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The Condensor connected at the power supply point of my Candy Dis

Dishwasher has burnt out. I need to know the rating iof the condensor

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  • cyrilmundy Jan 26, 2009

    Is the burnt out item a suppressor perhaps?

  • cyrilmundy Jan 26, 2009

    The suppressor?? is burnt out and shorting, the machine throws the earth trip if it is plugged in.

  • cyrilmundy Jan 27, 2009

    Thanks for the ideas. The suppressor (or is it a condensor) is burnt out. The plastic coating is bunt through with the electonics visible. I have removed the piece which was connected to both the neutral and live. I have not tried plugging the dis#hwasher in after disconnectiong the item. The item does noit have any reference numbers or any details on it. If it is only a suppressor I guess I could try using he dishwasher without it. I would rather not though.

  • cyrilmundy Jan 27, 2009

    THE ITEM IS A CYLINDER WITH CONNECTIONS AT ONE END. IT IS ABOUT 3 CMS LONG, 1 CM IN DIAMETER, . IT IS GREY PLASTIC COATED. IT WAS CONNECTED AT THE POINT THE POWER ENTERD THE DISHWASHER.

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Their is not condensor on a dish-washer?

Do you hear a humming noise? Do you mean your motor? Have your tried rotating the motor fan blades to unjam the motor?

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  • Maintunivers Jan 26, 2009

    What is happening with your dishwasher when you start turn it on?



  • Maintunivers Jan 27, 2009

    There is no compressor in a dishwasher (Only refrigerators)



    If your dishwasher is tripping your circuit breaker in your home; with the breaker in the off position ensuring you asolutely have no power; I would remove the dishwasher access panel below (4 screws) and check to see for any "shorting" of the power supply-line wiring that connects to the dishwasher.



    I would also check and unjam your motor by rotating your dishwashers motor-shaft. Directions: Removing the bottom access panel and insert your hand and grab the motor fan blades (rear of motor - between waterpump and front of motor) and rotate in a circular motion. * Caution: please ensure you are doing this with the power off and no rings or jewelry on your hands.



    Also, do you see any cuts or shorting of your heating element located on the inside; bottom of the dishwasher? (Metal tubing at inside bottom of the dishwasher)



  • Maintunivers Jan 27, 2009

    Their is no such things as a compressor or condensor on a dish-washer. The main components of a dishwasher is a Motor, Pump, Inlet Water-Valve, Drain Solenoid, Spindal Tower, Heating Coil/Element, Timer Control, etc.



    Do not use your dishwasher without having everything connected. I am not sure what you removed. Can you please describe the part, size, etc. and where you removed it from further.



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