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Cycle runs too long

We had the Dish washer for 3 years now and it worked fine. Now the Cleaning Cycle runs too long

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Long cycle most likely a heater problem.. or thermo problem.. to check heat run a cycle open the door in the middle of the cycle. is a lot of steam coming out... the dishwasher has to get to 70c to advance...if it is hot .then you could have a thermo that is not telling the control to advance the thermo holds the the dishwasher until the temp reaches 70c before it will let it go into the next cycle...the thermo is under the dishwasher at the right side, white with two wires .. it screws into the tub...hope it helps it not let me know and I can help you more.

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