There is no power to my kudm01tjbt0. Is there a reset button?
A glass shattered inside of dishwasher a week or so prior to the problem. We cleaned all the glass out of the inside and then it worked fine. About a week later, the dishwasher started making a lot of noise... and then no power. The other things on that circuit have power, so please don't ask me if the breaker has be tripped. Plus, I checked already. Is there a reset button?
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you might have food or glass stuck in your drain area... get your hand inside and try to clean it but be ware frrom glass pices that might be there ...also check the water flow to your sink it might be cluge in the garbigh disposel....
Ok you need to use plastic or rubber washers against the glass so it doesn't break. To stop the handle comming loose again you need to put "Lock Tight" on the screw threads then tighten carefully only untill the handle isn't loose. You can get this from any good hardware store. cheers
Sorry if you've already tried this (and it doesn't really answer your question)... Have you tried taking a damp paper towel to the bottom of your dishwasher - that trick picks up the really tiny glass particules - or a wet/dry vac?
the old exploding door ploy... 01:00 hrs while sipping on a very fine IPA watch a bit of tellie the sound of glass shattering startles me from the kitchen. preparing to find the daughter's cat, still in the house after evaded bed time radar, on the counter. instead the front glass on the our GE Profile gas range, model JGB908SEK1SS, is slowly spider webbing into pieces. i grabbed the video camera and captured the event. GE sent out a repair guy to quote me a whopping $304.27 to replace their faulty part. foot note here...the range is four yrs old and hadn't been used in more than 24 hrs prior to the glass on the door shattering. i don't believe the glass had a "fracture to it in the production cycle at the factory". being a DIY guy the service tech ordered the replacement part for me. i just received the replacement glass from GE and it's white which would be OK if we hadn't ordered it in stainless steal. did i mention it's taken 2 months to get the replacement glass. i've attached a photo of the cleaned door awaiting installation. i really wish it had been the cat...