GE potscrubber 900 dishwasher not draining. I’ve done this:
Removed screen and found melted plastic piece 4 inches long-removed. Pump run, no water discharged
Used baking powder and vinegar twice, pump runs no water discharged.
Removed drain hose from drain and ran drain cleaner wire as far as could go, back and forth, motor runs no water discharged.
Removed 2 screws holding kick plate in place unable to remove kick plate to access hoses beneath DW.
so the drainhose is clear
can i get a model number please
I did give it in my opening statement, 900
this is the pump
it has a drain solenoid apparently its faulty so no water is coming out
Will esequiel step back in?
So solenoid needs to be fixed.
its part of the motor drain pump but yes it can be replaced
How accessed, how removed, how much to replace, where to get if still available?
to fix this problem
pressing accept for my help pays me thanks
You haven’t helped me yet. If piece of plastic was found in trap how do we know it is a solenoid problem if we haven’t inspected lines beneath DW? If I say accept now, how can I be assured this work will continue? I am concerned that you asked me what the model was when it was in first line of my request. I’m not sure you have read my full explanation.
hi that is just a trap its designed for that also there is a plastic screen in the drain area that catches all the big stuff and a metal blade to chop up this you have no water draining
thats a solenoid not engaging and opening the chute
there is only one line and that is the drain. with all respect i know these machines
As you can see from my opening, I had removed screen and insert in drain channel. I also ended my opening by saying I had removed 2 screws from kick plate and was unable to remove same. I am willing to have you paid if you tell me how removed, how accessed, part available, approximate cost?
the solenoid is part of the pump and motor
to access it the machine will need to be pulled out completey
to get to it
Does that mean that the pump and motor must be replaced to fix? If so makes sense to buy new?
yes as they are both one part how old is the machine