Our model 665 SN#15919001 dishwasher door just caught fire, I assume it is the latch switch from what I have been reading. I do not see any recalls on this. We are very luck we were not running this while asleep or away.
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There is a thermal fuse located in the control panel that is probably blown out. Open
the control panel by removing the 6 screws around the top inside of the
door. The thermal fuse is located on the top right side. Remove the
wires from the fuse. Use a volt neter set for continuity to test the
fuse. No reading is a bad fuse. This link will show the fuse.
This is a serious issue, you may need to contact the manufacturer about it. Check for recalls as your dishwasher is basically a fire hazard. There is a fan in the door that may caught fire or the door latch mechanism caught fire. Perhaps another part caught fire.
I also may recommend you to open a claim with the manufacturer about smoke damages or any other damage that your property may have.
It sensed a problem in the heater circuit. try this sequence to reset the code. If it comes back again you will have to determine a cause.
The reset sequence used was reported to be the following:
1) Crack the door open.
2) Within 3 seconds press the following sequence - Hi Temp Scrub, Energy Saver Dry, Hi Temp Scrub, Energy Saver Dry
3) Close and latch the door
4) Press the cancel button (the circle with the triangle in it)