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GE Dishwasher not draining


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#1 dfosbenner

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Posted 26 May 2005 - 01:13 PM


Model: GSD5330D01WW

For the last 6-8 weeks, there's always been 1/2" or more of water in the bottom of my dishwasher.  I took out the screens and cleaned everything and made sure the drain isn't clogged.  It never made much difference, and it's gotten to the point now that it won't wash, because there's too much water in the bottom and it can't drain.

Searching online, there's a pump assembly ($127), and a drain boost pump ($25).  I really don't know if either of these is the part I need.  Can anyone shed some light on this, or provide some diagnosing tips?

Thanks!


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