Question about Whirlpool GU2400XTP Built-in Dishwasher
Probably not. BUT the tenant may be opening the door before the rinse/dry cycles are complete. You can change the water temp selection by changing the wash setting. settings like "high temp" and "pots and pans" on most machines will wash in hotter water. try closing the door and press and hold the start button. that might pump out remaining water. also Make sure drain hose (under the sink) has not been moved.
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I HAD THIS SAME PROBLEM. TRY PUSHING THIS SEQUENCE OF BUTTONS: HEATED DRY, NORMAL, HEATED DRY, NORMAL. THIS RESET MY PANEL AND IT IS WORKING NORMALLY NOW. I FOUND THIS SUGGESTION ON ANOTHER SITE.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
SOURCE: clean light flashing
Here is the solution to your problem. Push in this order, High temp, heat dry, high temp, heat dry, all the lights will begin to blink. After they stop, the dishwasher will start. Press cancel twice.
Posted on May 10, 2008
There is a small replacable part on the control panel circuit board which is like a fuse. It actually is a temperature fuse and it blows when the environment gets too hot for the circuit board. Unplug the dishwasher and take the door apart so you can see the circuit board. If you trace the power wires one of them leads to a little white module with 2 electrical tabs. Unplug the 2 wires and unsnap the module. You can check it with an ohm meter. IF its good the meter will register almost a short. f it's bad it will be open. The parts place I went to didn't even need a model number and he says he goes through a lot of them.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
The blinking clean light is an interruption in the dishwasher program that usually indicates a component problem or program malfunction. If a component is defective, it's usually attributed to the heating cycle or thermostat failure. To rule out component failure, or program error, the following link explains how you may be able to clear the blinking clean light problem and possibly avoid a service call:
Keep in mind all dishwashers are not alike and have different panel options. If you do not have the same set up that I have mentioned, the tech sheet for your dishwasher will explain the touch pad functions. The tech sheet is located behind the lower toe panel under the door and lists the proper sequence of buttons to push for diagnostics and troubleshooting. Just remove the screws that hold the panel in place and remove.
NOTE: Sometimes the tech sheet is located behind the inner door panel. You will need to remove the screws securing the inner panel to access it if this is the case. Make sure you turn off the main power breaker before doing so.
In many cases, I found this to be a momentary glitch in operation. If the problem keeps reoccuring the number of flashes is an indication of WHICH circuit is causing your problem. As all dishwashers differ in operation and features, refer to your tech sheet for the recommended troubleshooting steps.
NOTE: Some dishwashers use the Sani-Rinse/Air Dry combination, some use the Sani-Rinse/Heated Dry combination. Some use a sequence of three, others use a sequence of 5 pushes of the buttons. If the tech sheet is not located behind the lower toe panel, it should be affixed somewhere under the dishwasher. I have also found them located inside the inner door panel. Please post back and let me know if you still need assistance.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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Mar 17, 2017 | HIS Computers & Internet
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From the information you have provided your Frigidaire dishwasher leak while in the wash cycle. This could be a leak within your gasket, drain hose, or drain pump. You can review the gaskets and the drain hose to make sure there is no visible damage. If you are unable to locate any issues I would suggest contacting a technician for proper repairs. This can help prevent any housing damage or future issues with the dishwasher. -Matt
Mar 09, 2015 | Frigidaire Dishwashers
Thank you for your inquiry, friend!
I see that you are experiencing issues with your Frigidaire dishwasher only washing and draining. This could be a possible issue with your sensor or control panel. You should attempt a reset to see if that could help clear any miscommunications within your dishwasher. In order to reset your dishwasher you need to disconnect power from it for roughly ten minutes. Hopefully this helps to correct your issue. -Matt
Mar 01, 2015 | Frigidaire Dishwashers
Hello friend, thanks for your post!
I see you are having difficulty with your Frigidaire dishwasher not draining. Check the filter at the bottom of the dishwasher because if that gets clogged then it will not allow your dishwasher to drain properly. Additionally, check to assure that the sump pump is hooked up correctly to allow proper siphoning of your dishwasher. If that is correct it could be a potential problem with your control panel or drain pump and I would recommend consulting with a professional technician for proper diagnosis and repair. I hope this helps to some degree. -Matt
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