Question about Maytag 24 in. MDBH965AW Built-in Dishwasher
2 items in need of testing are the door switch - and the main controller board/timer unit.
CLICK HERE for all the blowout diagrams of your dishwasher.
the entire handle assembly (--with switches--) is HERE
the switches alone are HERE
the Control Board is HERE
Test/replace the door switches first - as they are the cheapest, and most likely to fail. They must be removed and checked for continuity - individually.
All you can do with the control panel is verify power to and from the switch with a Digital Multimeter.
If there is no power TO the switch - the board is faulty.
It is my opinion since there is more than one problem - in your case the control board is the culprit.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2009
The dishwasher doors falls down:
You may have had a door spring break. There several different door springs, but most, if
not all dishwashers have 2 door springs. You will need to remove the
lower access panels to get at the springs. They are fairly easy
to get at and replace :-) This is a collection of some common springs used
today, link is here.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Wash Cycle Options
Delay Start (model dependent):
This option allows you to delay the start time of your dishwasher up
to 19 hours.
The Sanitize feature is available only in the Heavy, Auto, Normal and Half Load cycles. Press the
"Sanitize Option" button to activate the Sanitation features during these cycles. The technical sanitation
measures may also improve the drying results. The sanitize LED or The "Water Pipe" symbol will light when sanitation
requirements are met.
Note: The dishwasher automatically defaults to Auto Wash when turned off and back on. If you used the sanitize option
in your last cycle, the dishwasher will default to Auto Wash with the Sanitize option selected when you turn it on.
To achieve proper drying, always use a liquid rinse aid, even if your detergent contains a rinse aid or
Note: The dishwasher indicates low rinse aid by turning on the Refill Rinse Aid indicator LED (for units without
a display) or The "Spray Looking" symbol (for units with a display).
If this light is on, you need to refill the rinse aid dispenser
I got the idea that the "squiggly arrow" has something to do with the sanitize feature also. If you post your model number "on the inside right hand side of your dishwasher door" I'll go get your manual and post the link here. Hope this helps so far! :)
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