Dishwasher runs without stopping and leaks


Dishwasher runs without stopping and leaks

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I have Kenmore Ultra Wash 110753610 portable dishwasher

I have had this machine for many years. over the years, it would sometimes start washing before it was finished filling up, and would be running with low or no water. Sometimes I had to restart it again from the beginning to get it to fill, and it would then complete fine.
 Usually it worked normally.

Recently it started leaking , occasionally. For example
it would leak two times in a row, I would find water under it, after it had finished the whole cycle,
twice in one week , and then stop leaking the third time that week , appearing normal once, and then a week later would be leaking again
I suspect that the machine sometimes  keeps filling while it is running, for awhile, and begins to overflow.

The latest issue is that the wash cycle will not stop. Ran the machine from start one night, went to bed,
woke up four hours later, with the machine still going , stuck in the wash cycle with the  'water heating' light on, and almost all of the water steamed out of it. I had to manually
turn the dial clockwise until it would drain. Now turning the dial to the next cycle while it is running rarely works, there is a click as it reaches the next cycle and nothing happens on the first try.

I have to open the door, circle all the way clockwise to near the end, latch it again, and keep trying until I get it right, and it finally drains.
During this process often seems to confuse the machine and makes it begin refilling as it is washing etc. and the leaking starts again , often heavily leaking or heavier than usual.

I suspect it is the control panel circuitry , everything else seems to work
normally at times, it drains, fills , and the timer is not physically broken either.
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Hello,
I would like to assist you but the model# you provided is not pulling up anything.. maybe its incomplete? if you can double check the model # which is located on the dishwashers model data tag I can assist you further.





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Hello,
I would like to assist you but the model# you provided is not pulling up anything.. maybe its incomplete? if you can double check the model # which is located on the dishwashers model data tag I can assist you further.


it is a Canadian model , the model on the chassis is listed 110764510, but is equally hard to find because it 
is Canadian, I found out online the American number for this is supposed to be 110753610. Unfortunately there is
not much online for that either.  I found out that Kenmore outsources the manufacturing to companies like Hotpoint
and Whirlpool. The 110 prefix is supposedly referencing Hotpoint, but I had trouble finding anything on that 
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Oh that is why..unfortunately I do not have any technical info on this model..sorry







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