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Temperature rises rapidly, burns food.


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Bread does not rise enough I have carefully measured ingredients use rapid bake setting fleichmans rapid rise yeast checked water temp still having problems I have tried 4 times regular and rapid rise and...


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The yeast must be absolutely fresh, use sachets instead of packets.
Keep yeast well away from the fats and liquids.
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CLEAN LIGHT IS FLASHING SEQ OF 7 FLASHES THE LAST TIME TECH CAME OUT AND RESETUNIT, WE TRIED TO RESET AGAIN BUT NO HELP. ANY IDEAS


The cause of the problem is an insufficient rise in water temperature during a pre-set time period. The heater fault-detection program that was added to the electronic control is designed to shut down the dishwasher if the board-test for proper water temperature rise is not sufficient.

You will need to identify possible causes of insufficient temperature rise. These causes may include checking the wiring to/failure of the control, the heating element, the thermistor, the inlet valve, door switch, motor or capacitor. Make sure that water is not siphoning during fill. Once the heater fault detection is triggered and the condition resolved, the electronic control must be reset by initiating a special diagnostic cycle. Use the Product Tech Sheet shipped with each dishwasher — you’ll find it behind the kickplates — to identify the correct cycle sequence. The rapid advance cycle will not properly reset the electronic control.

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Dishwasher wont start washing but start light is flashing 11 times


hi...
The cause of the problem is an insufficient rise in water temperature during a pre-set time period. The heater fault-detection program that was added to the electronic control is designed to shut down the dishwasher if the board-test for proper water temperature rise is not sufficient.
The dishwasher run cycle was modified to add 8 minutes 45 seconds of heat at the beginning of the main wash cycle. If the inlet water at the thermistor is below 110°F, the thermistor looks for a water rise of 4°F. If the inlet water is over 110°F, the test is for an increase of 2°F. If the temperature rise is below specifications, the unit will drain and the clean light will blink seven times.
You will need to identify possible causes of insufficient temperature rise. These causes may include checking the wiring to/failure of the control, the heating element, the thermistor, the inlet valve, door switch, motor or capacitor. Make sure that water is not siphoning during fill. Once the heater fault detection is triggered and the condition resolved, the electronic control must be reset by initiating a special diagnostic cycle. Use the Product Tech Sheet shipped with each dishwasher — you’ll find it behind the kickplates — to identify the correct cycle sequence. The rapid advance cycle will not properly reset the electronic control....

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Could easliy be your water pump. The coolant in the radiator isn't being forced through the engine by the water pump causing the coolant to be cool and motor overheating. A thermostat can also cause this problem, but I belive it's the water pump.

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Perhaps if you could provide a little more information or observations, it might be easier to isolate the problem. For example, it appears you may have a problem with the engine overheating and then your engine dies when the extreme temperature is reached. When you start the engine, watch the temperature gage on the instrument panel. Does the temperature rise slowly (lets say over a period of 10 minutes or more) or does it rise quickly to the point of overheating (less than 5 minutes)? If the temperature rises slowly, it is probably just that the thermostat needs to be replaced. The thermostat is usually located in a housing where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine. If however, the temperature rises rapidly, that indicates a more serious problem. Your engine may have a blown head gasket which is venting hot exhaust gases into the cooling system causing the temperature to rise rapidly. I recently had this exact problem with my Chevrolet Venture which, like your Buick, is a GM product.
As far as the fan motor not coming on, the problem might be the fan motor itself. One way to test it is to connect the fan's electrical leads to a 12 volt power source like your car's battery. If the fan works, then the problem could be with the Engine Coolant Temperature sensor (ECT) which screws into the intake manifold. The ECT senses the engine's temperature and tells the fan when it needs to come on to start cooling. I hope some of this helps.

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