Question about Dishwashers
I had the same problem and had it resolved by replacing the heater unit. I found out the heater was open (burned or deffective). I ordered the part (found in eBay) and replaced it by myself. I am not a technician or expert, I downloaded the service manual and tested the heater terminals while on test mode and discovered it was receiving voltage, but its circuit was open. I recommend you do this step before buying any parts, since I read in the forums that another possible failure is the PCB (main board), and in this case voltage is not sent to the heater. I hope it helps, good luck !
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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