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Not heating water

The heater on my dishwasher checks out ok,i get approx. 20 ohms.when in the heat part of the programme i am only getting a live(positive)feed but no neutral(negative).do you have an answer to this problem?

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Re: not heating water - AEG 24 in. Favorit 40850 Free-standing Dishwasher Dishwashers

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