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Dishwasher I start my dishwasher it makes all the right noises etc but the program never on any of the wash cycles never progresses past WASH and the water inside dosent seem to get hot is there a quick fix to this??

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Re: Dishwasher

There is no quick fix. for a start, check continuity on the heater

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