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 Posted: Thu Nov 11th, 2010 10:51 pm
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I am getting the OE error and I found one post that was similar so wanted to put this out there.

The manual says to look for a clogged, kinked or frozen drain hose.  I know it is not frozen and there appears to be no kinks - but I realized that I started receiving this message after I had a repair man out to look at the dishwasher while it was under the one year warranty (no longer is) and he noticed the drain hose was a little long and draping down a little so he shoved it further into the wall. 

I believe that I successfully removed the excess hose from the wall, but the water still won't drain.  And needless to say, it is not an easy task to pull out the dishwasher to remove the drain hose from the dishwasher as you also have to remove the front water hose.  And it connects behind the wall to the disposal hose so no easy place to disconnect the hose and look for blockage.  Any other options?  Ideas? 

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One additional question ... if anyone has a link to the service manual I would really appreciate it (not having any luck when Googling it).  One of you gave me the service manual for my washing machine and that was very helpful when I had to disassemble it!

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Okay .... I feel soooo silly! I checked the drain hose but never checked the black hose going into the disposal and where it was attached under the sink there was a kink! So, I fixed that and all is well in my household! I would delete this thread if I could figure out why I feel so silly, but maybe someone else will learn from my error.

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Good on ya for at least havin' a look, it is often that we are dispatched to such scenario's - then you would feel $illy.
I must have missed a meeting as there seems to be a trend toward using Dishwashers in Laundry Rooms



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kdog wrote:

I must have missed a meeting as there seems to be a trend toward using Dishwashers in Laundry Rooms


Good catch, kdog. :) Topic moved.



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