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Dishwasher not responding

I have a Kenmore built in dishwasher 665-15939 model. It does not start washing and goes to 'sensing' for 9 seconds, after which it simply stops, with the message, 'clean, sanitized'. Also, when I select an option, the option just flashes on and off a couple of times and then nothing happens. I have tried to turn the breaker on and off, with no results. Nothing happens when I select the 'Start' button. Any help available?

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We have a 4 yr. old built in dishwasher,model #665-15812,the lock-on light is blinking,and the wash and rinse lights are on,but if we push start ,it won't,and if we push the clear button,it won't clear,it's like it's stuck ....we've tried un-plugging,etc....any ideas,on what to do??? donnie-sue79

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The timer programer is shot , change it. Vitally

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