20 Most Recent Kenmore 24 in. 17032 Built-in Dishwasher Questions & Answers


Call sears and they can tell you normal cycle times according to your model. 1888.536.6673. Maybe argue with them to replace this unit since so many issues within 5 months.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Apr 25, 2017


This link may help if you have your user manual check out the diagnostics page

Whirlpool DU1100XTPS1 Dishwasher Diagnostic Clean light blinking Heater

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on May 30, 2015


Check the owners manual, there could be a build up of debris in the drain, I had some paper products down around mine from washing jars and the paper from the labels can build up over time along with other foods that don't break down easy over time. There usually is a way to open up and check this area, good luck.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015


solution 2 is the best which is as follows..

The clean light sometimes flashes and just needs to be reset. To do so hit the keys in the following order. <Heated Dry> <Normal Wash> <Heated Dry> <Normal Wash> <Cancel>.

The dishwasher will go through a cancel cycle (drain the tub) and will then let you start it up again..the pressing of the buttons takes several attempts. the lights on the front panel will all light up and the washer will go through a cycle. it will be fixed upon completion of the cycle

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Nov 03, 2014


I had the same problem, the 3rd level spinner falling off. Without getting into my saga story, save yourself some $$$.
-You will need a screw & washer to replace the plastic thumbtack. The screw will have to be able to screw into the female part of the spinner; the washer will keep the screw from falling out of the hole in the flat hose on the ceiling of the dishwasher.
-If you look closely at the spinner(the part that keeps falling off), you will notice it comes apart. With a flat head screwdriver, separate the 2 parts. (there are 3 parts all together; Keep the round center piece sticking out of the top peice)
--Remove the top drawer of the dishwasher to give you some room to work
-Remove the screw on the "ceiling" of the dishwasher(it is located further back from where the spinner goes) to allow the flat pastic tube to come down low enough for you to get in behind it.(set that screw aside in a safe place; you will put it back later)
-Remove the pastic thumbtack from the hole in the flat plastic tube if it is there & replace with a washer and screw.
-Take the top 2 peices of the spinner, together as assembled & screw the screw into the female portion of the spinner.
-snap on the 3rd piece of the spinner
-replace the screw you took out earlier, securing the flat plastic tube.
-place top drawer
Voila, you are done!! You just saved yourself $20+

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014


No power at all? First thing to check is that the dishwasher power cord is plugged in under the sink. Make sure the plug didn't become dislodged. Then, check the circuit breaker at the electrical panel to make sure the breaker didn't trip. Open up the door to the electrical panel and look for a switch marked "dishwasher" or "kitchen outlets." Switch it off and then back on to reset it. Those are the easy fixes. Next you'll need a repairman.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on May 18, 2014


  1. Unplug the dishwasher, usually under the sink.
  2. Turn off the supply faucet to the dishwasher, also under the sink.
  3. Disconnect the dishwasher supply hoses and the drain hose which usually empties into the garbage disposal. Have a small bucket or pan and some towels ready, the water in the hoses will leak out.
  4. Open the dishwasher door. There should be 3 or more screws holding the dishwasher to the cabinet. Remove these screws and re-close the dishwasher door.
  5. Grab the dishwasher door handle and gently pull the dishwasher outwards, lifting slightly and moving side-to-side as space allows.
  6. If it is unable to move due to the trim plate at the front of the base of the dishwasher, remove that too. Otherwise, just leave the trim in place.
  7. Gradually continue to pull the dishwasher outwards, and push/pull the hoses and power cord out along with it.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Apr 21, 2014


Hi,

How many Blinks are there?

Is it 7 Clean Light Blinks?

Let me know, so that we could proceed.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Oct 18, 2011


close the door and to cancel that just press hi temp and hetaer dry again hi temp and heater dry and all the lights is gonna light up, it getting into test mode.
After that press cancel
Now get somebody to replace the thermistor of your machine

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Sep 07, 2011


Try pressing heated dry normal heated dry normal and see if it will start a test cycle, If it does replace the touch pad.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Jun 29, 2011


Temperature problem with water. Incoming water when filled should be no less then 1/2 inch below heater. If not, possible water valve. Incoming water temp. min after fill. 120 degrees. Missaligned door. One of door switches not activating. Bad circulation motor. Not throwing water over heater. Tech.sheet behind bottom panel. Will tell you. Shorted heater. When bottom panel is removed. Look for signs of water leaks. Hard water deposits on floor.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Mar 28, 2011


The heater has probably failed and will need replacing. You can only confirm this with a voltmeter.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Mar 06, 2011

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