Question about Kenmore Dishwashers
Like most anything that requires a power source to function, the first place to look when it is no longer working is the electrical connection or power plug. Once you know it has power, it is a simple process of following the circuit until we find the point the electricity stops. But it isn't always that easy because we must remember, for electrical components to function, there must be a complete circuit for electrons to flow. Which means, just because we have power, doesn't mean we have an electrical circuit. For this reason, it is important when taking electrical voltage measurements to always check for voltage in reference to a neutral wire and not the frame of the unit.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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