Question about Viking 24 in. Professional Series VUD141 (Ultra-Premium) Built-in Dishwasher
Yesterday while running he dishwasher I smelled something burning comming from the doof of the dishwasher. The timer would not cycle ofter that. I replaced the timer $ 108.00 and installed it and it still does not cycle. I am getting 5.6 volts when the power is on and going to the timer. It doesn't see enough. Is there somthing else in the circuit that is preventing the timer from cycling. HELP! Thanks
it looks like i have the same problem.
at the end of the cycle the machine keeps draining and never finishing.
where can I buy the timer for $108.- ?
thanks for helping.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
At the point where the wiring comes from the bottom of the tank and rises up the door is prone to burning. Before doing the following remove power from your dishwasher. By removing the kickplate at the front and inspacting the bundle of wires you may note that some of the wires are lumpy or burned. These wires need to be repaired. Failing that there is a cycling thermostat mounted to the bottom of the tank above the water valve. These cycling thermos will prevent the timer from advancing there should be a wiring diagram inside of the door that will help your efforts.
Posted on Mar 10, 2007
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