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Problem: Whirlpool Dishwasher DU1100XTPS1: start button has no effect. "Normal" cycle light does not come on when button pressed, but other cycle light do come on when their buttons are pressed. "Start" button does not respond at all, even when one of the responsive cycle lights is lit. "Cancel/Drain" does activate the drain cycle and clears water, but the drain cycle does not turn off automatically; must be turned off manually. Unnecessary details: Some screws around door frame seem to have stripped thru plastic in frame so door torques easily. Second owner of this home, so don't know history. What I've tried: I tried to reset using 'hitemp-heat-hitemp-heat' button press sequence (suggested by Rylee Smith for another posted issue) with no effect. I welcome your suggestions, especially those that are fast/simple/cheap/effective! Thank you!!
This is a problerm caused by the main control circuit board that is behind all the control buttons, the part is about $150.00 and about 1 hour to replace it.
Posted on Feb 10, 2012
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Make sure the trip odometer is NOT on 'Trip A' or 'Trip B' (ie: just the normal
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button twice without pressing the brake, but while holding the reset button.
The dash will let you know its resetting, just keep holding the button until it
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