Question about Dishwashers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Flashing pot and pan light
shut off the power and see if the unit will reset. if its plugged in, it will be easy, look under the sink. if not, try a breaker.
let the power stay off for about a minute.
then back on.
if not restored, then you have logic boards that failed.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
SOURCE: Kenmore Dishwasher #15769
Try this solution first
Push the Hi-temp and then push the Sani-rinse. Go back and forth multiple times on these two buttons. I found that after a handfull of pushes that a "1" came up on the display. I continued to keep rotating the two buttons and then a "2" came up on the display and the dishwater started it's "drain" phase. I then hit cancel to clear and then I selected the cycle I wanted. The washer started up just as normal at this point.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
If it is a slow blink on the start button it's something to do with your door switch. If it's a rapid continous flashing it's prob a short in your key pad. If it flashes 7 times, pauses and then repeats you have a fault with your heating element.
If it's a short with your key pad and the unit has water in it - stopped mid cycle you can cut the power to the unit at the breaker, open the door controls up and disconnect the 14 pin key pad connection. There should be a wiring diagram in the toekick cover (at the floor). This diagram will tell you how to do various tests, disconnect the key pad. If your not a handy type person call a repair man and tell him you think youhav a short in your key pad.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
Before starting the dishwasher again, kill the excess suds by putting half a cup of MILK into the dishwasher. Sounds strange but it works. If you don't kill the excess suds, they will keep coming back until they gradually flush out, which can take several washing cycles.
Posted on May 21, 2010
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