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Elecrolux wt50 glasswasher.everything heats up and fills up but as soon as i close the lid down it will trip the hotel fuses .waht can cause this?

This macnine has run fine for years

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  • simon daniels Mar 20, 2014

    thanks where can i get a wiring diagram fo it

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There is a short circuit in the electric system in the dishwasher. As soon as you shut the hood, the circuit is completed and causes the breaker to trip.

You will need a technician to find the leaky part. Most likely the water is leaking into the motor / pump area causing a short circuit.

Best to disconnect from the mains and check for leaky gaskets. I believe this uses a 3 phase 400V which can be converted to single phase. So also make sure there is no unbalance in the mains power phases if you are using 3 phase supply.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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When I put the top down as it clicks in it trips the mains lve tried different plugs in the house with the same result


YOUR CIRCUIT BREAKER MAY BE A RCD SET TO TRIP AT
250 M-AMPS VERY SENSITIVE
TO ME IT LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE A ELECTRICAL COMPONENT OR CABLE SHORTING TO EARTH ,COULD BE SOME DAMP GOT IN SOME WHERE AND IS CAUSING A VERY SMALL ELECTRICAL LEAKAGE, HENCE TRIPPING THE CIRCUIT BREAKER. OR IT COULD BE A COMPONENT FAULT
PROBLEM COULD BE THE LID SWITCH ,GOT WET OR FAULTY, AND IT COULD BE COMPONENT AS PUMP OR MOTOR , AFTER YOU USUALLY CLOSE THE LID WHAT HAPPENS NEXT, DOES IT START FILLING WITH WATER/ COULD BE WATER SOLENOID VALVE FAULTY , WHAT I AM TRYING TO SAY IF YOU CAN REMEMBER WHAT HAPPENS AS SOON AS THE LID IS SHUT ,THAT'S WHAT MAYBE THE THING THAT IS SHORTING OUT, OR IF NOTHING HAPPENS WHEN YOU CLOSE LID NORMALLY UNTIL YOU SET UP CONTROLS
THEN THE PROBLEM COULD BE THE LID SWITCH OR WIRING TO IT FROM PROGRAMMER HOPE THIS IS SOME HELP. PS LEAVE IT OVER NIGHT TO DRY OUT IT MAY CLEAR IT'S SELF. GOOD LUCK

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Fisher paykel cross draining


As the drawers share a common outlet to the kitchen sink drain, it is the drain water from bottom drawer going to top drawer. Can happen if the drain hoses are not following the correct specifications for installation. An air gap kit is available to solve the problems.

Refer
http://www.genuineapplianceparts.net/product/WT50/WT50-Dual-Air-Gap-Kit/?preadd=action&key=WT50

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Washer won't start


see the instruction. God bless you

  1. No power to the washerMake sure there's power getting to the washer. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power. Sometimes the power cord disconnects at the washer, if this is the case, the wiring must be repaired or replaced.
  2. Lid switchThe washing machine may not function if the lid switch is defective. The switch is usually located near the door. Replace if found defective.

Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/repair-help/washer-repair-help.html#1#ixzz2Ze5OnT54
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Project S35 glasswasher won't start. Fills with


see this possible causes:
Power from the house
see the c.breaker is tripper or blown fuse
Door switch
test for open or defective
Wiring
test for broken, loose , burn
Timer or selector switch:
test for open or defective.
Test the relais if are closing otherwise do not start the main motor see the diagram

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As soon as we close down the lid the circuit breaker trips off ! our model is the 505048 passthrough dishwasher ck 0777


There is a short circuit in the electric system in the dishwasher. As soon as you shut the hood, the circuit is completed and causes the breaker to trip.

You will need a technician to find the leaky part. Most likely the water is leaking into the motor / pump area causing a short circuit.

Best to disconnect from the mains and check for leaky gaskets. I believe this uses a 3 phase 400V which can be converted to single phase. So also make sure there is no unbalance in the mains power phases if you are using 3 phase supply.

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Water is on the bottom of the top dishwasher


The 2 drains from both tube was connected to the same air Gap causing a back fill. the rubber flapper inside the dishwasher drain outlet is a poor design not strong enough to resist the pressure from the back fill. Don't waste money to buy these flappers for replacement, since they don't work. What you need is to buy a Air Gap with built in divert valve to install at the drain hoses from both tube to the air gap. Youe will have no problem like that afterward.
Here is the link to order.
http://www.fisherpaykelparts.net/product/WT50/WT50-Dual-Air-Gap-Kit/

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The dishwasher top drawer is leaking all over the floor during the cycle. When the top drawer is running, It fills up the the bottom of bottom drawer with water also and then neither drawer drains...


Fisher and Paykel design a air gap kit to prevent the water back flowing to the other while one is running. it really works and worth of your money. You need to change the lid seal and a pair of actuators from the top drawer. Because of the leak then the floor switch activated not allowing a complete cycle. Need to dry out the wetness from the bottom housing of both top and lower drawers by pulling the tubes out and accessing from the left side with small tower until it completely dry. Here is a link to buy air gap kit http://www.fisherpaykelparts.net/product/WT50/WT50-Dual-Air-Gap-Kit/

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Dryer is spinning and blowing it just does not heat up


I had this exact same problem. My wife pushed our dryer back and kinked the exhaust hose, causing the dryer to overheat. It turns out that some red switch needed to be reset. You will need to remove the two screws that hold down the top shroud. (Not the actual lid, but what the lid sits on when it is closed.) Next you need to remove 2 more screws (i think it's 2) that hold closed the front panel of the dryer. Once you can get this to flip forward, you should see the reset switch down towards the bottom. Push it and close everything up and you should be in good shape. Hope this helps.

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The hi limit must be tripped. Open the door and find a swich that has a really small red button on it and push it in. If it clicks, it was tripped. If not, with the door open bend way down and look up whare the top of the door is when closed. You will find a small black fuse holder. Push up as you turn, and pull out. Check to see if the fuse is blown, if it is replace with the SAME SIZE & RATING. DO NOT USE TIN FOIL.

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