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Ps2355742 leaking at the heating elements


... Frigidaire Dishwashers

I have a six year old dishwasher that started leaking water out of where the heating element is attached on the lower part of the unit. It appears as though the heating element has melted through the plastic. Is this a flaw in the design and is there a recall on this?


Dont use it!!!!!!!! ring the manufacturer with the serial number ect phone number should be on appliance booklet or get it from a dealer ... Dishwashers

Small Burn spots on interior tub below heating element. These spots have small cracks in center of them, and leak right through the bottom of the tub, dripping water all over under the dishwasher. Nothing has falling into the bottom of the tub, and nothing has touched the heating element. What in the world could be causing this to happen? Kenmore Ultra Wash Quiet Guard 4 Mod.# 665.1603* Purchased new from Sears 2006


Hi,\015\012\015\012The heat from the element when the dishwasher is in the "drying" mode has caused the bottom to stress crack and become open so it leaks...\015\012Ultimately this will cause you to have to replace the dishwasher... ... Kenmore Dishwashers

Heating element broken, water leaking


You have to pull out dishwasher to replace the element.The element is easy to replace once you have pulled dishwasher out.This enables you to reach the area that you need to reach.It is common for a element to brake.On a newer dishwasher ,I would say ... Kenmore 24 in. 15953 Built-in Dishwasher

Water leak THE WATER LEAKS WHERE THE HEATING ELEMENT GOES THROUGH THE BOTTOM OF THE DISHWASHER


TIGHTENED NUT ON UNDERSIDE OF DISHWASHER WHERE THE HEATING ELEMENT GOES THROUGH. ... Frigidaire 24 in. FDB510LC Free-standing Dishwasher

The brass nut on the bottom of the heating element has a split in it and will not tighten up. One on the common wire is leaking and i can not get this nut tight enough to stop the leaking. Any suggestions?


The only thing to do is replace the nut the part number for the heater nut is 154106202. they run about 3.50 dollars from a local parts supplier ... Frigidaire Professional Series 24 in. Built-In Dishwasher Dishwasher

I have a AEG favorit 44070 vi i ahd a problem with it not heating up and i replaced the heating element and it was filling up ok, then i had a small leak. It operated the anti flood switch, i have tilted the machine and drained all the water out. When i switch the maching on it will not fill up and the drain valve is operating Any tips


... AEG 23 in. Favorit 44070Vi Built-in Dishwasher

Whirlpool model GU2400XTPQ7 (Canada) plastic tub has discoloration from heat element......plastic directly under the element has dried out and cracked....it almost looks like it has been eaten away......now I have a leak! Virtually impossible to fix without replacing the entire plastic tub. Of course because the machine is four years old, the warranty has expired. Is this a common problem? Heard of this before?What now???


... Whirlpool GU2400XTP Built-in Dishwasher

My frididaire dishwasher is leaking at the heating element/burner (red wire). I have tried to tighten the connection from under the dishwasher but it continues to leak (very slowly). The clasp used to tighten the element does not hold it's tightness and will become too loose if tightened all the way. What do I do?


Replace the heater element. ... Dishwashers

The dishwasher is leaking water from were the heating element goes through the bottom of the dishwasher


The heater element got 2 screw legs that if it is a metal lock then they get rusty you need to replace the lockers for the heater legs and its not coast much what is your model # ? I get you the parts number so you can order them and do it yourself.. ... Whirlpool Dishwashers

HEAT ELEMENT CAME IN CONTACT WITH TUB AND BURNED A HOLE THROUGH IT,WHICH CAUSE A SERIOUS LEAK ALL OVER THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS


I doubt this is worth repairing. Even if you could patch the plastic tub, it is unlikely you could make the patch smooth enough to be sanitary, and the chemicals you would use are probably not safe for food contact. I could be wrong - maybe you are o ... Maytag Dishwashers

Leaking from the heating element connectors under the diswasher


You need to probably replace the nut and seal/washer assembly that holds in the heating element. While there, check to determine if there is a hole in the tub. There was a fix for some Kenmores that had this problem. Check to see if your's was cov ... Kenmore Dishwashers

Water is leaking from the door (bottom) and some got through the air vent at upper left corner!? I just repalced the heating element gaskets, so they are not to blame this time. door gasket?


