There were roaches coming out of the unit. I could not remove the washer all the way out of the cabinet. I opened up the door and removed the stainless steel outer panel and got rid of the roaches. I placed the panel back but when I tried putting on the washer the unit will not start. There is no function at all. I can see the power cord of the unit either.
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Re: FDB956RBC0 - Dish Washer
Seameat, you have a power issue. It is possible that when you pulled the unit that you frayed or shorted the power lead. Reset your breaker first. Tjhen, pull the unit and inspect. Oh, and shut off that breaker first. If the breaker is on when you start (it could be that it tripped), it must be shut off in order to reset it.
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just need to on do the unit from the two screws that hold the top of the dish washer in,,,make sure you have enough hose and power cord to pull the unit out just a little ways,,,but it is always best to unplug the dish washer,,,but the unit needs to be pulled out and the springs just need to be hook back on towards the bottom of the dish washer,,,always work safe,,unplug the dish washer. water and electrical never works together
Disconnect power then remove
the three screws attaching the lower front access panel to the cabinet
then pull the panel down and off the cabinet. You can prop up the bottom
front edge of the washer or cushion and lean it against the wall to
access and remove the screws more easily.
the panel is off, reach up along the inside of the front panel and
locate the bottom of the door lock and switch assembly on the right
side. Locate the tear-drop shaped tab then gently pull it down until a
click is heard, and then open the door.
The door lock and switch assembly may need to be replaced if the problem persists. The replacement procedure is here.
Have you cleaned out the screen in the bottom of the dish washer. Sometime's food will get in the drain there past screen to stop the drain up. That would be the first place to check.You could use a shop vac to get up excess water to get to drain to clean out inside unit.
If this doesn't help I have included a little information on how to remove dishwasher from cabinet to acess drain line.
If you can't acess the drain line you may have to take dish washer loose and slide out to get to it. To do this remove 2 screws that are connected from tabs's near the top of the door under the cbainet top.
Open door and look up and there should be two metal tabs with screws in them holding the washer in place. Next you will need to shut water off and disconnect the water line which will be located near the left front at bottom once you take the removable panel loose.
Also shut power off to washer and you may have to disconnect the power supply if it isn't enough wire to pull unit out. If you if has enough wire and water line you maybe able to get it out without disconecting them.
On the back side of the pump the drain line is connected to it. You may be able to take it loose from underneath, not much room if it can be taken loose with unit in place .
Anyway I hope that I have included something that maybe of some help to you.
Unscrew the drain pump filter counterclockwise to remove it from the pump assembly. If it cannot be removed, you need to replace the pump casing (part #3108ER1001B) and the pump filter (part #383EER2001A).
Disconnect power to the washer prior to servicing to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Remove the two screws at the rear of the top panel attaching it to the cabinet. Slide the panel rearward then lift it off the washer.
Disconnect the control panel wiring harness from the main board assembly. Pull the dispenser drawer out until it stops then press the locking tab and pull the drawer out completely.
Remove the two screws from the drawer opening then lift the left side of the console and pull it off the cabinet.
Remove the three screws from the upper part of the front panel and the screw from the filter cover.
Insert a putty knife blade or similar flat tool in both sides of the filter cover then pull it out of the cabinet. Remove the screw from the lower side of the front panel.
Open the washer door and remove the wire and spring holding the door gasket to the outer lip of the door opening. Stretch the spring with a pair of needle-nose pliers to clear the wire off the lip of the door opening then remove the wire and spring assembly.
Peel off the door gasket into the drum then tilt the front panel and disconnect the door switch wiring harness from the door switch terminals. Lift the front panel and remove it from the cabinet.
Compress the spring clamps holding the pump inlet and outlet hoses then move the clamps away from the pump casing.
Remove the two screws securing the pump to the base of the washer. Press down the tab at the back of the pump assembly and push the assembly into the washer then lift the pump assembly up and out of the washer. Remove the hoses from the pump assembly.
