Question about Whirlpool Dishwashers
Make sure the garbage disposal is working, if it is not then it will not allow
the dishwasher to drain. Also make sure there is not blockage in the intake port on
the disposal where the hose connects itself. If you installed a new disposal, there
is a knockout that must be struck out inside the connection port.
If you have an "air gap" installed (next to the faucet which looks like
a small cup upside down, it may be gunked up, remove and clean, or replace it)
If the hose came inside the dishwasher did you install it on the proper port on the
dishwasher pump, many have two and one is blocked off. (it is unlikely but depending
on the amount of water and the type of subflooring under the machine, it could have
pumped out unnoticed and drained through a wiring hole).
Hope this is helpful
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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