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My dishwasher will work only on "baked on cookware" cycle. What is wrong??

Model KUDS01IJ It does not work on any cycle other than "baked on cookware"

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Your timer or control unit whatever you want to call it has probably failed.

Posted on Dec 14, 2014

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Hopefully you have resolved your issue. I have not heard of the cancel light flashing issue. I have had problems with the clean light flashing seven times over and over and the control panel will not operate. Here is the solution to that. Maybe it will work for your issue as well.

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