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IAG Dishwasher Model:ARDIG0 non standard error

Our IAG Dishwasher Model:ARDIG0 is displaying two reverse L's on the indicator panel. This has happenened perviously but we got it up and running by pressing multiple buttons on the control panel randomly. But now its back, has anyone seen this before.

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hi there,

PF stands for power failure. the first you should do is check your house breaker and make sure that you did not trip the fuse.

Does anything run? Can you hear the motor running? If not, you have no power coming into the machine. In this case it's the main control board that needs to be replaced.

If the motor hums, it means you have power to the d/w, in that case you need to replace the touchpad.

thanks

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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I have a Kenmore Elite model 665.15962990. I have had it for 8 years. A few days ago the touch panel seemed to go dead and so did the LED. After pushing the buttons several times the motor kicked on, but the washer behaved strangely. The LED displayed what looked like Klingon.

After looking through the Repair Parts Lists with its exploded view of the washer components, I narrowed the problem down to either the power module (part # 9744031), the console assembly which includes the button touchpad (part # [white = 3384101], [bisque = 3384150], [black = 3384100]), or the dual light display a.k.a. LED (part # 3383825).

I took the washer apart because I was told I can't return the power module and it costs roughly $150 at my local appliance repair shop. In looking at everything, the power module is the most likely candidate. The LED is a separate unit and is powered by the power module. The buttons are the same way. Since both of those separate components are behaving strangely, my best guess is the power module is not powering either of them correctly.

Also I found this link: http://www.askmehelpdesk.com/appliances/kenmore-dishwasher-not-working-all-27100.html

I hope this helps someone.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

SOURCE: control panel lights blinking

I have the same dishwasher with the same problem, try pushing the delay/resume button, then the drain/off button. When the lights go off start your wash cycle.

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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