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Dishwasher stopped working during rinsing cycle.


I have a Kitchenaid Superba Dishwasher that just stopped working. Completely dead. Water sitting on the bottom never drained. There's power going to the dishwasher.  I read your other solutions and you have me thinking it's the fuse. Can you give me steps on how to try this possible solution before I give up. Thanks.

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  • rsheets462 Feb 08, 2009

    I have same model and same situation - what did you do to solve the problem? where is the fuse located?

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1. Disconnect power to dishwasher. Remove screws holding the control panel from the side of the inner door. Remove control panel. If it does not come off - remove all screws on the inner side of the door and separate the inner and outer door.
2. Fuse is on the right side on top of the control board. it usually has tan or black or yellow wires to it. Disconnect wires and check fuse for continuity. if none - replace fuse with wiring harness supplied with it.

Good luck
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