Dish washer won't come on in any mode. it looks like it flashing a number 8 maybe a code? its very deam on the led screen. when i push the "auto clean"button for 3 sec. then push the "drain - off" button the washer turns on. it shows 2 on the led screen and the red light is on for the "drain-off" button, it counts down to 1 sounds like its try to drain,motors running. then shuts off.and starts flashing the deam nunber 8 all over again. help me please!
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Re: mdb7100awb magtag dishwasher
Try reseting the breaker 1st. then check that the door is latching
correctly. other things you can check is the float inside tub in bottom
front is stuck up (looks like a little top hat-plastic)try and move it
up and down. Also check and see if there is a float inside the dishwasher. It should be
in one of the front corners of the dishwasher. The float if i
understand it correctly tells the fill valve to shut off when the water
lifts the float. Make sure there isn't anything under the float that is
keeping it open, like food or other debris.
otherwise call an appliance repair company to figure it out further.
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1. the continuous rotation of the selector knob
2. the action, for the first 4', of the electrovalve and the drain pump
3. the door becomes unlocked
4. the led flashes: the number of flashes indicates the fault code; the code should be read as follows:
· each fast flash (2/3 flashes of the led very close together) represents one code value
· the fault code is evaluated by counting the number of flashes occurring at 3/4" intervals from one another
· stop counting when the washing machine waits the equivalent of approximately 8/9" between flashes
· the procedure is repeated by the appliance cyclically
After you determine which the alarm code appeared we will able specifically to help you.
Yes, you can switch the cycle completion signal off (or raise/lower the volume)
1. Switch the dishwasher off using the ON/OFF button
2. Open the door
3. Switch the dishwasher on again. (One of the wash cycle LEDs will flash.)
4. Hold the > button in. Continue holding it and press and release the Start/Reset button once, then release the > button.
"Clean" and one other LED should now be flashing. This indicates that the dishwasher is in the options/settings mode. If they are not flashing, start over at step 1.
5. Press > repeatedly, until the LEDs for "Clean", "Sanitized" and "Rinse Agent" are all flashing.
6. Press repeatedly until none of the LEDs are flashing.
The number of flashing LEDs indicate the volume setting . . .
nine, when you said the buttons work, do you mean they can be depressed and you feel the clicking? Well if the unit lights up with the indicator light showing power is on then check the float assy it maybe stuck in the up postion and if no power check house breaker/fuse and if ok then the thermal fuse is open somewhere depending on your series of dish washer and generally req some electrical knowledge to follow the electrical ladder diagram ..... this is the only thing I would look for before calling the repairman...
First I would recommend putting the washer in a diagnostic test mode to
see if there is a stored error code indicating where the failure is.
Once the cycle starts, it should progress on its own to the end of the
cycle without needing any assistance. All you can really do is make
sure the water supply (hot & cold) is on & the drain hose is
not kinked or restricted. Here is a copy of the service manual showing
the test modes & error codes. You can order the owners manual with
part number 8566938 at www.sears.com
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