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Jenn-Air dishwasher dw760w has no power and standing water


The electrical panel is good in the garage, there is no GFI blown in the kitchen, there is power to all other electrical outlets in the kitchen, but I can't get to the power for the dishwasher. (I will if I need to - it's behind the unit) The dishwasher just stopped working. I didn't notice standing water in it when it died 2 months ago, I think it was dry - I remember the gel pack falling out of the door and onto the floor while I unloaded it ('cuz it wouldn't turn on) but now it's full of nasty brown water in the bottom.

I appreciate the help

Thanks!
Brandy

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Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Our Jenn Air dishwasher leaks. We notice an

There are two possibilities here. First of all make sure the latch is adjusted to close the door tight. IF not, you can adjust it using a screw driver. next, you may have to replace the gasket as these do wear out.

Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Water leaking out bottom of dishwasher door onto kitchen floor.

  1. open the bottom panel 2-4 screw
  2. take a flashlight and turn the machine on
  3. see where it come from
  4. if you need take the unit out a bit from the counter
  5. check it all around to find the sorce of the leak
  6. good luck its EZ :)

Posted on Jan 01, 2010

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SOURCE: GE Profile GSD4010202AA Built in Dishwasher acts as if no power

1. turn breaker off to diswasher. 2. remove bottom access cover. 3. remove cover over electrical connection box on right side. 4. hold each wire nut connector and firmly tug on one wire at at time to make sure none of the wires pull out of the wire connecor nuts. A loose connection here is more common than you might think.
If those are all OK, turn breaker back on and make sure you have power there. (120 volts black to white) If that was OK, then check door latch switch inside door at the top center and wires passing through door at the bottom of the door.

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