You mentioned disconnecting the drain--so far the only thing I've done is to siphon out the water from the last run.
I've thrown my breaker which operates the disposal as well.
Do you think the washer drain and the disposal may be connected?
Is that a common practice?
To summarize what you wrote in a general sense, I'm to understand the pump/motor is under the d/w and the reason for bringing it forward and placing on it's back is to have access to them. Am I correct in that.
Next!! Where am I most likely to find the repacement?
Do I go to Home Depot, or Lowes, or to a GE Appliance place? Not sure if there is one
around, but could well be.
Your thoughts on that?
Brian, I'm confused in the payment matter.
Of course I want to pay the $15, and as far as I know that has been done.
Yet I see a request for a deposit. IS that something more?
I must leave for am appointment at 12:15 so will address this matter when I return.
That will be rather late this evening.
Will complete this Monday if something is left outstanding.
My intent is to pay the $15 for the information received including an answer to where I might find the parts.
It's evening and I'm back--
You asked the question why I thouhgt I needed to replace the motor/pump?
The last time my wife used the D/W, the water was still in the bottom of the unit after the final rinse.
Wouldn't that be a pump/motor failure?
Your thoughts on that please.
I understand now the deposit/payment procedure.
I will complete the payment after I receive the response to the above, ie why I think it is a motor/pump matter.
Good morning, Brian,
I believe that you have done your best in answering my questions, but, I have to say that the "Just Answer" protocol stinks!!
I don't mind paying the $15, but I don't like the idea of having to dump more $ into the kitty every time I want to exchange memos.
It is a stupid set-up!
I repeat, your efforts were fine. I'll try to figure the rest out from here by myself as their protocol prevents an easy commmunications exchange.