Question about Jenn-Air Dishwashers
Couple of things to check: there's a float that needs to more freely, make sure it does. There's dishwasher cleaning instructions in the operation manual. You may need to take the lower rack out, take off the spray arm to get at a filter, which you should clean and replace. Then you can try to run some white vinegar through a wash cycle. Jean Air has these instruction at their web site.
Posted on Feb 01, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
A water softner will not make the dishes any cleaner, it just makes it so they don't have water spots on them.
If the dishes are dirty, it is most likely that the nozzles (holes) in arms may be plugged.
Also check to make sure you are getting plenty of water to dishwasher. Make sure all water valves are full turned open.
If the control panel does not work all the time, it is very likely you have either a shorted wire, or a fualty main board which is very common in newer machines.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Thanks for using FixYa. That means the control sensed that the heater in the D/W did not operate 3 times in a row. So the unit locks out. First remove the kick plate and you may have to pull the unit out from under the cab, but check your heater. Use a meter to see if it reads open; if so orders a heater assay it will come with a new control replace it too. If heater checks good then press in sequence normal wash, heat dry, normal wash, heat dry, normal wash, heat dry three times within 6 sec and all the lights will come on then hit cancel. What that did is reset the control and clear that fault. Keep in mind that D/W does not heat its own water and incoming water temp should be 120. The D/W will maintain that temp. When starting your D/W first turn on your hot water till it gets hot then start your D/W this ensures your unit fills with hot water and not cold
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Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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