Lately my dishwasher has not been draining and throwing an 'OE' error. I went through the manual and googled the error and it recommended to clear the outflow line. I did this and it worked for one more load. My next step was to open up the sump pump assembly to see if debris had blocked the drainage mechanisms. It was really gross in there and after wiping things clean, and washing all the parts. When I reassembled everything, it did drain... Unfortunately all over the floor and down through to my neighbors below. I have disassembled and reassembled a few times to see i I did something wrong. And the same thing happens with about three minutes of the cycle starting. Will a replacement of the whole assembly and gasket fix this? Should I just but a new unit? If I don't DIY it might cost the same with parts, markup and labor.
ANSWER Hello Barb. It does sound like you will need to replace the motor and pump assembly AJH31248604 on the unit.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, September 30, 2013