Sump inlet had deterioriated and water would no longer drain from dishwasher
Ryan H. • East Dundee, IL • September 22, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Repair was very easy. Disconnected water, electric and drain line, removed dishwasher. Removed the sump inlet cover. Gained access to the bottom of the dishwasher. Removed two hose clamps from the sump. Removed the old sump. Cleaned the area. Inserted the new sump and set it in place. Reinstalled the hose clamps. Reinstalled the sump inlet cover. Reinstalled the dishwasher and tested for leaks.
Most Helpful Stories
People found this story helpful
Repair Time Estimate