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Whirlpool adp 7966. start light flashing, Dishwasher programs not responding.

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I had this problem at home too, it turned out to be a kink in the water outlet pipe. I straightened out the kink in the pipe, put duct tale around it to strenghten it and the dishwasher has been working perfectly since.

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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SOURCE: my dishwasher model adp 941 won't start - start led flashes

exactly the same problem today with an AD9520

Don't know the cause but from reading other posts re dishwasher problems I tried holding start but on for 5 - 10 seconds and it seemed to clear the symptoms at least. It ran for a short while and stopped but the flashing had stopped and I could start a wash cycle which is now running!

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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SOURCE: Can someone please help, my start light has just

OK I SOLVED MY PROBLEM. I HAVE TAKEN IT TO THE TIP. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING I COULD DO TO FIX THE PROBLEM. WHIRLPOOL WERE ABSOLUTELY HOPELESS, SO HAVE DECIDED NOT TO BUY ANOTHER ONE FROM THEM AGAIN. HAVE NOW BOUGHT AN LG - SO THAT WILL BE ARRIVING IN 7 - 10 DAYS. HAVE JUST PUT AN AXE THRU THE OLD ONE, AT LEAST THAT HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM NOW.

THANKS FOR NO COMMENTS REALLY APPRECIATED. NOT

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Green Lights flashing, Whirlpool D/Washer not responding

Well I contacted a couple of techy guys I know and they were not familiar with the dishwasher. I then called the outlet we had purchased from to see if they could refer us to a service technician. I explained what I wanted and the woman on the phone asked what the problem was - she then asked me to close the door of the dishwasher and hold down the start button for 30-40 seconds to see what happens, which I did. At about the 30 second mark the machine started. She said it was likely that someone had interrupted the last cycle and we had effectively reset it. It ran a further 30 seconds to complete that last part of the interrupted cycle and has been fine ever since. My wife took them a box of chocolates the next day. Shows to go ay? Kind regards Peter

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Hi i have a Whirlpool adp 7966 dishwasher and it

do what i do and go to whirlpool web site and they tell me what the code is.adrian,,,,,,

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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