Question about Dishwashers
I have a GE dishwasher model #GSD2200Z02AD. I guess I would say that the timer is stuck. When I turn the control knob to start, it stays on start and doesn't progress. I did a load of dishes before I went to bed the other night and turned it to start. When I got up the next morning, it was still making the noise like it was on start and the knob had not progressed so that it never went through any cycles. Doesn't look like I can wash the dishes without maybe babysitting it and trying to turn the knob to different cycles.
Yep you need a new timer part. on your search engine type in ge dishwasher model number then scroll down to find timer part number order it only if your can take broken one out if u cant then u need to call repairman.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bosch dishwasher
I'm probably sounding like a broken record, but id f its got buttons on the front and not a knob, its probably the control board. Unplug the unit or flip the breaker.Take off the outer door and the control panel by removing all those torx screws down each side, then pop that control board with all the wires out of the housing. once you have that in your hand, open the control assembly itself (should open like a book, into 2 halfs) once you spot the half without the buttons and lights, take that half out of the plastic housing and look on the back. If there is a burnt solder joint there (it will be obvious if it is) you will need to have that joint repaired, or get a new control board..bout $150 if memory serves. that joint that burns powers the heater, so its likely thats your problem. It can also cause some other isuuse as well, such as the time display freaking out (if you have one) Good Luck!
Posted on Aug 16, 2007
How deep do you want to get into this?It sounds like the wash pump motor bearings that are worn.You can pull the unit out flip it over and wd40 the bearings in the motor or you can replace the bearings.Try to lube them first.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
if you have a torx 20, and torx 15 screw driver, you an remove the screws from the top plate of the wash motor, and underthere youll see another t15 screw converingthe "chopper" assy, sounds as if a seed, of chicken bone, perhaps apiece of glass hasgottne down there
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
you should check the heating element. if the water is not hot enough, the timer will not advance. crack open the door mid-cycle. let the water stop flying around. then open it all the way up. if you don't get a big ball of steam, you have an indication that your heating element may not be working properly. this is not too hard to check the resistance with a multimeter and then replace, if necessary. good luck
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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