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Frigidaire FFB240 dishwasher won't stop

My dishwasher won't stop. It will continue to run beyond 3 hours ... and still run if I don't stop it. This is on light cycle.

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Good Morning AA1970,

I see that you are having trouble with your Frigidaire dishwasher, model# FFB240, continuing to run unless you shut it off. While I'm not familiar with this particular model number, I suggest that you give the appliance a hard reset. You will do this by shutting the power off at the circuit breaker for at least 20-30 minutes. After restoring power, run the cycle. If it is still continuing to run unless you shut it off, I suggest contacting a local authorized technician for further assistance.

-Best Regards-
WP

Posted on Apr 04, 2014

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SOURCE: Dishwasher won't stop running.

Hello there:Its possible your thermostat may be bad, you can ohm it for continuity, take the wires off it first of course.

With the wires off you can even jump it by taping the wires together with electrical tape and run it through a cycle and see if that solves the problem
if not than i would check the heating element
If your water is hot coming into the dishwasher, it should be about 120-130 degrees, and if it is not these temps this would cause the cycle take 3 times longer to finish , then its possibly a bad heating element.
You would need to ohm your heating element for continuity, a good element should show 30 ohms or less.

Make sure the breaker is off to your dishwasher first. Its likely the electrical terminals are in the very back, so you'll likely need to pull your dishwasher out to ohm the heating element. Take the heating element wires off first before testing the element for continuity.

But first feel your heating element all around inside your dishwasher, if you feel bumps on it or pits in it, its definitely your element thats
causing your problems ok
Hope this is very helpful for yo
Best regards Michael

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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