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Basic Repair Manual Series
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This 110 page training/service manual on the ZBD9900RII GE Monogram Dishwasher includes information on the following topics.
New Features of the Monogram Dishwasher
High and Low position of upper basket
Upper Rack – Removal
Upper Shower Arm – Removal
Upper Basket and Shower Overview
New Component Removal Tool
Inside Tub Components – Overview
Inside Tub Components – Lower Shower Arm
Inside Tub Components – Filters
Inside Tub Components – Sump
Inside Tub Components – Sump Well
Inside Tub Components – Air Gap lockring
Inside Tub Components – Light
Inside Tub Components – Upper spray arm guide
Inside Tub Components – Overflow Cap
Water Level – How Does it Work?
Water Level – What if ?
Water Level – Pressure Sensor
Pressure Sensor – Removal
Water Valve – Removal
Water Valve – Removal from Upright position
Water Valve – Removal from Laying down position
Air Gap – Flow meter
Water Circulation – Overview
Component View – Underneath (Front View)
Turbidity Sensor – Removal
Thermistor – Removal
Heater – Removal
Circulation Pump – Removal
Drain Pump – Check Valve
Drain Pump – Removal
Overflow cut-out – Removal
Light Switch- Removal
Outer Door Panel – Removal
Mini Manual Location
Front Door Panel Removed
Main Control – Testing
Escutcheon – Removal
Main Control – Removal
Escutcheon Top Trim- Removal
Main On/Off Switch
Door Interlock Switch – Testing
Latch Assembly – Removal
Latch Assembly – Catch
Door Vent Fan – Removal
Door Vent Fan – Removal
Detergent / Rinse Aid – Removal
Inner Door – Wire Harness Support
Gaskets – Door – Tub
Back Cover – Removal
Lower Frame – Complete Removal
Main Control – Programs
Main Control – Programs Cycle Chart
Main Control – Programs – Cam Chart
Main Control – “Speed Wash” cycle
Main Control – Options
Main Control – Model Select Setting
Main Control – Service Mode – Entering
Main Control – Service Mode – Faults
Main Control – Service Mode – Component Testing
Main Control – Service Mode – Adjust Water Intake
P = Profile
E = General Electric – NATM G = General Electric
A = Americana
CD = Counter
Top SD = Standard
SM = Spacemaker
RF = Retrofit
DW = Dishwasher
SC = Convertible
SS = Compact (18 in.)
HD = Home Depot Derivative
Designates features – the higher the number, the more features.
Model Year Designator
Engineering Model Suffix
BB = Black
II = Requires Custom Panel
and Handle SS = Stainless Steel WW = White
The first two characters of the serial number identify the month and year of manufacture.
The serial plate of your dishwasher is located on the tub wall just inside the door jam.
The mini manual is located behind the toe plate.
If the top rack of your Whirlpool dishwasher is not getting the dishes very clean chances are the water flow to the top rack is being restricted.
If the food chopper, part # 8268383 can no longer keep the food chopped up then the metal screen will plug up with food and restrict the flow of water to the upper spray arm.
If you disassemble the dishwasher and find the chopper screen plugged you may think that it can simply be cleaned and reassembled.
If you do try cleaning the chopper screen the dishwasher may work ok for awhile, but without a new sharp chopper blade it’s just a matter of time before the screen will plug up again.
Read more in our appliance repair forum about the Whirlpool Dishwasher Chopper, part # 8268383
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Your dishwasher fills with water on a timed cycle. What does this mean? The timer or electronic control board in your dishwasher controls the amount of water your dishwasher fills with by turning power on and off to the water inlet valve. The water pressure entering the dishwasher will determine the amount of water allowed into the dishwasher so if you have low water pressure in your home your dishwasher may not be able to fill with enough water in the allowed amount of time dictated by the timer or control board. Your dishwasher has a float that keeps the dishwasher from over filling incase you have very high water pressure or in the event that the timer would fail to turn power off to the water inlet valve.
Shown in the image is a spoon I found under the float. In this case the spoon held the float up high enough to keep the dishwasher from filling with water so it was unable to start a new cycle. If your dishwasher does not seem to start a new cycle because it won’t fill with water open the door and take a look at the float. Even if you don’t see anything stuck under the float be sure to try and lift it up and down with your hand to make sure it can move freely.