NEFF dishwasher s9vtif bottom of the machine is full of water after finishing the wash
Hello. You might have several issues at work here. The drain hose might have a clog in it, the drain pump could be jammed or defective, or the main board could be bad. Use a wet-dry vac to pull water out of the unit through the drain hose(you'll have to disconnect it from under the sink) Be prepared, it might be really nasty inside with rancid water/food. Sometimes, you can get a clog to clear by doing this. Next, you'll have to have access to underneath the unit. Listen for the sounds of the drain pump working--it should be humming, trying to pump water out. If it's humming but not pumping out the water, chances are good that there is a clog or the motor is jammed by debris or food. There should be 120 volts at the motor when it's running. If you have the voltage but no humming, good possibility the motor has an open winding and needs to be replaced. If there is *no* voltage when the pump should be running, then the problem very well could be a defective main control board. I hope this helps you!
on Dec 19, 2015