Question about Dishwashers
Check the voltage at the water heater. Sounds like the element is burnt out and is tripping the breaker.
If it is more then 5 years old I would check.install a new heating element.
Would also suggest you a answer is to drain the tank and remove it to inspect. Could also be a anode rod peice broke apart and is in contact with the element.
Also check the switch/thermostat. Could be grounded? long shot but don;t have to drain to check
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Posted on May 21, 2009
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