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PLD2855RFC3, we had a pwr failure, now the dishwasher won't start. The cycle buttons "pots pans, upper, lower racks operate, but the Rinse , Hi-Temp sanitze, no heat dry and of course the start buttons are all inop. The "child lock" is not activated

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First of all unplug the dishwasher from a main wall power outlet for 5 minutes.then replug in and try.this should reset the device internally.internal reset solves most of such problems.if the problem still exists just open the device back to check if something is smelling burnt like.if yes then you will need a technician to open and replace burnt control panel wires or switch.

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SOURCE: Dishwasher won't start

your motoer may by stuck jest open bottom ant tern it it will work ok

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