Model #GSD2635F00WW GE Dishwasher

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Trouble with my GE dishwasher

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The model no. is GSD2635F00WW

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CowboyBob56 -
November 04, 2010
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Dishwashers deal with alot of residue from the dishes. This may be the simple solution, to just clean out any buildup. If not, I found a similar question from a previous expert post that may help. I also attached some troubleshooting guides from an appliance web site that may be helpful while you wait for the expert answer. Hope this helps! http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/questions/203100-what-would-cause-my-ge-triton-profile-dishwasher-to-not-drain-all-the-water-out http://www.applianceaid.com/gedishdrain.html

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Barbara H. -
November 04, 2010
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I understand the frustration with your dishwasher not draining water. Your GE dishwasher is a very basic dishwasher. Your dishwasher has one pump and motor assembly and when it's time to drain water the timer provides voltage to the drain solenoid (key#493) which acts like a magnet when voltage is applied which causes a metal plunger to be pulled down. The metal plunger is attached to a small metal arm which is connected to a flapper. When the metal plunger is pulled down, it causes a flapper to open the drain port at which time the pump pushes the water out through the drain hose and into your house plumbing or disposal.

You can access the drain solenoid by removing the toe panel below the door. Remove all 4 screws and remove the toe panel and look under the front of the dishwasher for a small round black cylinder. You should be able to push the metal plunger down and hold it down and the dishwasher should drain. Or, watch the metal plunger while the dishwasher is running and then manually turn the timer knob slowly clockwise and you should see and hear the solenoid energize. If it does not energize then the solenoid circuit/wiring should be check for voltage. NOTE: I do not recommend checking voltage unless you have experience and feel safe and confident in doing so, otherwise I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your dishwasher.

Note: If you just installed a new disposal and the dishwasher drain hose is attached to the disposal, be sure to knock out the plug inside the drain hose fitting or the dishwasher will not drain.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2010
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