Question about KitchenAid 24 in. KUDS02FRSS Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
I tried to turn off power and turn on after two days, but it does't help.
This usually means a microprocessor failure. Under the lower toe kick plate is the tech sheet( some phillips head screws) and the sheet will tell you what the two blinking lights mean.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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Open the door. Within 3 seconds press the following sequence --Try pressing normal wash, heated dry, normal wash, heated dry, normal wash, heated dry three times within 6 seconds and then press cancel to reset the dishwasher. If that doesn't help then try pressing Saini Rinse, Heated Dry, Saini Rinse, Heated Dry, Saini Rinse, Heated Dry or Saini Rinse, Air Dry, Saini Rinse, Air Dry,Saini Rinse, Air Dry 3 times in 6 seconds and then the Cancel Button. Close the door and press Cancel.
Blinking lights would stop and should be able to use your dishwasher normally. If the light is still blinking try and reset the power to the dishwasher and try again. If still the light is blinking then check for the connections on the keypad, it may be due to moisture or shorted connections on keypad.
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