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GE Triton dishwasher not draining


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#1 jrmechanic

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Posted 23 May 2005 - 08:13 AM

Oh Mighty and Powerful Appliance Guru,

My GE Triton, model # GSD5134D00WW, has resisted my attempts to repair.  It also refuses to drain completely.  I have checked hoses, made sure trap was clear, tried rinse-reset trick, and replaced drain solenoid.  Stubborn dishwasher still confounds me.

Is the piston assembly the next logical step?  Check valve?  What tips do you have for troubleshooting to locate the specific culprit short of replacing parts to see which one works? 

P.S.  Please speak slowly and use small words -- I'm a beginner and just learning my way around appliance maintenance. 


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Posted 23 May 2005 - 09:46 AM

check the part of your drain line that you have the drain hose connected to,undo the drain line and use a screwdriver or something similar to clear the connector-also try draining the machine while the hose is disconnected(into a bucket)  it may be just that easy.
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