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Remember KISS Principle......check your circuit breaker panel for a tripped breaker first. If that is ok, there is probably another circuit breaker or a fuse on the unit itself. Hopefully, you have the book that came with the unit. It will show you if you look at the parts diagram and parts list. If no book, go online to the manufacturers website and download a copy. They are usually available free of charge.
Ok, Turn breaker off at breaker panel. Just off then on. The rinse only light should be on.....not flashing. Now press the start button first and hold; then press the cancel button. That should cancel all lights. Then press wash button then start. If the light is still flashing after you turn off breaker....you might have a bigger problem. May need new control panel.
Hello. A lot of times due to the vibration of the motor the main power connection where the dishwasher connects to the house wiring the connection will burn off. To check if that is it remove the bottom panel and remove the cover to the junction box and check for burnt connection,it would be pretty obvious to see with the blackened wiring and the melted wire connectors. BEFORE DOING THAT TURN OFF CIRCUIT BREAKER FOR THE DISHWASHER. If the connection seems ok and not burnt up the most likeley cause will be a fuse on the control board has blown.
Good luck,i hope this answer helps you figure out why your d/w is dead, Gene
Try a fan or light where the washer is plugged in. Suspect a bad power plug connection if the test works. The next suspect is a faulty microswitch connected with the door latch mechanism. You will likely need a test meter to track this down. Good luck!
Check the appropriate breaker in your house electrical panel--push off, then on. If still nothing, look for a removable panel at the bottom under the door. Any internal fuses or breakers will be accessible there.
ok shut off the breaker for at least 1 min if you have had a power surge you not know it can affect items then turn breaker back on and then push and hold the lock button some times up to 90 sec once you see lock go off then release the lock button then your back in business
ok under the bottom kick-plate you will find a tech sheet first id start with where my power comes in under the kick plate second remove the front panel and check the door switches third check the control for a fuse or burned wires resistors etc refer to the tech sheet but it sounds to me like a power problem