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Kitchen Aid diswasher controls don't work

I have the Kudi02frss diswasher it is about 5 years old. The button for "Baked on Cookware" has stopped working. The other cycles work fine. The button itself is in excellent condition. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks.

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I had a similar problem with a KUDS01... model. The Baked on cookware and the high temp switches did not operate. The normal light would come on but the machine would not run. I opened the front to expose the timer/controls. There was quite a bit of debris around the circuit board and micro chips. I vacuumed out as much as I could and loosened some with a tooth brush and blew it out with compressed air.

When I powered it back up all buttons worked and the machine worked.

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The Button is part of a switch control (all the buttons are individual switches) - take the switch block out of the door and test the button (switch)for circuit continuity, if it is OK, then the timer control may be the problem. My machine had progressive failures through the various cycles until most do not work and it wa the timer that was failing bit by bit.

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