Question about Dishwashers
Most likely cause, is a blown fuse on the control panle, with a torx 15 screwwdriver you can remove the control lpanel accessing hte control board, on it youll find a small white rectangular fuse with 2 wires attached to it, it more than likely has blown you can find the part on sears.com probalby 20-40 bucks.its live wires leading to one side of fuse so unplug/disconnect power before servicing... ill bet that theres water remaining on the floor of dishwasher as well?? common place in cycle to blow!
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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