Unscrew the pump from the casing and inspect the impeller for any damage. Rotate the impeller to check whether there's restriction. Replace the pump (part #4681EA2001D) if the impeller is broken or does not rotate freely.
Install the pump assembly and reassemble the washer by reversing the given disassembly steps.
The door lock and switch assembly has failed. You may actually hear it click several times before the code appears. If not, it may not be receiving power or signal from the central control unit to activate.
Disconnect power to the washer to avoid electric shock.
Remove the three screws from the rear of the top panel attaching it to the cabinet then slide the panel rearward, and then lift it off the cabinet.
Disconnect the third and the fourth from right, facing the front of the washer, wiring harness connectors from the central control unit. Clean the connector terminals thoroughly then reseat it several times to ensure a good connection between them. Do the same with the connector second from the top on the left side of the central control unit.
After ensuring that the connectors are properly connected, slide the top panel back in place, and then secure it the three attaching screws.
The next thing to do is visually check the door lock and switch assembly for physical damage.
Remove the wire and spring assembly that holds the door gasket to the lip of the door opening. Use a pair of needle-nose pliers to stretch the retaining spring then remove it together with the wire.
Gently peel the part of the door gasket near the door lock/latch
assembly off the lip of the right side of the door opening. Remove
enough of the door gasket to access the door lock/latch assembly behind
the front panel.
Remove the three screws securing the door
lock/latch assembly to the front panel and slightly lift it then pull it
back off the front panel.
Pull the door lock/latch assembly out
of the washer and disconnect the wiring harness. Clean the terminals and reseat it several times.
To replace the door lock and switch assembly (part #8182634); connect the wires properly then secure the assembly into position behind the front panel with the three securing screws.
Put the eased part of the door
gasket back in place over the lip of the door opening.
that the door gasket is properly seated before securing it with the retaining wire and spring around the lip of the door opening and the
First unplug washer. There are two screw in the back of the console, left and right side, going down into the cabinet. Remove these screws, stand in front of the machine and rotate the console toward you and up and it will hinge backwards. Now there are 2 odd looking brass color clips on the left and right side going from the back into the cabinet, insert a flathead screwdriver into the clip on the cabinet side rotate screwdriver to the back of the washer and it will depress like a spring and come off. The door switch is plugged in from the back going to the cabinet. Unplug from the cabinet. Open the lid and rotate the whole cabinet toward you until it reaches a 45 degree angle. Watch carefully how the cabinet comes off to aid in reassembling. Pull the cabinet away from the washer. You will now have access to work on the washer. Good luck.
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Removing the Washer Top
Three screws secure the washer top at the back of the washer. Remove the three screws and lift the top from the washer.
Removing the Console from the Cabinet
Disconnect the Touch Pad/LED Assembly ribbon connector from the left
side of the Central Control Unit and release it from the wiring harness
brackets on the right side of the washer top
Remove the detergent dispenser drawer by pressing down on the release
tab at the back of the drawer and pulling it completely out of the
Once the drawer is removed, remove the screw in the recessed hole next
to the drawer opening. Release the tab securing the right side of the
console to the washer
Open the washer door and place a flat-bladed screwdriver into the slot
in the bottom center of the console. Push the console up to release
center console tab. Be sure the ribbon cable clears the cabinet frame.
Removing the Touch Pad/LED Assembly from the Console
The Touch Pad/LED Assembly is removed as a single unit and contains the
Push Buttons, LEDs, cable, etc. The buttons can be replaced separately
Follow these steps:
1. Open dispenser on top and remove screws.
2. Remove the door and screws opposite the door around the door opening. Front panel should come off.
I'm trying to remember if the motor control board is in the cabinet, or under the console. Some washing machines now have the control board under the console. Just in case you open up the front casing and don't find what you're looking for, you can also remove the screws from the back of the console and it should lift up. Let me know if this helps you.