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Dishwasher sticking to one cycle

Does not wash a full cycle

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HI, this will occur when the timer module is malfunctioning. the timer module will need to be replaced asap, if possible. the mechanism has failed.

This applies to the newer model with control boards as well. the timer module and, control boards are principal initiators of the entire wash cycle and, if in anytime, they fail to advance the cycle properly, they must be replaced.

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