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#1 johntech

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Posted 08 September 2013 - 01:26 PM

Pretty routine drains clear, pump running, no water coming out. I replaced the pump filled up the tub a couple times and pumped it out each time then left. I then got called back out with the same problem. This time there was a clog in the drain I removed the clog (I think. It could always be a circle spinning around inside the corrugated tubing). Then I filled the tub up and drained it a couple more times and left again. Then latter that evening I got another call back for the same problem. Has anybody experienced anything like this. I hoping its routine and I just got another clog but I've heard of other models not pumping out after completing a cycle I didn't stay for a whole cycle.

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Posted 08 September 2013 - 04:11 PM

Yup, had the same problem with  a Whirlpool built Kenmore dishwasher recently.  The problem is the customer's kids think the dishwasher will dispose of the large pieces of food.  The P-Trap in the sink drain is full of junk.  This dishwasher does not have the drain hose routed to the garbage disposer. I told the customer that I am not a plumber and due to the fact that her sink plumbing will fall apart if I touch it she needs to get a plumber to replace the sink drain pipes and have the plumber attach the dishwasher drain hose to the garbage disposer where it belongs.


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Posted 09 September 2013 - 06:36 PM

That is another issue when I first arrived I found the garbage disposer full of veggies. It's possible I interrupted her mid day veggie slice but any way on my second arrival she was running the garbage disposer. The drains hooked up right but I have ran into dish washer won't drain due to full garbage disposals in the past

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Posted 09 September 2013 - 07:43 PM

Customers seldom think about the correct way of using their appliances.  That's how we make our money.


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