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Dishwasher not heating

Dishwasher still not heating after changing heating element , thermostat , pc board , no power getting to thermostat .

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I am guessing the hot water is not hooked up. Depending on the type of dishwasher and the setup of you kitchen, you can try to hook it up. You will need to pull it out to fix the heating.

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