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GE dishwasher GSD5310D01AA drains fully when cancled but only partually during cycles


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#1 damit1

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Posted Yesterday, 07:33 PM

The GE dishwasher will drain fully when canceled but sometimes will only partially drain during cycles.. New piston/nut assy is in and unit fully cleaned out including all drain line.. The Motor/Pump was new a year ago and is strong. I'm trying to decide weather to replace the main board or the Switching unit.. Any ideas??

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Posted Yesterday, 09:48 PM

I'd check if there's something keeping one of the flaps on the drain pump open. I just pulled a cherry pit from the input flapper on mine that had similar symptoms.



#3 damit1

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Posted Yesterday, 11:04 PM

Thanks olyteddy,






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