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Dial doesn't advance

Every time I run the dishwasher I need to advance the dial the last few clicks or else the thing just ticks incessantly. It is very annoying.

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You don't want to replace the timer switch just for that. If it is under warranty, get it done ASAP.
If not, wait till you have a real problem with the timer, like it not running, or doesn't cycle completely.
Then the switch will have to be replaced and you'll miss that tick tick ticking.

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