January 8th, 2012, 09:20 PM
Dishwasher wont stop running
More than 10 years
Just replaced the water Inlet valve a couple days ago. Everything appeared fine. Now I am experiencing continuous running of the dishwasher. When it gets to the end the display says CL but it is still running. Now when i restart it the display shows 2H. I did test using Scrub and Economy button. It showed 21 the first time. Both light started blinking. The . second time I ran the test it showed O. When this originally was noticed and when the dishwasjer was started it showed 36 and counted down to 1. When I opened it and restarted it it went back to 13 and conted down to 1 except this time it went to CL but would not stop. This is where I am at now. Any suggestions??
January 9th, 2012, 03:31 PM
You are missing a couple of digits.
This only started after your repair? If yes, check the float behind the fill valve....if there is water in the base or if the float got knocked it may think the d/w is in a flood mode and will power on th drain pump all of the time as soon as you turn the d/w on.
Just replaced the water Inlet valve a couple days ago. Everything appeared fine. Now I am experiencing continuous running of the dishwasher.
CL is suppose to be clean, that should be normal.
When it gets to the end the display says CL but it is still running
Check your repair/fill valve/fittings/float first.
January 9th, 2012, 05:15 PM
Dishwasher won't stop running.
January 9th, 2012, 05:34 PM
How do I access the valve and valve switch?
January 9th, 2012, 07:56 PM
Originally Posted by lakesidepi
Pull d/w out, remove left side panal.
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