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I have a Miele G2830sci dish washer since brand new, used twice a week in a domestic environment. I am very dissatisfied with this dishwasher because the front control panel (touch screen, no buttons) became unresponsive after six years, outside the warranty. I had the panel replaced (part was AUD$290 and labour/callout fee $210) and the dishwasher was working properly again for another 3 years. Now the same issue is appearing again. I believe that these control panels only have a relatively short lifespan relative to the other parts of the machine. The touch pane becomes unresponsive, or erratic to respond to your touch when the panel is warm, typically towards the middle or end of the cycle when the hot wash or drying is occurring. The panel would be OK when cold. But give it enough time and even when cold, it would no longer work properly. It looks like this panel only has a short useful working life relative to the rest of the machine, based on my direct first hand experience. Not good.
open up the inner door shell after powering down the unit from the power source,wiggle and remove and replace all ribbon cable connections on the electronic control panels and any other connections you can see,moisture corrodes these connections after years and removing and re-installing these will sometimes wipe off any corrosion for a better connection to the machine the screws are on the inside of the door to access the control panel
With a non responsive remote that would be inpossiable you need to replace the control board inside around $100 bucks then you can have a good tv again but to get to the service menu your controll has to be working.
Hello ChupacabraV2, This is a scene from some horror movie. I bet , if you unplug it, the TV will still be on!!....Just messing with you. Its been several days since you posted this problem. Please post update if there is any change. I don't think you have the TV on all this time. Let us know