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Disconnect the power, and locate and clean the float in the bottom of the dishwasher to make sure it is operating correctly. If the float is operating correctly, test the electronic switch, and replace it if necessary. C...

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A clogged drain is the most common cause of standing water in a dishwasher. Users should ensure the drain is free of food and other debris.

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When water remains standing in the bottom of the dishwasher, KitchenAid recommends troubleshooting by checking to see if the door is unlatched or open. If it accidentally opens or didn't completely close, the interruptio...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

The float switch is typically located below the float assembly at the bottom of a dishwasher's tub and is connected to the dishwasher's float. The mechanism of the float assembly is dependent on the level of the water in...

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To remove a dishwasher, clean under the sink, shut off the power and water, expose and test the wiring, disconnect the drain line and pull the dishwasher out. Keep towels on hand as some water may be left in the drain pi...

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A dishwasher drain hose connects to the water pump on the bottom of the appliance and to the sink drain at the garbage disposal, sink drain pipe or air gap. First-time installation of a dishwasher requires the replacemen...

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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.

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