Model #6651661590 KENMORE Dishwasher

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Q:

Why is my Kenmore dishwasher not filling with water?

A:

The water valve operates on 120volts AC. Something like this is usually caused by the float being stuck up. If the float is not pushing down on the float switch the control will think the unit is already full of water. Make sure the float moves up & down freely. You will be able to see if the float is pushing in on the float switch.

Please see the images provided that shows how the float & float switch (overfill switch) operate.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
September 23, 2009
Q:

How do I install part 3369903 that was substituted for part 3370547 on my Kenmore dishwasher?

A:

The instructions for this part are provided in the image below. These instructions are normally provided with the part. I apologize for the mix-up since it is apparent that you did not receive them with the part.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 21, 2009
Q:

Why does my dishwasher not draw enough water?

A:

Many dishwashers have a float switch in the bottom of the tub. It looks like a mushroom. If this float switch is jammed in the up position, the dishwasher control will think that the tub is already full of water. If your dishwasher has this type of float switch in the bottom of the tub, make sure that it is not stuck. The float is located in the right front corner of your dishwasher. Lift it and let it drop, it should go all the way down and almost rest on the bottom of the tub. It must go up and down easily and you should hear a switch clicking as you move the float up an down. It might have soap scum built up underneath it and need cleaning.

If you hear the buzz of the solenoid water fill valve prior to the pump starting, you could have a clogged valve or line. You could also have a water supply cutoff valve that is shut. Make sure that the water supply cutoff valve is open. If the water supply valve is open, check the water line and inlet water screen on the inlet valve for clogs or debris.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 12, 2008

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