Question about KitchenAid 24 in. KUDI02IRBS Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
Dishwasher started last night, but cut off after water filled bottom. When you push buttons there is no power.....no lights comes on. We checked electric source and power is available, but it will not turn on. Any ideas?
Sounds like a thermal fuse that is a less than $20 part. remove the top 6 screws in the door that hold the plastic front panel on. Behind that is a circuit board and a white flat 1" square fuse with two wires going to it. make sure power is off at breaker. Test with an meter to see if any current is going thru. If not, that is most likely your problem, and just follow the fuse replacement kit instructions carefully, including putting the new wires on the new fuse like they say. Otherwise, the original wires going to the fuse will blow it too.
Should take about 20 minutes.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
You might want to check the float, it might have gotten stuck, it is the round thing in the corner.
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
The problem is with the circuit or control board (not sure of the name), which is covered in the warranty (it was for us). The whole piece that holds all the buttons for settings comes off and is replaced by a new one. Then all power is restored and everything works (the question is.. for how long?).
I went directly through Maytag and they will look up the warranty info etc.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
I was able to get mine going just like new by replacing the switch panels on the front and top of the door. This model is prone to water intrusion into the panel switches due to unsealed gaps between the panels and the door housing. This causes a variety of problems and symptoms depending where the water gets in.. Mine was stuck on quick wash and didn't clean dishes very well.. I tore it apart and found a lot of water under the panel and corrosion on the ribbon cable that connects the switch panel to the control circuit board. I took a chance and ordered the $90 switch panel because it looked pretty bad. (Pics attached) The control board looks brand new and was replaced with the switches 4 yr ago under warranty. Before I installed the switch panels I put a bead of silicone around the edge of the switch panel to fill in the gap and keep water out. It's a pretty good dishwasher with a stainless tub and 4 washer blades. After the fix all the modes work and it cleans very well. I'm hoping it will last a long time with some minor maintenance. Best wishes to all. Here's a link I used as well. http://www.gcsdblogs.org/roodhouse/?p=728
Posted on Dec 16, 2013
I have a (6 mos old) Maytag QuietSeries 300 that was not draining. I found this out after I had to replace the garbage disposal. The dishwasher has a small accordion-like hose that leads to the garbage disposal for draining. I detached the hose from the garbage disposal and pushed it back through the cabinet to try to release any plugs or crimping. Leaving it unplugged, I pointed the hose into a large pan and closed the dishwasher, and turned it on the "rinse only" cycle. After it started, I hit the "cancel" button. This began the pump to drain the water. It worked! The water began flowing through the hose again! It took 2 pans exchanging water from the hose, but finally drained completely. Hopefully, this will work for you.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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