... Frigidaire 24 in. PLD3460 Built-in Dishwasher

LEAKING FROM HEATING ELEMENT - Dishwashers


Try to screw the nut, check the gasket(seal) or replace the heatimg element whit similar new one (if it is possible whit an original- that wil resist much longher) when you posting a help request please post more detail for an exacly recomandation! ... Dishwashers

Maytag MDB6100AWB is leaking around the heating element


There is a gasket on the heating element. You could turn off the power and tighten the heating element or replace the gasket. good luck cathy. ... Maytag 24 in. MDB8600AW Jetclean II Built-in Dishwasher

I have a leak coming from my dishwasher from what what I think is the plastic melting from the heating element. The plastic is weakened and a very small hairline crack has formed. Any suggestions on how to resolve. The dishwasher is just over 5 years old.


... Kenmore 24 in. 17362 / 17364 / 17369 Built-in Dishwasher

The nut that attaches to the heating element keeps cracking in half allowing water to leak on the floor. Does anyone know what might cause this problem. Thank you in Advance for your Help.


That usually happens when the material the "Nut" is made from is iron, steel, usually it should be brass or some other non ferrous metal, the constant heat/cool cycle fractures a ferrous one, try to get a brass or even maybe a copper "Nut". ... Frigidaire 24 in. FDB1050RE Built-in Dishwasher

Water leak at heater element connection seal, rusted connection


... Whirlpool DU1055XTSQ Built-in Dishwasher

Dishwasher zdt 6053 Heating element not working......sometimes!!!! tried all three cicles nothing, heating element not working then its fine again for a couple of washes ????? anyone ever come across this problem, faulty thermostat ,faulty heating element,gremlin in the circuit board?????


... Zanussi 23 in. ZDT6252 Built-in Dishwasher

Maytag MDBH970AWS Heating element won't turn off. Dishwasher heating element won't turn off. Have to shut off the breaker to make it cool down. Heating element gets hot as soon as you flip the breaker back on


The heater relay is located on the control board, a faulty relay or a faulty control board would cause the problem you have described. The fix is to replace the control board. Parts for your unit should be available from most appliance parts retail ... Maytag 24 in. MDBH970AWS Built-in Dishwasher

I have an Indesit IDL500 dishwasher. It had stopped heating the water up, it looked as if it had short circuited and so i replaced it, i have power going to the element. A couple of forums state that it may be the pcb behind the timer/selector switch. Does this pcb control the program selection and heating of the element? or is there a thermostat that controls the stop and start of the heating element? Any help would be greatly appreciated


Hi\015\012\015\012The unit\015\012has two thermostats and you can test both of them for continuity before\015\012replacing, no continuity replace the thermostat. Hope\015\012this helps...please post back fo ... Indesit 24 in. IDL500 Built-In Dishwasher

My Frigidaire model FDB1050 will not heat the water. The heating element checked out at bout 14 ohms but the approximately 8" wire from the heating element to what I think is a thermostat is slightl


Hello preslncon - The black button that you are referring to is more than likely the Hi-Limit Thermostat. The Hi-Limit Thermostat will open and stop power from reaching the heating element. The Hi-Limit is not resettable, and if it is open, it wou ... Frigidaire 24 in. FDB1050REC Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher

Water level below heating element and element does not appear to heat


Make sure the drain hose high loop is installed properly, normally you\015\012have this in the sink cabinet high up. Otherwise the water inside the\015\012machine may drain "by itself", leaking through the inactive drain pump during the wash cycle an ... Kenmore Dishwashers

My plastic tub on my Whirlpool GU2500XTPSO dishwasher seems to have a small dimple in the plastic below the heating element. It looks like a metal utensil or something may have fallen and was leaning


... Whirlpool Dishwashers

Fills with water, sounds like it starts to pump water then stops, then start again. It attempts to start pumping water 3 or 4 times them turns off leaving the water in the tub. I have read about the water needing to heat up for the cycle to advance. When I check the water that is left in the tub it is warm but not hot. The heating element is not hot either. I did a continuity test on the heating element and it seems to check out ok. I also did a continuity test on the red wire from the heating e


You have a wash pump problem. can be 1 of 3 things. most likely something is caught in the pump impelor if not the wash pump motor may be faulty or ceized or it could be the capacitor for the wash pump motor is faulty. you can try removing the wash p ... Maytag MDB7100AWB Dishwasher
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