Question about Fisher and Paykel 23 in. DD-603SS Built-in Dishwasher

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The top dishwasher appears to be completely dead. The displat is blank and not illuminated and all buttons are unresponsive.

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  • lister_jason Jul 03, 2009

    Hi dogIt

    Thanks for taking a look at my problem.

    First of all let me tell you what I've tried so far.



    Top drawer totally dead.

    Bottom drawer reponsive but will not start wash cycle. Start button is pressed and machine beeps, a few seconds later there is a multiple beep but cycle does not start.

    I fitted a new mains filter in the bottom of the machine, this had no effect on the problems.

    I have swapped main PCB control boards from top and bottom drawers. Both controls seem to be working fine but the problem is still not resolved.

    I am ok with removing the drawer fron panels.

    Thanks,

  • lister_jason Jul 03, 2009

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Let go over step by step, since I had this problem and resolved with out spending a dime.
Is you bottom drawer working?
Are you comfortable to remove the front pannel ot the top drawer?
If not I will guide you to do this.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

  • Linh Thanh Jul 04, 2009

    You are very good to go ahead of me. You already swapped the control that what I was leading to. I wonder whether you have a chance to touch the bottom housing of both drawers to find any leak. Since if there is a leak the floor sensor would not allow either drawer to start. And I'm very sure that there is a leak leading to the display out due to short circuit hence no display.

    Let do the last round before causing the srevice.

    1-Un plug power for minimumum 24 hrs.

    2-Dry out the leak.

    3-Remove the inner tub to see the lid seal. There is a tab at either side closed to the plastic pin that you had to remove to take off the front pannel. Press this in so you can lid the ube out of the rail then careful ly turn it to but on the floor without pulling off any hose from the bottom tube.

    4- The leak is coming from the lid seal.

    5- Take off the control board that you did swap out off the connection plugs so all all bad logic can be discharged by the time you ready to put it back just before plugging in the power.

    Good luck

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Hi sir,
first thing to say is that whether it may be an short circuit between circuits,,or due to an over voltage the fuse may be burnt,,please check the control panel..back of dishwasher,,,
if u checked fuse and circuit,,and think no problem with incoming voltage ,,the control panel's capacitors or resistors may be burnt..
if so please go to a tech,,,,,
thank u,,,for using fixya

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