Question about Dishwashers
I have same dishwasher, same problem. i fixed it with epoxy. inside door is the mother board and on the left hand side there is a square box looking thing that came loose, i think it is a relay of some sort (i am not a repair guy) but it was loose, i pushed it down and then edged the whole thing with 5 minute epoxy. worked like a charm no problekms since. :-)
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
Well the most probable reason is that the wiring connectors located at the bottom of the dishwasher behind the toe panel were wired wrong and have shorted out or burned off, the next thing to look at is the control panel. (not control board, the actual panel with the buttons) you can take apart and check to make sure the ribbon cable is still connected, but most likely will be one of those two problems, If you need to get down and really dirty the next step would be to start taking voltage readings.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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