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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Had same problem with mine. Actually bought all new middle arm assembly but as I was taking it apart to install new pieces, I noticed so much gunk in the middle swinging mechanism that I assumed that must have been the problem.. I really think the newer dishwashing tablets cause this buildup problem. Anyway, put on all new pieces and started the machine. Long story short, it worked great for about a month and then started doing the exact same thing. THE reason why the middle arm sprayer doesn't spin is that the little holes at each end (the ones that sit underneath and look like they should propel the sprayer arm ) get clogged. I bought some pipe cleaners, bent to an angle where I could come in from the top and pull out through the propellor hole and voila` the sprayer is swinging beautifully again.. I guess the only question I still have is why this started happening three to four years after I purchased the machine. Something somewheres else must not be doing its job.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
Possibly, but first, check the door switches and their cover to make sure they are OK. You will have to seperate the inner and outer halves of the door to get to them, located where the tub latch protrudes into the door.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
You said that there is power to the board. Be sure that there is volts in there, otherwise check power cord (test continuity rather than volts-it is safer and faster).
Check the door switch. If the door switch is faulty, then the dishwasher will not start the cycle. The door switch can be tested in a number of ways. One way is by jumping the switch and cycling, this is easier than reading Ohms or Volts while operating the switch.
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Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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