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Ge dish washer just installed. First run. All lights working but cycle will not start. Error beeps indicate door not closed but it is.

Brand new just delivered. Purchased from Home Depot. I installed myself. Panel lights are working but cycle will start. After a few seconds it beeps 3 times and repeats that every minute or so. Troubleshooting guide says that door is not closed. Door is firmly closed. Reset power. Retried several times. No problems during installation. Appliance not dropped or jarred. Door not wretched. Could it be the door closed sensor? Thanks

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That is exactly what the problem is. There is a switch on the door latch, it is not showing the door is latched. Could be bad switch, loose hardware or not connected,

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