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The sensig is on, and can't get back to normal cyle to wash dishes

I always was ndishes in normal cycle but my brother some how touched the the sensing button and it count down from 9 then it turn off. i can't get it to wash my dishes on any cyle cause it's almost like it locked on sensing? what can I do?

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  • dgiuffrida40 Nov 04, 2008

    when do i push the cancel button? do i start the sensing cylce and wait til count down 9-0. or do it whie its doing nothing?

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Try to just push the cancil button 2 times that should cancil anything he did if this does not work then you have a problem with the dishwasher

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

  • push start then when there is a display then push cancil 2 times.

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