Question about Dishwashers
I have an In Sink Erator Classic Supreme with what appears to be either a switch or sensor problem. It cleans the dishes well enough, but lately when
I try to run a load of dishes, the "clean" indicator light stays on and the appliance will not operate. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I would assume that in the last year you've either fixed the washer or have gotten a new one. If your curious, this is probably the solution. There's a plastic piece that pushed a button when you open the latch and resets the washer. The piece is probably broken. If you remove the screws on the top of the door, you can reach in and manually push the button. You can also tape some metal into the end of the plastic piece so it will still push the button. A flattened bottle cap will work.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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