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Dishwasher not completing the programed wash, Now won't restart.

The dishwasher was started late in the evening and in the morning, found to not have completed the wash. Detergent still in the cup. Multiple attemps to srat again have failed. It is not responding to anything. I don't have a book to troubleshoot. Is there a reset button or do we need professional help?

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  • David Parenti May 11, 2010

    There is no reset on that unit you will have to get a service call on this one. but do you know if the d/w is washing or draining water?



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  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough May 11, 2010

    Have you checked the breaker in the panel box?

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There is not a reset button, but you can try by holding both drain and one of the wash cycle.. hold it for a few seconds.. keeping trying drain and another, and another.... you will hear drain motor draining water out... if there is standing water at the bottom... if the cycle stopped after wash cycle, its usually your control... hope this help...

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