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Dishwasher powered off ans still has water in bottom power at receptacle dashboard no power.

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The most common reason for this to happen on the machine you have is a part called the thermal fuse, it is a fuse that trips by temperature rather than power. I have put together some instructions if you are interested in making the repair yourself. The link will give more information on the issue and instructions.

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How do you pull out the dishwasher - have hideous ants & need to put diatomaceous earth behind it.

  • Turn off and disconnect the water line from under your sink.
  • Disconnect the drain line from either the air gap or the garbage disposal.
  • If the dishwasher power cord is plugged into a receptacle you will need to unplug that.
  • If it is hard wired into the dishwasher you will need to turn the power off at your house breaker. Please be careful and make sure you have the power truly off by confirming with your dishwasher. Set it to a cycle and make sure its dead.
  • There is an access panel at the bottom of your dishwasher to locate the junction box where the power is connected.
  • (If you have enough cord/drain hose/ water supply inlet hose, you sometimes can just pull the dishwasher straight out. Without having to disconnect anything. )
  • You will need to remove the access panel usually by either two 1/4 inch screws or a phillips some of the new access panels use plastic keepers just turn those from the vertical position to a horizontal position and they just pop right out. Now you can access the junction box where the power goes in.
  • You need to remove the mounting screws at the top of the dishwasher under the counter.
  • The dishwasher should be ready to pull straight out.
I hope this helps

Apr 12, 2015 | Dishwashers

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The dishwashing tablet does not dissolve and so dishes etc are not cleaned

Dishwasher receptacle door may not be opening. Place tablet at bottom of dishwasher. Also ensure water is hot enough. Finally try liquid detergent.

Jan 19, 2015 | Dishwashers

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I have a whirlpool quite partner 2 model #8575637 and there is still about an inch of water in the tub and I cant get any of the buttons to work or turn on

I would check the simple solutions first. Make sure there is power to the receptacle its pluged into. If it's hard wired then make sure there is power by opening up the bottom, front panel and you will see the wiring compartment. There you will be able to check for power with a voltage tester. If no power then check all gfci receptacles and the breakers in your panel.
If power is on then you will have to replace either the main control panel or the entire washing machine in the worst case scenario.

Dec 12, 2013 | Whirlpool GU2400XTP Built-in Dishwasher

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My Bosch Dishwasher will not power up

Hi, Welcome to FixYa.

I would start by first shutting off the breaker.

You mentioned you replaced the "receptacles", I'm not sure if you are referring to the junction box but...I would start by removing the kick plate ( access panel at the bottom ) and checking the wiring at the junction box for the dishwasher 120vac supply line.

This is actually quite common to find a wire murret/connector come loose due to improper fastening and once the unit is in use for a while the connections heat & cool, become loose from normal operating vibrations and burn up from all the added heat caused by "resistance".

The end result is no power to the controls. Check it out and post back what you find.

Thanks for visiting "fixya" and please take a moment to rate the solution/suggestion provided here for you.

Good luck.

Macmarkus :)

Jul 28, 2010 | Bosch Dishwashers

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All of a sudden, no power. will not start, no warning.

Before looking into your built-in dishwasher as the problem, check your main electrical panel to see if you have tripped a circuit breaker. If not, you may have tripped a GFI receptacle located on or around your kitchen counter.  If so, reset it! Then try the dishwasher. However, if this IS the problem, this may become an ongoing problem. I agree with (and its code) having a GFI breaker in your kitchen.  But what I don't agree with is when the contractor/electrician who installed this, didn't take into consideration that when these GFI's are put in series with other receptacles (for added protection) in the kitchen, they trip more easily when plugged in with certain appliances because of the motors (eg. refrigerators, dishwashers, etc.) in them. The GFI's sole purpose is for protecting you around the sink where there's running water. It trips on milliamps so you won't get electrocuted around the sink. Also, if you have other appliances running at the same time the dishwasher's running, makes them more susceptible to trip. So in conclusion, first check for power. Second, check for GFI breaker (or vice versa). I believe you should find your problem here. If so, reset it and wait to see how and when this does it again. GFI breaker's are sensitive breakers. They tend to wear out before a regular outlet (receptacle) does. Not knowing how long and old this (GFI) receptacle is, I'd replace that if it happens more frequently. This usually does the trick. I hope it's not your built-in dishwasher. If so, feel free to contact me again, and I'll help you with that too. Good Luck with this, and I hope you get everything back in working order. Take care, Jim

May 22, 2010 | KitchenAid 24 in. KUDS02FR Built-in...

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No power, water in bottom

it is either open fuse on the control board or loose/burnt wires in the j box at rhs bottom corner behind the toe panel.

Aug 17, 2009 | Whirlpool Gold 24 in. Built-In Dishwasher...

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Water in the bottom of dishwasher and no power. I checked the circuit.

check breaker and if power isnt it then let me know

Apr 14, 2009 | Dishwashers

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No power, water in machine

Depending on how your DW is wired.. it could be plugged into a receptacle like any other appliance or hard wired directly from your circuit breaker box.. I would check to see if you have any circuit breakers tripped or fuses blown... to verify that you have power.. assuming you do... and because you had water in the base .. chances are your drain filter was clogged that leads water to the pump.. or the pump itself is clogged or defective.. Try power cycling the system by either unplugging it or switching off the breaker or fuse feeding it power.. Hope that helps

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