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I have a KDS-18 dishwasher, and had been working fine until recently. Now it keeps going into a Sani cycle even though I have selected normal wash. Anyway to reset the unit?

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In your onwer mannual there is a number call kitchen aid they will walk you through the steps to reset your unit

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If a replacement timer is unavailable your existing timer can be rebuilt

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I have a kitchen aid kds18 and i need a timer.

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