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Hi,

It sounds like you lost power during a cycle. It is most likely the thermal fuse.

Take a look at this link I put together it will explain the places you can loose power to a dishwasher but on this model I would suspect the thermal fuse. If your model is KUDU02FR the part number for this fuse is W10258275, it looks like a small cylinder with two wires attached, it is on the control board in the upper door, removing the screws from the inner door will let you take the front panel off and expose the control.

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Posted on May 04, 2010

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