Question about Frigidaire 24 in. FDB1050REC Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
My dishwasher will not start. I have checked the breaker but it is not the breaker. we checked the wiring but it is ok. I am at a loss. What else could it be. No lights come on. Nothing. I have had it for three years.
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check should be made with the volt/ohmmeter to check if voltage is available to
the dishwasher wiring. A voltage check is made by setting the volt/ohmmeter on
the 150 A/C scale and placing one probe of the volt/ohmmeter on one wire that
supplies voltage to the dishwasher. Place the other probe on the remaining
wire. The meter should read 110-125 volts. This would indicate that electrical
power was available from the circuit breaker panel to the dishwasher terminal
box. If there is no voltage at the dishwasher terminal box electrical wires,
the problem could be a defective circuit breaker or fuse, house wiring burned
or broken from circuit breaker panel to terminal box. If a defective circuit
breaker or fuse is suspected, it would be recommended that a qualified
electrician perform these repairs.
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