Question about Indesit 24 in. D61 Free-standing Dishwasher
Don't know what the 2-cycle is... but here are a couple things to consider:
Dishwashers by code must be connected to a GFCI circuit since they handle water. If there is a faulty ground anywhere on the device the GFCI will trip, hence saving you from being electrocuted. If the circuit breaker is under rated and the 2-cycle is drawing more current than the rating, it will blow. The dishwasher should be on its own circuit also. If more than one appliance is on the same circuit, it may be too much for that circuit. My guess is that the 2-cycle is trying to heat the water inside the washer and drawing alot of power. Make sure the rating of the circuit breaker matches the manufacturers recommendation.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
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