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The steam has gotten into the keypad display and fried it. Call Fridgidaire and let them know you've seen numerous people on the internet with the same problem and that you need part# 154554401 It worked for me.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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SOURCE: My Frigidaire dishwasher leaks the rinse agent

it may leak because:
1. Seal is bad. (o-ring?)
2. a spring on mechanism may be loose, missing or broken.
3. the container that holds the fluid may be cracked.

find schematic and parts for you model number here:
appliancepartspros.com

Posted on Nov 02, 2009

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SOURCE: PLD4555RFC: Low Rinse Agent Light Will Not Go Out

I've disconnected the sensor in the dispenser for my new Frigidaire dishwasher. The setup is too unreliable in my opinion and is a potential source of headaches. I had the same problem. I studied the design and it's too easy for the floating magnet sensor in the rinse aid reservoir to stick thereby not actuating what is called a reed switch to toggle the control card LO ckt light. Mine has the electronic control front panel.

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it may leak because:
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find schematic and parts for you model number here:
appliancepartspros.com

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The steam has gotten into the keypad display and fried it. Call Fridgidaire and let them know you've seen numerous people on the internet with the same problem and that you need part# 154554401 It worked for me.

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I've disconnected the sensor in the dispenser for my new Frigidaire dishwasher. The setup is too unreliable in my opinion and is a potential source of headaches. I had the same problem. I studied the design and it's too easy for the floating magnet sensor in the rinse aid reservoir to stick thereby not actuating what is called a reed switch to toggle the control card LO ckt light. Mine has the electronic control front panel.

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