Originally Posted by Ford truck guy
I tore into the DW today.. my vent is clear.. and now the drain is clear. When I took the drawers out, i disconnect the drain tube and blew air in reverse. At first there was no movement, then BAM, i got water on the microwave and stove ! ! What a burst..
All excited, i tried the DW , and still have standing water.. I believe that the pump motor that i got last year may be bad now from pushing water against nothing/?
Anyway, i ordered a motor online and will try it all again Monday.. There really is nothing else it could be except the board ??
Ditto on cleaning the filters and piping from the small plastic screen to the pump inlet. Mine was clogged with F-P debris. I took photos as I removed the screen, washer arm and other stuff all the way to the pump. Clearing the debris did the trick. An earlier "not draining" event, and serviced by F-P got the technician and factory support on the phone several hours. The pump, heater, all circuit boards and wiring harnesses were replaced to no avail. For giggles I measured the 120 VAC line frequency which was at 63 HZ and at the gen. The factory confirmed that the frequency must be 58-62 HZ. I adjusted the gen's output to 60 HZ and all worked. F-P left all the new parts in the washer (nice) and no cost to me. Their tech did not have a frequency meter.
Bob and Carol - Lees Summit, MO,
2016 Silverado 3500 HD, High Country DRW diesel, 3.73 gear ratio, long bed, 25K Reese Elite removable hitch with 2013 Redwood 36RL with 17.5" H-rated tires and MOR/ryde heavy duty shackle links and bushings; 6.5 KW gen