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Clean light flashes constanly. Won't clear out to start new cycle

I had it on delay start last night. This morning is was flashing "clean", but the dishes hadn't been washed. I can't get the light to clear off. I can "cancel" and it goes through the drain cycle, but when done after opening the door to reload, then trying to start, it does nothing.

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I can't get the light to clear off. I can "cancel" and it goes through the drain cycle, but when done after opening the door to reload, then trying to start, it does nothing.

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This may help: http://www.fixya.com/support/r417123-blinking_clean_light_kenmore_whirlpool


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