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Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.Try pressing heated dry,Normal,Heated dry,Normal and all lights should come on if they do wait like 5 seconds and hit cancel and see if the unit will start. If this happens again it may be a heating issue.
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This blinking indicates a failure to properly heat the water, the link below will have instructions on how to reset the control so you can use the dishwasher and it will provide areas to look as to why it failed. Let me know if it was helpful.
Try turning off the power to the dishwasher at the circuit breaker box. leave the power off for 5 10 mins and then turn breaker back on and try to restart dishwasher. This may reset the board and it may work
This depends on the blinking pattern. Of the eight lights on the panel, if the four on the left blink on and then the right four lights blink on as the left ones go off, and keep blinking back and forth, that just means the mode has been set and the Start button pressed. After closing the door it should just continue on wherever it is in the cycle. (This is normal operation).
If you hold down the Start button, this resets the dishwasher. If you then close the door, nothing will happen because it thinks it's done.
If the lights are blinking in a different pattern, such as they all blink on and off in unison, that indicates an error condition and needs to be diagnosed. If the pump is not running constantly, then at least it's not because water is leaking out somewhere.