Question about Dishwashers
Installed new pump. Runs continuously
SOURCE: dishwasher trips the house mains
It sounds to me like you have got water in the Main wash pump, you need to turn of at the mains and put a meter across one of the main tags on the pump and the the other on the pump body, if you get a reading on the meter theres your problem. The only othere thing would be the heater which you can test in the same way.
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
SOURCE: bosch dishwaser
There might be water in the bottom pan under the dish washer. first turn off the power, then take the kick plate off and you should be able to feel if there is water in there. If there is remove all of it. you can do this one of 2 ways useing paper towel or my pulling out the dishwasher and tipping it 45 degrees. i recomend trying papertowel first and that should get you going again. hope this helps
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
you would need to go into the fault codes and read them. the tech sheet should be under the lid or in the kick panel
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
If water gets onto the pan under the dishwasher, there is a styrofoam float that rises and hits a microswitch that causes the dishwasher to drain constantly so that you don't get a flood in your kitchen. Mine has done this when I splashed out water from a bowl that had overturned during the wash and was full of water and when I had some water deposits built up on the door seal that let water through. Sometimes the foat will hang up and I have to wiggle it around to get it to fall back down.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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