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No lights are on as if there is no power. Kenmore dishwasher 17462

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1st check for power at the incoming supply located behind the btm access panel. if u have a meter this can be checked. should have 110 volts if not u have an electrical problem, if u have 110 volts then id say your board may be bad. can turn off the breaker to the dishwasher wait 5 minutes then turn breaker back on, may reset board.

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The most common reason for no heating is the failure of the heating element which is located beneath the lower spray arm. Inspecting it for breaks and damage would be the first step. If you do not see obvious damage, after triple checking that poser is off to the DW, pull the kick panel from your DW and check where the heavy gauge wires connect to the two terminals of the heating element.

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I doubt it. If the unit has a mechanical timer, it is binding. If the shaft cannot be cleaned up, it will have to be replaced. Typical times are 40 minutes to an hour, depending on the cycle.

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