Our top draw stopped working last week and just started beeping on an off. There is no error code but the screen keeps flashing through all the different displays. Sometimes when we're using the bottom drawer the top draw suddenly comes to life and starts beeping and flashing...and a couple of times has started working by itself.
Just now whilst the bottom draw was part way through a cycle..the top drawer came to life and started beeping classical music and the American national anthem!?...Is it possesed or has anybody lese experienced this bizzare fault!...it has certainly given my husband and I a good laugh this evening! Thanks!
Re: Top Draw flashing lights and playing music!?..
This sounds exactly like the problem we had the tech cam out removed the draw and found hte fuse on the heater element was blown -Because the dishwasher was under warrenty he replaced the heater the computer and gave us a new impella
********I'm guessing here but I think you can replace the fuseable resister in the heater element and all will be fine***
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The lid seal on the top drawer is faulty and needs replacement. It might be cut or damaged and is obstructing the drawer from closing. THis also may have caused the flood switch to trip as water can leak if drawer is not sealed.
If you find the dish wash makes the noise like the draw has been open and its mainly at night you most likely have cockaroaches. The dishdraws have infared sensors to tell it that the draw is open which works like a beam of light. When the beam of light is broken the draw thinks its open. When a cockie runs across the beam it blocks the light and the draw thinks its open. Get a good qulity surface spray and spray right around the door as they enjoy living near the warm CPU board. Most people don't realise they have cockies there untill i pull the draw cover off and show them.
Not sure what you mean by beeping "delay" I am not sure if there is any such light on the dishwasher. The HRS DELAY is displayed on the LCD when dishwasher has been set in delayed start mode. Are you seeing this flashing in an orange background?There could be several reasons for water not draining. Does the beeping go away if you press the power on/off button? Also does the delay flashing stop. Have you checked to see nothing is blocking the drain pump which is the same rotor that drives the washer arms.. What about the kitchen down pipe - is it clear?
If you think you have to take the drawers out to reach the drain hose then follow instructions on page 7 step 2 of the installation manual. It is for a later model but your one should be similar.
Make sure you turn the mains power off when working inside the dishwasher.
Hi just read your posting.Now there are a couple of reasons that the draw does not power up.The first is the element to heat the water is open circuit,The second the control board is faulty or your wiring is faulty.The last is your lid activator board is faulty.Do you have or can borrow an electrical test meter so when can test for power at the control board and test your element for continuity.Hope this helps.Please reply for further help.
The controllers get very brittle & can break away from their housing, the reason it's rapidly beaping is because it thinks the door is open. PLEASE TURN IT OFF FIRST AT THE POWER POINT. Take the front draw panel off by pulling the plugs situated on the front behind the draws, the controller is at the top right hand side if it is loose then thats the problem, double sided tape will work but lots of it or try a wedge type arrangement. I know this is an old post but people refer to these for solutions much later.
The error was a flood fault, water was not draining from either of the drawere, I removed the bottom drawer, dried drip pan and used hairdryer to dry fault sensor, the dishwasher then reset itself and works fine.
after you remove the rack you can also remove the large stainless cover( it unscrews, and then under that id the rotor assy , it also unscrews, giving you access to the ports that would be blocked if any, you can refer to your manual for procedure of un-installing above parts if need be, it is something the homeowner is actually advised to do instead of calling for service
thats tub home sensor switch, mounts to rear right of cabinet and senses drawer closing along with little black box with red switch should also have a little metal actuator( this is what usually breaks off switch), each drawer uses their own. unistall from cabinet and theres an access panel strictly for replacing theses switches