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How do we winterize a maytag dishwasher for 5 months per year

We turn off all utilities for winter. temperatures reach 0- 10 F.
turning on heat is not an option.

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This problem of yours should be handle by a professional on heater/cooler trying to repair it by yourself will just cause more damage because you should have a knowledge about this device so better ask a repir guy or take it to a repair center near you to avoid any problem with it...

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SOURCE: winterizing a LXIH Hobart dish washer

hi i am a hobart certified tech the only way to cancel your delime is to cancel this function in the service mode. also you must crack open the fill valve on parker valve and let the water leak out of the bonnet or the valve will split when it freezes

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SOURCE: MY GAS OVEN TOOK 2 HOURS TO REACH THE DESIRED TEMPERATURE OF 350.

the ignitor is prolly bad (not pulling enough amps)

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SOURCE: freezing temperatures effect on LCD television

Just spoke with a vizio tech and they said the temp to operate is 41 degrees F. As long as temps don't go below -4 degrees F your tv should be ok. But if you are going to turn it on the temp needs to be no lower than 41 degrees F. I would let the room and tv warm up to at least 65 to 70 before I would turn it on.

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SOURCE: left tv unplugged for a few months no tv won't turn on

The first thing to do is try to turn on the set with the remote and then when it doesn't respond go to the set and hold down the MENU and INPUT buttons at the same time until the power LED starts blinking a two sequence code. Like 2 - 4 or 1 - 2. The code will keep blinking for five or six times and stop. The blinking is the microprocessor telling you why the set is not working. We techs call that a self diagnostic function. Which this set has. Just repost your findings.

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The other method will require you to remove (pull out from under the cabinet) the dishwasher and (with power turned off!) disconnect the sump pump boot to drain the residual water out of the unit. In some models, there is a small drain plug that you can remove to drain the water out of the bottom sump (pump) section of the dishwasher.

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