To repair a leaking door on a GE dishwasher, owners must identify the source of the leak, eliminate possible causes of the leak, check if the door requires adjustment, and replace the door gasket, if necessary. If the le... More »

To repair a GE dishwasher, users should first determine the problem. The first step in determining the issue with the dishwasher it to ensure that it is plugged in and receiving power. More »

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The General Electric website offers dishwasher troubleshooting assistance, access to dishwasher manuals and access to frequently asked dishwasher service and repair questions. Informative and instructional dishwasher vid... More »

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GE dishwasher doors lock automatically when the wash cycle is started, preventing the doors from being accidentally opened. The water temperatures are too hot to be safe. When the cycle is complete and the digital timer ... More »

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Troubleshoot a GE dishwasher by checking for common problems such as clogged drain hoses, failed motors, door latch problems and washer leaks or overflows. Start by checking for obvious issues such as blockages in any ar... More »

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To repair a GE dishwasher, users should first determine the problem. The first step in determining the issue with the dishwasher it to ensure that it is plugged in and receiving power. More »

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Running a wash cycle while the bottom rack of the dishwasher is empty causes the water to spray directly towards the door, potentially causing a leak. The dishwasher should only be run when both racks are full. More »