Question about Dishwashers
You are doing a splendid job of troubleshooting! As you began to speak of removing the inside door panel to get to the control panel I said"yes", that's the next step...perfect! So do it and chech out the panel board and its button box. One thing is to mke sure all the electrical contacts in the box are clean. Also using CRC or WD40 spray, spray the outside of each button and its associated spring to get nice free movement. See if there are any fuses in the panel as well that may have been blown by stuck buttons...Use the multimeter on Ohms to check the fuses! Great job so far...finish the job a hero!
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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