Question about Dishwashers
This is a second attempt at some help...I think I need to provide more detail...My dishwasher is approx 2 years old, and since we moved in to the house, it does not wash or dry hot enough. It has fill hoses connected to both the hot and cold taps so I assume it is set up to use both...Don't dishwashers heat internally if the water isn't hot enough? THe prv owner swears it worked fine for her, could I have inadvertantly changed some setting, or could the element have gone - if this d.w. has such a thing. Please help before I have to spend dollars on repairs.
Miele MODEL G611sci plus-3, typ=HG02
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
my repairman contacted whirlpool about my washing machine staying on
wash.. to his surprise.. and mine.. and his co=workers.. this is the answer,
it worked.. and we have never heard this before.
In your original istallation booklet it tells you to let the dishwasher run til its complete
the first time you use it as it may rinse twice... my original installation man told me this also.
however.. if you suffer a "blip" in your electricity.. it could put the little dishwasher "brain"
out of whack.. it can run as long as 3 to 4 hours on wash to reset itself.. if you stop it
(like others have mentioned.. and which I did also).. it doesn't complete the reset and it
will attempt to do it the next time..
answer?.. just let it go once as unnerving as this is.. it works.. They did mention that
if it went to 5 hours.. call your repairman because you need a new mechanism.
karen in Dothan
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
SOURCE: Miele dishwasher not heating
you would have to turn the unit on it's side and remove the bottom plate and check with a multi meter the resistance of the heating element to see if the heating element is defective. i doubt the dishwashing liquid caused a fault other than causing the unit to over sud and spill water into the base. You could remove the panel under the door and have a look and see if you have flooded the base. if you have a float switch in the base (white polystyrene disc and switch) this will stop the unit from working as well. dry up any water and try it again. hope this helps and don't use the dishwashing liquid in the unit.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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