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DOOR SWITCH ON WHIRLPOOL DISHWASHER

THE DOOR ON MY DISHWASHER DOES NOT SEEM TO B BE CLOSING QUITE RIGHT. tHE PUSH BUTTONS ON THE FRONT WILL NOT WORK. cOULD THERE BE A CONNECTION?

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  • AJ35 Feb 29, 2008

    I have a Whirlpool Model # GU2500 dishwasher that is completely dead. It worked fine the last time that I used it and when I went to use it this time it will not do anything. The lights on the display will not even come on. Breaker has been checked to make sure it hadn't tripped and all of that is fine. What could be the problem?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    Can't close the door, and it starts when I push the button...(when open)

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Ensure the top tray connection to the water inlet is securely housed when the top tray is pushed back in and no cuttlery is trapped in the sealwhen the door is closed.

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Hi generally if the door is not closed on a dishwasher all functions are disabled, This is for saftey. Hence this is a cut out switch operated by the door. Try holding the door shut and seeing if the functions come to life

Posted on Sep 17, 2007

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