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My Whirlpool ADG 7340 beeps continually when the door is shut and will start a washing cycle

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sounds like the door is losing contact with the door switch, first thing i would check is the door strike.Metal strike plate located on the tub itself that the door latch catches as it closes. its a spring metal striker, i would try bending it down a little bit to ensure better contact with the switches inside the door itself . next id open the control panel and check to make sure your door switches are secured well, wires are tight.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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Hi,
First try taking the inner door panel off on the control bd will be a ribbon there is a tiny black or white plastic you pull up to unlock the ribbon pull the ribbon off and gently clean it with a pencil eraser and reconnect it see what happens then..

Also Try to "Hard Reset" the machine which can be done by Unplugging the device for 10 minutes and then connect it back

If all the above fails then you need to call a service man in order to replace the TImer completely!..Thank you..

Please post back for how things turned or for further assistance..!

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Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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SOURCE: whirlpool adg 7550 starts cycle then beeps and

6 flashes indicates water intake fault ie machine is saying it has not filled with water within the required time.
-Check inlet hose not kinked or blocked.
-Next, check inlet valve is OK (check with ohm meter-should read approx 4k ohms). If no circuit thru valve, replace.
-Could also be fault with water indicator switch (much harder to access and diagnose- located underneath sump on right hand side).
-I have also had this occur because of a faulty flow meter. Flow meter measures the volume of water as machine fills. Flow meter is large plastic chamber located on left hand side of machine (accessed by removing left hand side panel). It has a sensor on the bottom with 2 blue wires. Unfortunately again, very hard to test this component without specialist equipment.
Hope this is some help- not sure how technically minded you are, but checking inlet hose for kink/obstruction is a good place to start, then advise calling service technician unless you are a confident DIYer

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: whirlpool dishwasher ADG 7550. Starts

high i have the adg7550 and the beeping again and again is the water sensor inside the left hand side.apparentley taking the plug off and cleaning contacts solves the problem this did work for me twice but now its being a pig.hope this helps.

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