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Whirlpoool dishwasher not turning on model du1050

Just over 2 years old. Found water at bottom and no buttons working, tried the reset method pressing normal, heated dry repeatedly with no change. Could it be the motor? should I try to remove the water and take apart?

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Make sure you have power to the dishwasher, check circuit breaker. If circuit breaker is ok, then remove toe panel at bottom front of machine, on the right hand side is where the power cable goes into a little metal box. Turn off circuit breaker to kill power to the dishwasher, remove electrical box cover and check to make sure that the wire nuts are tight. Reapply power and test. If still no go then remove tech service sheet from toe panel insulation, get yourself a multi-meter and start test individual components until you find the one that is bad. Hope this helps.

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