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It hasn't been used much and a couple of months ago it ran just fine. I went to do a load of dishes and it is just dead. Nothing is working. I flipped all the breakers to see if that was the problem and it was not. Is there a fuse or something that can blow?

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Flip every wall switch in your kitchen,while having door latched and turned to a run mode of some sort.be sure to check under kitchen sink for any hidden power switches as well.8 out of 10 ge d/w with this issue usually revert back to a wall switch

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