Question about Dishwashers
Hello. The new heating element will come with a new control board. There are no tricks to the change actually, the easiest way to change the heating element is to unhook the plumbing, electrical, and drain hose then pull it out and get to the back oc it where there are plastic nuts which hold it in place. just unscrew, remove, remove the wires that connect to the heater terminal first. Your cost should be well under 200 dollars. That said, the only other considerations are that you can get a very nice new unit these days on sale for under 500. AND these new units are incredibly quiet, use much less water, much less power and do a fabulous job. Either way good luck with it. Regards, joe
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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