Question about KitchenAid 24 in. KUDI01ILBS Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
I have a load of dirty dishes in the washer and it won't come on. The buttons will light up but nothing happens when I push the START button. I have turned it off at the circuit box and allowed the computer to reset (KitchenAid suggested I try this) but that didn't work.
Please read the following troubleshooting steps properly.Few of the steps which i mentioned here can be tried out byurself and for the others if it is a serious problem you will have to call a technician to get it repaired.
Problem: dishes don't get clean enough.
Solution: Many times it's just bad detergent at fault. Some detergents are less powerful the longer they go unused. Some new detergent may be all you need. If that doesn't solve it, it could be the way you're loading the dishwasher. Make sure nothing is obstructing the spray tower or arms. It could also be that the water wasn't hot enough. Don't run the dishwasher right after everyone's just taken a shower. If you have a water conditioner in your house, it may be time to refill it with salt.
Remember, these are just some of the more common problems with the most common solutions. With appliances, there are an infinite number of potential problems you may face. Hopefully, yours will be one of the easy ones. I hope with these guides, we can help you save some time and money. To save you even more time and maybe a headache, be sure to have your dishwasher's make and model number when heading to the parts shop.
Problem: The dishwasher won't turn on at all.
Solution: With every electrical appliance, it pays to check the power at the source. Make sure the breaker is on. If it is, then check the power at the dishwasher. If it's hardwired, go back and turn the breaker off. You will have to open the dishwasher door, unscrew the screws holding it in place underneath the countertop and shimmy the unit out. The junction box is located at the rear, on the bottom. Open the junction box and check the wires for corrosion, breaks, or loose connections. Check the interior of the box for any burn or "arc" marks. If everything is clear, turn the power back on and check for voltage by probing the black and white wires. If you get no voltage, the breaker may be bad.
If this isn't the problem, then here's a few other things to check:
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Posted on Apr 01, 2008
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