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 Posted: Fri Feb 8th, 2008 09:08 pm
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mnementh



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Large food residue remaining is usually a result of food not being ground up properly by the macerator in the center of the pump; small food particles are usually either a result of the sump not being drained completely, or the filter assembly not self-cleaning properly. This can be caused by those check balls being in the wrong place, an over-clogged filter assembly, or a split filter assembly like the one I had. Make sure it's clean (You should be able to see clearly through all of the filter area on the assembly) & carefully inspect the seam around the circumference of the filter assembly; it can have a hairline crack which only opens up under pressure & heat.

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