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Frigidaire stalled dishwasher

I have a stalled dishwasher that stopped after the beginning of the normal wash cycle.

There is still water in the basin of the dishwasher. I've tried adding more but had no luck with that. I've also turned on the dish cycle knob around through every cycle. Still no luck. I've stuck my hand in the bottom to check for food particles but there is nothing.

I'm at a loss, can anyone help?

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Do you here any relays or the motor run? if not perhaps the fuse or circuit breaker has opened.

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