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My dishwasher completed a wash today but when I turned it on to do a second wash it will not come on. There is no problem with the power supply as the on light is green.

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Try unplugging the power cord or switching off the circuit breaker that feeds power to it for a few minutes and see if that clears the control logic after reapplying power.

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