Question about Dishwashers
So today my GE dishwasher completely stopped functioning. Circuit breaker was not the issue. Opened the door by removing screws (after power is off, and watching some videos on the subject) and see that a part is loose. The part is the actuator for the switches. The actuator interacts with the door latch to activate the dishwasher when it the door is closed. When power is supplied and I manually depress the switches, the dishwasher begins to operate. So I basically just need to know the best way to reattach this actuator to the inside of the door. Aside from glue (which wouldnt last too long), or replacing the entire escutcheon, is there a simple way to securely reattach the actuator so I can wash my dishes?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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