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Offline prime311

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Re: Dishwasher slow leak
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2010, 03:47:44 PM »
I got the check valve back in and held together with krazy glue until a new check valve arrives.  I mustve messed something up though either a piece in wrong or screwed the impeller on too tight(is that possible?) because the motor turns on and sounds like its trying to spin for a second or 2, then clicks off(guessing an auto shutoff). 

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Re: Dishwasher slow leak
« Reply #16 on: October 19, 2010, 10:31:27 AM »
Just thought I'd update here in case anyone was curious.  I replaced the check valve now and everything is working normally.  However it is still leaking so I am back to square one.  The only option at this point that I see remaining is the impeller kit or replacing the entire pump/motor as previously suggested and at this point its probably more costly then its worth.  So I spent a few bucks but the learning experience at least was definitely worth it.

 

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