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Ran dishwasher, we to work, came home, no power, water in bottom. Breaker is not tripped, power to rest of kitchen

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Although breaker has not tripped it is still worth changing the fuse in the dishwasher plug.
Nothing to lose for a few pennies.

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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