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START/RESET LIGHT STAYS CONTINUOUSLY ON

This light will not shut off unless the door is fully shut. Is this normal for its operation? It seems to me like you should be able to reset the machine if you are not intending to wash dishes.

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This is normal. The door latch has safety switch that will not let the machine do ANYTHING unless door is latched. If you need to do maintenance, then you can pry with a screwdriver, or possibly tape the switch so the machine can still run

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