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Bsoch dishwasher runs long and displays 1 minute left on timer

Our SHU5312UC washer runs longer than planned cycle. Keeps running while remaining minute counter stays at 1. If open door water still in bottom. Close door and 13 minutes are remaining. Washer slowly goes to 1 again but water still present. Vaccumed drain line and connection to food diposal unit clear.

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  • glessnerbeth Feb 24, 2009

    Exactly the same thing here, but I noticed a while ago that the plastics were not drying, and the "sanitized" light was not lighting, so it involving the heater makes sense....

  • Anonymous Mar 05, 2009

    Same thing with ours. If you clear the setting at 1 minute by pressing the scrub wash button the same time as econo wash button and hold until it clears, the diswasher will at least drain and dry a bit. It helps till we get it fixed.

  • alohaaloha Mar 18, 2009

    I have the same problem! Stuck with one minute to go on cycle.

  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2009

    Same thing...gets to 1 minute and will run for at least another hour. It does not do it all the time

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Sounds like a bad solder connection on the heater relay of your control unit. more than likely you will need a new control unit. part number 266746

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You may have one of 2 problems. Maybe both.
One, open the sump and carefully check for trash in the sump area causing slow drain.
Two, your heater may be malfunctioning causing the no drain problem.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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