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I have a GE GSD550 series dishwasher. We had a

I have a GE GSD550 series dishwasher. We had a power outage this morning. It is now not washing correctly. It is not cycling in the correct order and it appears to try to wash, sanitize, and dry at the same time. Also, it will stop working and emit a high pitched continuous beep

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SOURCE: Kenmore Dishwasher Not Sanitizing

You don't need an additive.
The sanitized LED itself is probably out.
It will not light up if the sensor doesn't sense that the water has reached 155 F. If the dishes are getting clean, I assume the heater is working properly. You could have a failed sensor, but you would usually notice longer than normal wash times and the dishwasher getting hotter than usual.
Alternately press heat dry and hi temp scrub 4 times. This puts washer into diagnostic mode. The first thing that happens is all the LED's light up. If it lights up then it is ok and the problem is somewhere else.
If these instructions don't apply to your machine, please post the complete model number from the decal just inside the front of the tub and I will look it up for you.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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SOURCE: GE ZBD6880KOOSS

This is an unusual failure. The humming could be a motor (or valve) that has power but isn't moving. But that doesn't explain the (absence of) lights on the control panel. I suggest you call a professional.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Tecnik dishwasher keeps on washing... and washing!

the "programer" has gone

Posted on Dec 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Kenmore Quiet Guard

You dont really need it, when the washer gets done Open the door for a minute and let the steam out and shut the door dishes will then dry. the reason there still wet is because of the steam from the Hot water

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

SOURCE: Problem with GE Profile Dishwasher

My delay start switch does not work and the dishwasher beeps periodically throughout the day. Also, I have it set for a 109 minute cycle and after about 20 minutes it says that I only have 35 minutes left in the cycle! Any suggestions?

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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