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Dishwasher completely stopped in the middle of a washing cycle. Any suggestions? I checked and there's no issues with power. It's old and I think something may have been shorted or blown. help ple

I have a Hotpoint dishwasher model# HDA10000G02WH and it completly shut down during a washing cycle. I checked all of the power connections and everything is good. What can I do to fix my problem? Contact me at jchaney@txprorealty.com please with any solutions.

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It sounds like the timer. I have replaced the timer because I had the same problem. It now works perfect!

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