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Jenn-Air JDB890AWQ stopped middle cycle no motor activity or sound

The Jenn-Air has worked fine. Suddenly during first wash cycle it just stopped and lights flashed. No motor sound. Tried drain and silence. No humming or motor sound even from underneath. No problems prior. Could it be an overload? How do I check and reset? Thanks.

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  • Mark Jennair Mar 29, 2008

    The dishwasher has power -- panel lights come on. Can start and it will add water. Won't drain or run. Silence. Doesn't sound like motor to me because there is no hum, just silence. The schematic shows an overload protector on the BU wire to the motor. There is a small square item with two black wires that comes off the connection wires to the motor -- including the blue wire. I don't know if that is the overload protector or if it is attached directly to the motor somewhere... or if I'm looking for the wrong solution.

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No real reset, nut you can check for power leading to the unit, make sure the bnreaker hasnt tripped , and next if you remove the bottom acees panel you lfind a box to the right . the electrical conne\ction is made behind ther make sure the connection hasnt shaken itself loose.CAUTION LIVE WIRES BEHIND THAT COVER"

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