Question about Dishwashers
Your fault is not the normal complaint. Question is, "are you sure it doesn't just keep on running during the heating cycle"?. My thoughts are the heating element is possibly not functioning which will disrupt the continuing of the cycle.. Check element for a resistance reading,(approx. 23ohms). Check for a thermal cut out (sometimes a little reset button found on an item with wires attached). Press until click is heard.Retry. If all this heating does happen, then there is definitely an issue with the timer being it electronic or mechanical. Please let me know if not the solution. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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