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GE Nautilus Dishwasher Model-GSD2625F00BB


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#1 ExpressAppliance

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Posted 27 January 2010 - 03:36 PM

I own Express Appliance Service in New Jersey and I have a GE Dishwasher im having problems with. The unit will not drain and it wont fill although its already filled with water and all it wants to do is wash. I cant locate a schematic anywhere on the machine and im not sure what's causing this. I can tell you that no matter where the timer is I cant get 110 volts at the drain solenoid. I even moved the solenoid by hand and it wont drain. I feel there might be two problems. One that the solenoid wont activate and two that even when i move it by hand it still wont drain. I think i may be over thinking this job and would more than appreciate some help with this one. By the way my name is Rich.

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Posted 28 January 2010 - 01:04 PM

If you remove the drain hose from the sink and lay it down will it drain? Sounds like your control may be bad as well, I will do some checking and post back.
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Posted 28 January 2010 - 05:07 PM

I havent tried laying down the drain hose but it had drained just fine the first time I was at the home so i doubt it clogged up between now and then. I feel there has to be something wrong with the timer because not only will it not drain but it wont fill. I checked the float switch and there's no problem there as well as there is not enough water in the tub to trip the switch. I dont see any boards or sensors that could be a problem but like i said i have no schematic to go by. Thanks for any help you can offer.

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 03:04 AM

Are you getting voltage to the valve during fill? I would agree that it sounds like the timer.
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