The upper rack sprayer does not turn around when spraying. The top and bottom sprayers spins fine. I have cleaned all filters and there is plenty of water coming in (at least 1" or more on bottom). Water does come out of the sprayer but the flow is not as strong as I would expect. Top rack dishes are just not getting clean. All lines are clear of debris and clean. Does this sound like maybe just a weak pump?
Answer Mark, A "weak" pump would also reduce the pressure and flow to the upper spray arm. You'll need to check and make sure the dishwasher is level front to back and side to side and recheck the water level " The flood switch should open when the water level is approximately 1/4-3/8 in. above the base (bottom) of the float dome". If all's OK you'll need to check the spray arm WD35X10055 and hub assembly for excess wear, and the spray arm conduit WD12X10145 for cracks or holes and a proper seal to the manifold pipe.
My pump housing has 2 small hose ports. All new ones have only 1. What do I need to order? Thanks.
Answer John, the two port housing is only available as an assembly with the pump and motor part number WD26X10013. Thanks!
When I turn my dishwasher on it fills up with water in the bottom then nothing happens. After a few minutes goes buy the water drains and thats it. Should I replace the motor and pump?
You will want to check your pressure switch for proper operation. On the pressure switch pin 1 (black) to pin 3 (brown) is the normal position and Pin 1 to 2 opens water valve circuit and energizes drain pump. Since the unit fills and just a few minutes later it goes to draining then you want to make sure that the switch is not faulty. Also check to make sure that you are getting 120 vac to the pump motor and if the pump motor is not getting the 120 vac then you need to check wiring from the pump to control. If the pump is getting power but not operating the you will need new motor. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
My GE 2220Z02BB Dishwasher has leak at the bottom. I open the panel and found the leak at,near the solenoid every time the water is discharged. What is the problem and what part should be replaced? I am very much a handy man, should I replace it myself or I really need a professional?
Answer Bien, Based on your post desc4ription, you most likely will need the drain valve seal WD8X181 and possibly the nut WR2X7054, Once you remove the solenoid and arm assembly it's apretty simple repair, as long as you get the new seal installed and seated around the shaft and into the pump housing, You shouldn't really need a servicer to perform this repair, if your careful.