Dishwasher ran over. Is it the float or is it the water level switch?
Answer Hello Joe. If you can stop the water from entering the machine by turning off the power, you will need to look for a bad float switch. If the only way to shut off the water is at the shut off, you will need to replace the water valve in the unit.
Answer Hello Mino. You need to remove the drain hose from the unit and check and see if it is clogged. If not, and the unit does not drain, you may need to replace the pump and motor assembly in the unit.
we have leaks around the bottom of the door. I have noticed that water gets deep inside and the leaks start. I watch the water level switch and the float doesn't seem to rise much and the switch is seldom activated. Does is sound like the float isn't working and if so how do I replace?
Answer John, The proper water level in the bottom of the tub should be determined by starting the dishwasher, allowing it to run three to five minutes, then unlatch the door, and remove the lower rack. If the water level is correct, the heater element should be partially, to fully submerged. If the water level is proper, you'll need to check the lower spray arm 6-903473, and the support seal rings 912313 for leaks and water mis direction along the bottom of the door.