Question about Frigidaire 24 in. FDB1050RE Built-in Dishwasher
Hello Shawn, thank you for your question!
If your dishwasher is taking too long to complete a cycle, first you need to make sure the water is 120F at the sink. If water is less than 120F it causes a delay in the performance and advancement of the timer until proper water temperature is reached. Run the sink to its hottest point, start a "pots and pans wash cycle". If that cycle runs over 4 hours, then I recommend reaching out to a service technician since more than likely the issue lies with the control board. If it runs under 4 hours it is possibly fine, it is only heat delays causing it to run so long.
Hope this helps!
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