I have a Maytag Jet-Clean dishwasher where the water in the drain hose
seeps back into the washer. I have to run an extra rinse cycle to flush
out the detergent.
Unfortunately it's not easy to remove the dishwasher. It's my personal
dishwasher installed in an apartment that has a second floorbaord
partially blocking the washer. Can somebody tell me what's faulty and
save me the headache of pulling the washer out for a close inspection?
MDC4100AWE which is a portable removed from the adaptor.
It has a translucent drain hose. It used to be that only an inch or so
would drain back. Now it all eventually drains back during the long
final rinse cycle.
Of course I put the high loop in there. The problem is made worse
because this dishwasher uses very little water. It doesn't take much
backflow to contaminate the next wash cycle.
The irony is that I installed my old portable dishwasher because the
apartment's dishwasher was so cheap ($150 Kitchenaid) that it needed two
Is the checkvalve something that I can pull off near the motor or should
I allocate a weekend for full removal?
Make sure the ball check valve is not clogged up ( #39 ).
Likely between the motor&pump assembly and the drain loop should do
Dishwasher drain check valve
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