Question about Maytag 24 in. MDB9750AW Dishwasher
It may sound loud and like something is terrably wrong - but when we researched and took the pieces of the sprayer arm out all the way down to the drain - we found 2 small pieces of nut shells - that's it ! They were making the dishwasher sound as if it had something really wrong with it. We removed the nut shells - put all the parts back together - it runs perfect!! Just remember to place the parts and screws in the order they came out - so you put it back together correctly
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
I have a Maytag Quiet Series 100 and a month ago posted an fix related to noise produced by this model - my fix was to tweak the food grinder blade by bending it so as to force more water up toward the impellar pump. Well, while that helped at the time, I found the the underlying problem was more related to the water fill level. This model has a safety mechanism that forces the unit to time out and stop filling even if with the float switch is "not floating" after a certain period of time. If the water pressure to the unit is low for whatever reason, you don't get a full tub of water. (That way, if the float level switch breaks, the unit won't flood your place.) Well, if it doesn't fill fully, the supply of water to the impellar is insufficient and you end up with caviation which makes a ton of noise. I tracked the plumping back from the unit to a crappy valve that was restricting the full flow to the unit - once fixed, the QS100 filled on time and didn't make the vibration noise any longer.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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