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My kitchenaid dishwasher will shut off approximately 10-15 minutes after it begins, no matter what setting it is put on. Any suggestions?

We bought this dishwasher about a year ago and haven't had any major issues with it. It cleans good and was very quiet. We have had to replace the brackets on the top rack because one of them broke, but that was no big deal. Now, no matter what setting it is put on, it will not finish the cycle. I have tried to press high-temp, heat dry, heat dry twice, like I've read on one of the blogs and also turning the breaker off and back on, nothing is helping. It's and under-counter dishwasher, the number inside to refer to is W103111238, I don't know if that helps. Thanks for any advice.

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its normal for the temperature to stay around 28 degrees farenheight int the bottom drawer. (fresh cut meat keeps better at his temp). you can adj the temp slide near the bottom of the refrig next to the botom drawer to help adj temp. veggies will almost always freeze in the bottom drawer. also adj the temp controls to a little bit warmer to help as well.


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Good day,
5 months surely doesn't point to the machine. I would check the wiring and replace the breaker and retest.
Breakers can become weak from age. They are by definition a heat operated device. Due to just happenstance it is posssible for both compressors to try to start at exactly the same time.
That would push the demand fairly high.
As well, usually unknown, breakers are rated at 80% of their value for continious duty. I.E. 20 amp breaker can maintain a load of 16 amps under continious load.

One caveat. The condenser coils need to be cleaned on an annual basis. To vacuum them is a poor solution. They need to be blown out with compressed air or a quality shop vac. Ugly but extremely important on Sub Zero's.

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