Question about Jenn-Air JDB6510 Built-in Dishwasher
1. water in tub. Wife said water was hot.
2.motor won't run
3. timer ticks with light on at end of cycle complete
4. float switch up, microswitch OK underneath
5. relay buzzes on cycle select start, nothing follows as timer ticks
6. everything clean, connected, and no smell frm underneath front view.
7. drain clear from sink hose.
8. purchased in 2002. no other problems.
9. know that the first thing it should do is drain.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no real reset, nut you can check for power leading to the unit, make sure the bnreaker hasnt tripped , and next if you remove the bottom acees panel you lfind a box to the right . the electrical conne\ction is made behind ther make sure the connection hasnt shaken itself loose.CAUTION LIVE WIRES BEHIND THAT COVER"
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
SOURCE: Jenn Air dishwasher leaking
the emptying valve is underneath in the middle normally and it is what the drain hose connects to on the dishwasher. The drain hose itself is connecting with either a c clamp or hose clamp, check to make sure it is tightened all the way. Also do you have an idea of what part of the dishwasher the leak is coming from? If it is not the drain valve, then check to make sure it is not leaking from the door itself, as the door just has a rubber gasket that seals it and it might be that the gasket is bad. If it's not the door and not the drain valve, it could then be coming from the drainage pump or the motor for the dishwasher, which means the seal is broken and the motor or pump would need replaced. If you are unsure of how to do so then i would contact a repair technician to fix it for you.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
I think it is the seals...even though they look good they can be compressed and loose the eleasticity to swell and seal....
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Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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