The dishwasher starts a cycle by pumping out water then filling. After it fills with water we get an error message "LE". After reviewing different web sites it states loose wire or bad motor...
Answer Hello Keith. The Motor is working
abnormally. Wiring connection is OK?
The Impeller of Washing Pump is
The rotor of Washing Motor is
The Blade is locked. If so, Replace the cause of restriction. If all is free, replace the motor. If issue still there, replace PCB.
My diswasher is stopped cleaning dishes. I think the problem is the water pump as I don't see the arms spinning when I open the door in the middle of the cycle (I think I should be able to see this?). It's my understanding the waterpump creates the pressure to make the arms spin. I have checked for debris clogging and there was none. Does my issue sound like a faulty water pump?
Answer Hi Bruce. Before you buy the motor/sump assy., first try to do a thorough cleaning of the unit. Remove the racks and the wash arms. Use a pick tool to assist. and invert the wash arms and rinse out or dislodge debris from the jet holes. Get a shop vac and a torx type screwdriver tips (T-20) to start at the top and remove the top filter flow plate with the fine mesh screen. Clean all parts as you go. The wet vac will help greatly. There is a impeller that is black and approx. 2-1/2 " diameter that if it is clogged or broken it will not create the pressure needed to allow the upper wash arms to turn. It is part# 5911ED3003A. Lay all parts aside carefully so you can reassemble them. There is a chopper blade at the bottom ,part # 5832DD4001A. If this is damaged replace it also as it slices the food particles for the drain. The motor pump assy. is part # AJH31248604. Thank You.
Is there a video for installing the sump pump?
Answer Hello Paul. No, there is no videos at this time for installing the pump and motor assembly AJH31248604. Sorry.