Question about Dishwashers
If you have 120volts at plug,chk for a breaker inside unit and again voltage inside unit at terms on cord,then if so chk motor for a breaker on the motor,some have built-in breakers,then check door interlock switch for continuity and proper operation, then if electonically controlled check for a fuse and burns on the circuit,you may have suffered a voltage spike,and do it soon,the power supplier may be liable if you can prove he disconnected the neutral and you only had 240volts,this could be a cause also as it becomes a voltage divider circuit w/o the neutral connected
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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