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I received a quote to fix my dishwasher that seems a bit high, It seems that my control panel is cracked and water got it and so now I need a new control panel and power switch ...he wants to charge me about 450.00 to fix it ?

Does anyone think its a fair price or not fair price ?

Kris

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Depends on what he is required to do to gain access to the control panel. if you are handy with tools and are comfortable doing the repair... buy the part and replace it yourself.

Robert

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