Your reliable Electrolux dishwasher is always there to help you keep your kitchen clean and well-maintained. Sometimes, however, you may find that your dishwasher needs some repair. Here are some troubleshooting tips to follow on those rare occasions when the dishwasher doesn't drain as it should.
If the dishwasher's drain line is clogged, water can't drain out of it. Clogs may also show up in your main kitchen sink. Clear the clogs to drain the water. Another easy tip is to push your dishwasher's Cancel button. On most dishwashers, pushing this button sends the drain pump into action and drains any standing water.
One key sign to pay attention to is leakage of the drain line as this component is one of the key dishwasher parts involved in clearing water out of the appliance. When the drain line develops a tear or a hole, you're likely to see some leaking during the drain cycle. If this occurs, replace the drain line.
If you've already checked the dishwasher's drain line for clogs as part of your dishwasher repair troubleshooting and it's completely clear, but the standing water still isn't draining out of the appliance, there's a good chance your drain pump is at fault. Make sure the drain pump is getting electricity. If it's getting power but still not working, replace it.
Sears PartsDirect has all the parts you need to keep your Electrolux dishwasher draining properly and repair any other problems that arise. Once you've determined the source of your problem, seek out further advice and choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.