Question about KitchenAid KUDS01IJ - Multiple Color Dishwasher
I have a 6 year old Kitchenaid KUDS01IJBL0. The unit has standing water in it (about an inch), it won't run, and the rinse and add-a-dish light are blinking. To reset, I've tried to unplugged it for several minutes, and have also hit the cancel button with no success. What is the problem, and is it worth repairing?
have you unpluged for 5-10mins? check manual for fault codes..genrally in rear. Sorta sounds like a drain problem...maybe...very common.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
the rinse aid compartment has to be one of the biggest things in your unit. it helps with drying process or you will have wet dishes, helps with spots, and also with the cleaning process, this is what you can do . add jet dry or rinse aid not soap .fill compartment then close door ,then raise and lower door 3times then open the compartment door and add more repeat this process until you cant add anymore. this will pull all of the air out of the dispenser and allow you to fully fill compartment . the light should go off .
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: KitchenAid 24 in. KUDI01TJ will
Hi it's hard to diagnose from symptoms described, but try this post and fix below i am pretty sure this may be whats happening with your unit? Please read right through to the bottom....
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
Remove power and keep aside for few hours, Allow the internal voltages to discharge and thus reset if there was an error on the processor.
Before the power is plugged check the door safety switch and also connections to the controller unit. check the inlet vavle and drain pump, if short is suspected remove and check.
If the fault returns then we need to suspect the processor controller board.
Posted on Oct 10, 2011
SOURCE: I have a KitchenAid mn KUDS01IJBL0 and it stopped working...no lights on controll panel...some water standing in bottom of unit...I checked to make sure it has electrical service to unit and it does..
You'll have to take the door apart to access the controls. Before you do so turn the breaker to the machine off. You will also need a voltmeter with the ability to test continuity. Once you have the power off, open the door to the machine and remove the four screws across the top, and then down the sides, this should give you access to the door latch and the main control. On the control you want to located the white block looking thing located normally near the top of the door respectively. Take the wires off and test for continuity, if its there the fuse is good but more than likely it won't be and that will be the problem. The part number for that is pt# 8193762 and can be purchased at any appliance part store. Now if the fuse is good put the door together and take the kickplate, the lower part, off and then on the right side you'll see a silver box, which you need to open to see where the power comes into the machine. Sometimes the wires get to hot and melt causing a short. If this is the case fix the wires, and if its not and the fuse is good then your control board is bad and that part number is 8528172
Posted on May 08, 2012
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