Water stays in the bottom of the dishwasher. It never pumps out completely.
Answer Hello Darrell,
This sounds like you either have a screen down in the pump assembly stopped up, or the pump impeller has broken or separated from the motor shaft. The best fix for the latter is replacement of the pump and motor assembly WD26X10013 since most cause leaks when an attempt is made to rebuild the assembly.
I replaced R/H baffale and L/H baffle. I still have a leak with rinse cycle on left side of washer. I was told to replace the Float Switch, which I will do but need some sort of video to show how to replace to be sure my son-in-law will be able to do this. (GE Parts said I may get a full refund if part does not work - I have 30 days. Please answer ASAP.
Answer Hello Rae,
Two things you need to do. First, inspect the spray arms for any separations along the sides. A split spray arm will throw a "wave" in the water which will cause the water to "slosh" over the front of the tub. The second thing you should do is run a sanitation cycle with no dishes, no detergent, and a cleaner such as dishwasher magic TJ104 to clear out any over soaping that could have occurred over time. I don't think the float switch will help.
Hello. I have a frigidaire washer. It shakes real bad from side to side. Thanks with any help.
Answer Hello June. You will need to check and see if the snubber 5308002385 is bad on the unit. If so, it will cause the unit to be out of balance. If it is good, check and see if the legs 131373610 are cracked or the base 134773500 of the machine. This can cause the problem as well. Hope this helps.