My Miele G 665 dishwasher has (as of last night) stopped 'stopping' if that makes any sense. It gets all the way through the cycle, but then goes through again, and again, .... We woke this morning with it still going, and I had initially thought it was 'stuck' at one part of the cycle, so moved the timer forward a little, but after seeing it go through the rest of the cycle, and then go around again, I figure it's not stopping for whatever reason. Any thoughts before I contact Miele $ervice?
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Unfortunatly you are looking at the timer which is now built into the controller which would need to be replaced. If the relays are fused shut on the timer or the gears are missing some teeth then you will only get sofar I the cycle and the washer will just stay where it's.
The power issue with the Miele G2630 dishwasher is due to a blown fuse inside the dishwasher or due to faulty main board of the dishwasher. However, before checking internal components we can first reset the circuit breaker, make sure it is a 15 A breaker. If the breaker is fine then you'll need to disassemble the dishwasher. Try and dis-mantle the dishwasher from its place, before this remember to turn off power and water supply. And also check for the drain hose. After the dishwasher is dismantled, you can remove the back panel of the dishwasher and check for the blown fuse and also check for any loose connections on the power supply board. Inspect for burnt components on the main board.
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Make sure you get water to the dishwasher. Check to see if the water
shut-off valve (located under the sink) is open. If you get water to
the dishwasher, but there is still no water inside during the fill
cycle, the problem might be with a faulty water valve (located at the
bottom of the dishwasher, behind the kick panel, on either side), in
which case replace the water valve.
we have a 4 yr. old built in dishwasher,model #665-15812,the lock-on light is blinking,and the wash and rinse lights are on,but if we push start ,it won't,and if we push the clear button,it won't clear,it's like it's stuck ....we've tried un-plugging,etc....any ideas,on what to do??? donnie-sue79
this can happen after inactivity. the circulation pump seal sticks and wont turn . when the dishwasher starts to fill the circulation pump is pulsed on to see if the preasure switch switches over (to see if water is getting into the dishwasher) if the pump does not turn there is no preasure and the machine stops thinking no water has entered. turn pump by hand to cure.
it is the "FAN" inside the door, i had that problem too. if it leaks after you open it when it stops and the door is on the ground. You can open up the front and clean the black small tube witch comes from the fan on the left upper side (if you're in front of the machine) and down to the magnet opened valve. On my Machine i replaced the tube with a new one as you don't get everything out. Meins321