Question about Dishwashers
I think the problem is with your water valve of the dishwasher. It could be blocked with sediments/damaged and as a result it will only let water in once and there won't be nothing for the rest of the cycle. This might have happened with your dishwasher, and hence the water intake may not be sufficient enough to dissolve the tablets completely.
As the dishwasher is programmed, insufficient water intake may trouble the rest of the program functions as the solenoid switch on the value will sense that there is no water and hence stop all the further programs. In that case, It may not be with the rotary program selection switch. So before going for any replacement of the rotary program selector, confirm that the water valve is working properly.
Here is a picture of water valve with solenoid switch (orange colour):
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Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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