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Normal Cycle Does Not Work

All of my cycles on my dishwasher work except for the normal cycle. The dishwasher will fill with water, wash, drain and then attempt to fill again but just spurts twice with water to come into the machine then it starts washing with no water in it. I have had the repair man out 2 times to look at it, 1st time replaced the control board, 2nd time they stated I used to much soap and the water float was stuck. Okay if that was true why did all my other cycles work. I need to know if anyone has experienced the normal cycle not working correctly. Dishwasher is only a year old and this started happening after 4 months.

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SOURCE: Kitchenaide KUDM24SE1 dishwasher will not fill with water

It may be the water inlet valve or the electronic control board. To check, remove the bottom toe panel. The valve will be on the left side. There will be live power, so use extreme CAUTION. Start the DW, 1. if you can hear the valve humming or the valve coil is getting warm, replace the valve. 2. Using a device with wires to check the power at plugs, connect to valve power connection, if power is present, replace valve else replace electronic control board.

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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SOURCE: dishwasher won't work

i think they been charging you for the control panel and replacing the fuse there is a fuse in the control panel go to appliance parts store and tell them you need control panel fuse for your model get two or three then remove the panel and replace the fuse

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Normal cycle leave dishes half clean. Heavy cycle

in the bottom of the machine, under the bottom rack, is a screen looking piece. twist or just pull up, should be able to clean that then replace.

Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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SOURCE: The dishwasher runs for 1 1/2 hours on the wash cycle.

Hi,

This may sound strange but that is a normal cycle time for today's dishwashers. They use much less water and the water is 'recycled' within the filtration system in the pump.

By reusing and filtering this water they save on heating energy and water consumption. The motors are not as powerful so they use less power even when running longer. Many machines will alternate the wash between the upper and lower arms, this type uses much less water and energy but again the trade off is long cycle times.

If you were to select a heavy or pots and pan cycle with hi temperature wash and a sani rinse your times can be up to 4 hours in some machines today.

The reason behind these savings are mostly due to the energy standards that the appliance manufactures have to abide by today.

I know this may not have been what you wanted to hear but it is how they work today.

Posted on May 11, 2010

Daniel S
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SOURCE: Hum in Kitchen Aid Dishwasher Model 8531529.

Hi

The hum sound that you hear is from the motor that is not working or is about to go out, the motor should be replaced. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

Daniel

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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