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Dishwasher Continues to Run After Cycle is Complete

I just bought a dishwasher and when it is done washing, it still runs. What can I do?

By deborah from Beaver Falls, PA

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March 15, 20110 found this helpful

Not sure what you mean by it still running, is it rinsing? Doing a sani-rinse cycle? If you are sure your cycles are done, and it is still running, I would call the brand's helpline to see if there is a problem. Then a repairman might be needed, hopefully, it is still under warranty.

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March 15, 20110 found this helpful

Was the dishwasher bought used? If it is new, it's under warranty so just call the store where you bought it.

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March 15, 20110 found this helpful

It depends on what you mean by running... It may be going through the drying/heat cycle after it finishes washing.

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March 15, 20110 found this helpful

Turn off the automatic drying and after the next load, and the dish washer has really stopped, open the door ajar. That will add a wee bit of humidity to your kitchen, but I live in a hot desert, so that is a plus.

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March 21, 20110 found this helpful

Unplug it.

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