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Mid cycle stop

The unit will not progress past either of three spots on the programme timer. If left alone it will continue with that part of the cycle forever.

The locations on the Control knob are :-
- 2 spots a click apart 1/2 way between 5 and 6.
- just past 6.

By moving the control knob along into the cycle just past the stopped point the machine continues the cycle.

The unit also gets extremely hot.

Is this a programme control timer or thermostat problem

Hoping you can assist

thanks

Max Hearne maxhearne@optushome.com.au

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Thankyou I have fixed the problem. The dual thermostat with the comon connection was faulty. This prevented the timer motor from operating.

thanks again.

Max Hearne - Sydney Australia

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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The thermostats need replacing thers 3 of them you can get to them from the front its better to take the door skin off first so you can see better then take the lower panel off.the thermostats are on the right hand side underneath.

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My Smeg pl 622-x dishwasher,(no digital display - just a mechanical timer) wouldn't advance past any heat part of a cycle ie a heated wash or drying. The thing just got hotter and went on for hours.Turned out to be a broken thermostat in the bottom of the tub. Replaced it and all worked perfectly.

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