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Long Cycle times on ADP6940/5 6th Sense Dishwasher

I have a problem with my dishwasher, where when it is first turned on it shows something like 3hr 20 mins on the display for a wash cycle. This is when there is only a standard load. During the wash cycle it can sometimes add on extra time and on a bad day takes up 4 hours for a complete cycle. The dishes come out clean, but why is it taking so long to complete When the door is open after the cycle, there is plenty of steam, so I imagine it is getting to correct washing temperature. I have checked things like the filter and the sensor area in the filter base, they are spotlessly clean. I suspect it may be the micro controller board!. Are there any other sensors to check. Any help would be great as this is a real puzzle.

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Trevor

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  • trevvy Jan 17, 2008

    I have had the dishwasher for a couple of years. It has only been a problem for about a month. As suggested I have powered it off several times. It seems every time I switch it on, the display show 3hrs + cycle time. I have removed the control board and connectors and examined the board for bad soldered joints. All appears to be O.K!. I have checked the water input and it is filling O.K. When the machine is on during a cycle at times rather than counting down, the program adds more time. The program used for most washes is the 40-70 degree wash.

    So unfortunately I am still no further forward!

  • trevvy Jan 20, 2008

    I have a problem with my dishwasher, where when it is first turned on it shows something like 3hr 20 mins on the display for a wash cycle. This is when there is only a standard load. During the wash cycle it can sometimes add on extra time and on a bad day takes up 4 hours for a complete cycle. The dishes come out clean, but why is it taking so long to complete When the door is open after the cycle, there is plenty of steam, so I imagine it is getting to correct washing temperature. I have checked things like the filter and the sensor area in the filter base, they are spotlessly clean. I suspect it may be the micro controller board!. Are there any other sensors to check. Any help would be great as this is a real puzzle.

    I have some further information as shown below:-

    It has only been a problem for about a month. As suggested I have powered it off several times. It seems every time I switch it on, the display show 3hrs + cycle time. I have removed the control board and connectors and examined the board for bad soldered joints. All appears to be O.K!. I have checked the water input and it is filling O.K. When the machine is on during a cycle at times rather than counting down, the program adds more time. The program used for most washes is the 40-70 degree wash.

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It is that micro controller bord i had one did same thing to i changed that well close buddie has that same model he did it so getthat bord done

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    reaosn why steam in ther mesed bord up leaking in sumware heat issue ok

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It might not be getting enough water.
Try fully taking power off of the dishwasher and turn it on/off a couple times.

If its your board, it will take a while to fix it,first check the main settings on your front display then try locating the board and check for any switches or knobs.

Did you just get this dishwasher ?

If you've tried this things with no luck, respond with more details.

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