Question about Whirlpool SUD6000HQ Dishwasher
We found the dishwasher in the morning (we use the delay at night before we go to bed) with water still in the bottom. The dishes were clean and rinsed (no soapy film). I tried to use the cycle selection buttons to get it to drain but they didn't work, at all, like it didn't have power. I checked the GFCI the dishwasher's plugged into with a volt meter and got 120V and the interupter is working properly. I open the bottom panel and the junction box and got 120V there. I took the door appart and was able to get 120V past the latch switch. That's as far is I got. Any ideas?
Thanks for any help,
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.
Your problem is: You followed the power as far as the door switch.
If you follow it past the door switch you'll find a bad control board. The power goes in but it doesn't come out. It's an integrated circuit so it must be replaced. Check with the manufacturer for the part.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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