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What is the GE Profile dishwasher?

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The GE Profile dishwasher is a stainless steel dishwasher with hidden controls sold by General Electric. The appliance has a reversing quad blade wash arm and bottle wash jets.

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The dishwasher also includes an LCD control display and a status bar on the door that displays washing cycle progress. In addition to the bottle wash jets, the appliance features side jets. There is a hidden heater in the dishwasher and a sensor that notifies the user when the dishes are clean. The GE Profile dishwasher can be set to heavy, normal or light wash settings and features rinse and express cycles as well. The dishwasher comes with a child lock.

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    How to repair a GE dishwasher?

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    To repair a GE dishwasher, users should first determine the problem. The first step in determining the issue with the dishwasher it to ensure that it is plugged in and receiving power.

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    Why won't the GE Nautilus dishwasher drain?

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    A GE Nautilus dishwasher may not drain if too much detergent is used, a kink is present in the drain hose or an object blocks the sump area in the rear of the dishwasher. It's normal for about 2 cups of water to remain at the bottom of the dishwasher.

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    How old is my dishwasher?

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    The age of a dishwasher is dependent on the date of manufacture. A homeowner can find out the age of a dishwasher by looking at the manufacturer sticker printed on the appliance. Subtract the year of manufacture from the current year to learn how old the appliance is.

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    Why does my dishwasher leak?

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    Dishwasher leaks can be caused by detergent producing excessive quantities of suds, problems with the door seals, or the water inlet solenoid valve rotting. Problems with pump seals, blowers and other parts of the dishwasher can also cause leaks.

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