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Clean light stays on

I have tried many things and I cannot get the dishwasher to work. There isn't a troubleshooter sheets for this dishwasher. How can I repair this problem?

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  • Carlos Hamer
    Carlos Hamer Apr 11, 2007

    Yes, the clean light is flashing and the dishwasher will not operate. What can I do to fix it?

  • Carlos Hamer
    Carlos Hamer Apr 29, 2007

    Yes, the clean light is flashing.

    What do I do next?

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    Clean light stays on. - I tried the recommended fix by Guru and it worked 1st time. Brilliant !!!!!! Saved me a lot of aggravation.

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Chamer, do you have high temp wash, heated dry pads on the control panel? If so do this key dance...high temp wash..heated dry..high temp wash...heated dry. The panel should light up and go through the test mode. Im assuming the clean light is flashing. Post back, let me know..Catriver.

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