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No hot water

I am not getting hot water in the dishwasher . It does not seem to get 120 volts to the heater . What controls this ?

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  • jeffry1 Feb 17, 2009

    Next- on the Miele g865 - where is the thermostat located???

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Check thermostat it send voltage on heater

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

  • dalibor skrbin
    dalibor skrbin Feb 17, 2009

    must remove side cower it look like circle with 2,3 or 4 wire,must check with volt-meter or ohm-meter,but when measure ohm disconnect power from wall.

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