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 Posted: Mon Oct 25th, 2010 02:13 am
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Another tech had replaced the motor/pump because of excessive noise. Now, it won't drain. He had forgotten to put the filter ball back in so I did that and still no drain. I checked the filter,the drain solenoid,I checked the drain hose and the garbage disposal, still no drain. There is no air gap installed on the washer. Could anyone give me an idea of what else to check?

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How did you check the drain hose? Did you pull the drain hose off at the pump and blow through it?



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I presume this does not have one of those plunger/nut thingies ?   Out of the cupboard comes the d/w , and every hose taken off and inspected , and all connecting parts.  These "no drains" are a time consuming thing for sure.

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Got a page on GE dishwasher drainology right here==> http://fixitnow.com/wp/2006/07/04/ge-dishwasher-drainology/



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Thanks for replying. Yes,I took the drain hose off at both ends and blew through it easily. I  took every hose off and blew through them.I took the motor/pump off and checked  them for blockage .

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Is the drain solenoid energizing and opening (items 493 and 426)?



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Yes it is energized and opening

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