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AEG Dishwasher 54850 not heating up the water is no getting hot

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This could be the electrical element (some use the old traditional element and some (later models) use inductive heater coupled in line with the hose feeding the top sprayer arm. A test with an Ohm meter should indicate if the element is open circuit.

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