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Dead after 1 and half years

Is the electronic fuse the removal circle shape with the 2 black hot wires . there is no rectangular shape with 2 black wires. thanks

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Yes that is it, newer model has the round fuse youre correct

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We have no power to our kenmore dishwaher. Lights won't come on checked fuses an no power.


First recycle the D/W, 120VAC Circuit Breaker(C/B) which is usually located in your Main Electrical Fuse Panel and hopefully properly labeled. The C/B supplies power to the D/W. Recycle the C/B to see if it will restore D/W operation. If not then you must verify that 120VAC input power is present at the D/W electrical junction box, located behind the D/W Kick Plate/Cover You will have to remove this cover and use a Volt meter to check for 120VAC being supplied to the D/W. If 120 VAC is being supplied then .... The door interlock switch(s) may be BAD. The D/W inner door panel will have to be removed. Usually, there are two micro-switches, the wires are usually Black (Hot 120VAC) and White (120VAC Neutral). These switches are incorporated into the door Latch Mechanism/Lock and disconnect power to the D/W motor and electronics .... that is why when you open the door, the D/W stops operating. Also on the back side of the D/W Control Panel... there is the Electronic Control Module (ECM)( with electrical components and circuitry. On the (ECM) there maybe a Thermal Fuse mounted with (2) plug on wires. If the Fuse is OPEN, it will be necessary to replace it. For troubleshooting purposes, the !20VAC power to the D/W must be removed. Use an OHM meter to check the mircro switches and the Thermal Fuse located on the (ECM). There are additional thermal fuses located on the bottom of the D/W near the motor. They should also be checked and replace them if they are OPEN. Hope these suggestions help you! Good Luck! Handy Henry

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What can I do


Obviously this an electrical problem. Check the polarity in the hardwiring. In normal situations it doesn't matter, but in these newer electronic dishwashers polarity does matter. Turn off the circuit breaker supplying power to the dishwasher; usually a 16 or 20 amp one for the kitchen and use an electrician's screwdriver with a lamp in the handle to check the polarity of the supply wires after you open up the faceplate and turn the power on. If they are wrongly matched, turn the power back off and reconnect them properly. Hot is red, negative is usually Black and Green is ground. If your supply wires do not have a ground and you have metal drain pipes, there is a a clasp that may be used to make the drain pipe your ground.

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I have a shu43 bosch dishwasher and the whole machine is dead. No power. The circuit breaker is good but I would have to pull the dishwaher out to check the outlet. Is there an internal fuse?


There is no internal fuse (at least I've not seen or replaced any) on Bosch dishwashers. The most typical problems for Bosch are: 1) one of the power cord connections to the internal wiring is corroded and doesn't make a contact; or 2) the power button has failed.

The number one is so far the most common problem. To check: Turn off the power to the dishwasher by any means necessary. Remove the kick panel on the bottom. There should be a small metal box with power cord and 2 or 3 wires coming into it. Remove screw(s) holding the cover on that box. There should be 2 or 3 wires connected to the power cord wires by wire nuts. Any burnt insulation or wire nut will be the problem area. Cut burnt wires, remove 1/2" of insulation and clean of both connecting wires to bare copper. If you have an electrical contact grease - apply to copper. Install new wire nut.

Good luck,
Vlad with First Choice Appliance, Sacramento, CA

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Kenmore elite dishwasher wont work


Remove the console panel with T15. then remove the cover from the main control board. top right of center of the main control you will see a removable fuse, either a black disc with a black and a black/w white strip connected. remove one wire from the thermal fuse and check for continuity. if it is open replace it. if it is not open call for service.

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Whirlpool DU1055XTSS dishwasher is totally dead as if it were unplugged. No response from front lights. Only 3 years old. Another post for an different Whirlpool model says it's the thermal fuse, but I...


Hi,

If you have power going to the dishwasher, meaning the breaker, switches, wiring and fuses in the home are okay, the most common cause for your symptoms is the thermal fuse.

The thermal fuse is a small disk shaped device that is behind the control panel on the right side it is snapped on to the electronic module. The part number for your model is W10258275

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Plug does not go into outlet. Three blade plug with one "J" shaped blade. The outlet has three straight hole to acommodate three straight blades.


Replace the power cord to accomodate the outlet you have. You can purchase them at any hardware store for about $20. This is the easier option than trying to replace the outlet. To replace the cord follow these steps:

1. Remove the access cover on the terminal block on the back of the dryer. This is where the existing power cord is installed.

2. Remove the existing power cord from the terminal block.

3. Remove the power cord restraining clamp (if equipped). This secures the power cord at the entry point on the back of the dryer and prevents it from stressing the terminals and prevents chaffing of the outer insulation on the power cord. NOTE: Its a good idea to have this installed for safety reasons.

4. Remove the old power cord and install the new one following this color scheme at the terminal block:

RED (Hot) - 120VAC
BLACK (Hot) - 120VAC
WHITE (Neutral) - 0 VAC - Should be connected to the terminal block and grounded to the equipment cabinet via a grounding strap.

NOTE: If the power cord or wires at the terminal block are not color coded, the outer two wires (LEFT and RIGHT) are the two hot leads. The center conductor is Neutral.

If you have any questions about this repair, please post back and let me know. I hope this helps you.

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Neff dishwasher will not switch on , checked fuses etc and positive that power is going to the machine but will not switch on,is there any safety feature such as blockage or otherwise stopping machine from...


Just went through this myself. It could be a latch switch. Open the door undo the screws that holds on the inside door panel remove the latch. The 2 black boxes with wires attached are the switches. Take them out (use your camera so you know how to put back together), take to an appliance parts place, and have hem check them. Mine were fine saving me $42.00. If this isn't it (as mine wasn't) check the in-line fuse. From the switch follow the wires into the electronics box (you will have to remove the cover. The fuse on mine was attached to the top of the circut board and it had two Tan wires attached, one of these wires attaches to the latch switch. I had it tested and yep it was bad for $12.00 I had a working dishwasher, saving me lots of $$$$$$$. I hope this helps..

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Dishwasher stopped working during rinsing cycle.


1. Disconnect power to dishwasher. Remove screws holding the control panel from the side of the inner door. Remove control panel. If it does not come off - remove all screws on the inner side of the door and separate the inner and outer door.
2. Fuse is on the right side on top of the control board. it usually has tan or black or yellow wires to it. Disconnect wires and check fuse for continuity. if none - replace fuse with wiring harness supplied with it.

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The MOSt common reason for a "tE" error code is the temperature of the hot water from the hot water heater is greater thant 145 degrees (F)
Adjust your hot water heater down and measure the temp at the kictchen tap.
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