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Re: Nearly new Electrolux dishwasher - DEAD
2 THINGS COME TO MINE EASY CHECKS , MAKE SURE THE DOOR IS CLOSING PROPERLY AND THE DOOR SWITCH IS MAKING UP WELL AND CHECK TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE 110VOLTS LEAVING THE BREAKER AND @ THE DISHWASHER CONNECTION IF IT HAS A RECEPTACLE ON THE DISHWASHER END TRY TO PLUG IN ANOTHER DEVICE SUCH AS A DRILL OR SAW OR OTHER APP, TO SEE IF IT WILL RUN THIS IS A BETTER CK THAN A METER BECAUSE IT PROVES IT IS PASSING CURRENT AS WELL AS VOLTAGE , METERS ARE NONE LOAD DEVICES AND CAN FOOL YOU
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From my understanding your Electrolux dishwasher is tripping your circuit breaker during the cycles. This could be a wiring issue within your dishwasher and you may need to have a professional technician come out. The technician will have the appropriate tools needed for pinpointing the issue within your dishwasher. Best of luck! -Matt
I understand your Electrolux dishwasher, model# EWDW6505GS, seems like it is not receiving power to the control panel. I suggest resetting your appliance, by either unplugging your appliance or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 20-30 minutes. Restore power and try any cycle. If you are still not receiving any lights, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose your appliance and determine what is causing your control panel to not have power.. Hope this is helpful.
I understand that your Electrolux dishwasher, model# EDW5505ESS, will not start and the control panel seems to be dead. I suggest resetting your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your homes circuit breaker, for 20-30 minutes. Once power is restored, if the panel is still not lighting up, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician. I do not suggest trying to repair it yourself. There could be something other than the panel, which is causing the dishwasher to seem dead. The technicians will be able to diagnose your appliance and determine what is causing the panel to not light up. Hope this is helpful.
Hello Ali Bilgrami - Try reprogramming the dishwasher by unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes, restart unit, confirmed that the door is properly latched and restart unit. If it proves to be ineffective, then the unit may possibly have more serious issues such as; wiring failure, faulty door latch assembly or control board. I would strongly recommend contacting a local professional for further diagnosis should all troubleshooting measures fail. You can often locate qualified services by visiting the manufacturer website.
My LG dishwasher purchased in '06" began giving me IE errors,
so after talking with replacing the circuit board & the overflow switch it still didn't work.
I inspected the wire harness closer which os located behind the door and found the wires weere heated and frayed. Now I need to replace it but I feel that the problem will be resolved once I replace the main harness. There ar emany issues I read about nightmares with LG so I will not buy them again!!
The dishwasher should have a thermal fuse mounted to the control board behind the operator console. It is a small silver colored device attached to a white plactic bracket. In some model dishwashers the wrong gage wiring was used causing the wires to heat up and trip the thermal fuse. There was no apparent risk of fire or anything like thta, but the thermal fuses didn't tolerate the heat differential too well. A fix for the problem was to purchase a thermal fuse replacment kit (found at most appliance repair stores) that had thicker wires. If you post back with your model number (located inside the door opening somewhere) I can do some reasearch to be sure. And...I'll see if I can locate a part number for you. Let me know.