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if you are getting no lights on the display and assuming you have mains power getting into the dishwasher, the problem could be on the power control board located at the top part of the door module under the display panel. Refer the control panel diagram item K253
You have to be careful when handling the dishwasher. Make sure it is disconnected from the main power and the water inlet is turned off. If in doubt call the service technician. You are still covered by parts warranty for 2-5 years (depending on part) See warranty policy in operators manual
The problem is most likely that there is still water residue at the bottom of your machine. If the machine is not fully drained it picks up some of the residue and sprays that onto the dishes during the final rinse, leaving an unhealthy and unsightly film on everything.
Remove the bottom strainers and make sure that there is nothing obstructing the outlet pipe and the pump. If possible back flush through the outlet pipe and try draining the machine again before using it again.
Hello there and thank you for choosing fixya Ok there are acouple of things that can be checked on this along with what you have already checked Drain solenoidBeneath
some dishwashers, there's a timer-activated drain solenoid (an
electro-magnetic coil) that opens a drain valve, to drain the wash water
through a hose and out to the house's plumbing waste system. If this is failing it will not allow the water to drain from the machine fully TimerDishwashers
have a timer behind the main control panel at the front top of the
dishwasher, or behind the lower access panel. It is either a mechanical
device like a simple clock, or it's completely electronic with just a
digital readout. The timer runs the dishwasher in a pre-determined
pattern. It provides the electricity to all of the dishwasher components
at the correct time, for the correct length of time.
When you remove the bottom panel cover, check the wiring connection inside the junction box on the right for a loose or shorted wire. If that's ok, open up the console and check the continuity of the thermal fuse that's clipped to the control board. Chances are it needs to be replaced. Good luck!
Your question is: New dishwasher was working prerfectly and now it will not power up. You checked the breaker it's fine and I checked the outlet for power. The dishwasher will not power up. There was water at the bottom of the tub so you took out the filter removed the water and cleaned out the drain pump. Still no power. Any suggestions on what to do next?
I see this all the time! Your problem is electrical. 9 times out of 10 you'll find a loose, broken or burnt connection in the junction box. Turn off the breaker first, we're not going to get a shock. Look under the d/w and behind the kick plate. You'll find a small metal box on the right or center. Remove the screw. You'll then find the hard wire connections we're looking for. Take wire nuts off one at a time (so we don't confise them). Inspect carefully. Replace wire nuts and restrip wire ends as nessessary. Test the unit before replacing box and plate, there's a chance you might have missed something. Confirm d/w is working then recover.
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It sounds like the thermal fuse in the control console has blown.
Turn power off to unit.
Remove the outer door panel and then the console.
Remove the black plastic cover from over the circuit board if it has one.
You should see the thermal fuse clipped to the circuit board housing.
If you have an ohm meter, check for continuity across it, it should read closed.
If you don't have a meter, unplug the wires from it and and hook them together.
Turn power back on to unit, hold door switches down and cancel cycle. The washer should drain the water.
If this doesn't work, check your door switches to make sure they are closing properly.