Hi i have a dishlex dx302 i have power on the active side of the heater however on the nuetral side which is switched by a relay on the control panel the relay is not pulling in to supply nuetral to the heater the relay tests fine but it is not getting current to the low voltage side to make it work i prosume there is a thermerstat input some where. Can you help if not do you know where i can get a circuit diagram.
Kind reg Kevin
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Re: water not getting hot
There is no thermostat but there is a temp sensor (ntc probe). if you check the Resistance between terminal g5 and g6 you should get 6.03 k ohm at 20 degrese Celsius. it sounds to me like the control board needs replacing. i can send you a wiring diagram and full diagnostics in pdf format if you give me an email address
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It is a long way from my heater to the washer. Hot water is essential to the operation of any model machine. I always get hot water to the sink (by running the hot water, of course) before I start the washer. I can tell when I fail to do this.
Just a thought, I hope this aids your situation.
Of course your washer heater may have failed ... You can check it using a volt/ohm meter.
Hi, Yes I had the same problem. One of the solder joints on the relay was cracked but hardly visable. Resoldered it and no problems. How to do it: Make sure you turn off the power at the wall and pull out the plug. To get to the circuit board remove the screws on the inside top of the door and pull out the front panel (where the buttons are). Press the little clips and the white box containing the circuit board comes free. Remove all the plugs and lever open the small clips holding the box shut. After you open the box pull the circuit board up and have a look at the contacts under the black little box (relay). Use a soldering iron and some flux cored solder and redo the joints. Put it all back together and turn on to see how it goes. Worked for me. All the best......
My son fixed this problem with our DX302 dishwasher only this morning. Now works fine and hot. Found the solution on this site posted 11 august 2008 from dishwasher dishlex dx302wb no hot water. There are photos to help you. Take out the circuit board in the top of door and resolder the points on left hand side of green board there are 2 long solders and a half moon. The problem is at the top of the 2 long solder lines. Do not replace your element. There is a fault with the circuit boards on this model 302. I want to thank all the posters for helping me fix my no hot water problem.
I have a Dishlex 302 which had this fault. Initially I thought it was the inline heater element and replaced it. It seemed to work but later no hot water again. Someone here put me on to the problem.
There is a dry joint in the control board in the top of the door. This controls the relay which powers up the heater.
Unplug it from the mains (very important) and undo the screws around the top of the door (don't take the door right off!) you will be able to wiggle off the front panel containing the electronics. The control board is ealiy disconnected an removed from the machine in its protective plastic cover. Have a look around the PCB and you will see the dry joint.
Resolder with rosin core (electronic) solder, reassemble and you should have hot water.
it sounds like the control board is faulty. have you checked for dry solder joints on the control board? also it is important the check the resistance of the taco on the wash motor. last of all don't worry to much about the 2k ohms of the temp sensor as it can vary lots depending on the temperature.
if you give me ur email i can send you the service manual and wiring diagram.
Found I had no hot water in my Dishlex DX302 and did a google search and
found this page.
My problem was found to be the same as the others; one of the solder
joints on the relay on the control board had arced off.
You could see the burn mark on the board and cover where it had been
Soldered it back together, and now it seems to be going good again.
Now my only problem is a damaged door seal, which means a small water
leak; I have used part of a rubber glove to bridge the gap, and it
reduces the water leak.