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Tone Blair

KILLER KITCHENAID DUAL DISHWASHER

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IM GOING TO WORK ON THIS DISHWASHER TOMORROW, SUPPOSEDLY THE TOP DRAWER WAS NOT FINISHING THE CYCLE AND IS GETTING HOT??

ANY IDEAS??

SERVICE MANUAL??

I GUESS THERE ARE 2 DIFFERENT TYPES OF THIS DISHWASHER.

I NEVER WORKED ON THIS TYPE OF DISHWASHER BEFORE, SO HELP!!

 

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Oh sorry model 

 

KUDD03DTSS0

im scared!!



Oh and the stupid scribed is down for maintenance, hopefully itll be back up soon!!

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Nice!! So, the model i am working on is actually a Fulgor model??

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seems to be

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right on! thanks for taking the time and helping this dummy out!!

let ya know how it goes.

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Take along some plastic water line, like an icemaker kit. Use the plastic line to snake out the drain hoses. The top one is likely restricted.

 

How is that an improvement over the FP? The FP is so simple it's like a toy.

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These Fulgors are nice, we have one.  Had a no-drain problem in the bottom drawer and we cleared out a broken vent tab from the drain pump.  Also, separate repair, had to replace the blower assembly.  Easy to work on.  I had my teenage boys do the repair while I watched and drank beer.   :pint1:

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Alright, feeling a little better about this! Thanks for the input everyone!

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BAD DRAIN MOTOR! WHEW!

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