Question about Frigidaire 24 in. FDB510LC Free-standing Dishwasher
My fridgidaire built-in stainless steel dishwasher wont start. The "washing" light continues to flash even when I tried to leave it on overnight. Th latch is clicking shut all the way. I have also tried running the sink o get the water hot and I dont believe that is the problem. The light just flashes and no water cycles. Thanks for your help.
1) Turn off the breaker to the machine.
2) Wait 30 seconds and then turn it back on.
3) All the lights will be flashing. At this point turn the dial to "rinse only" and then press "Heat dry" and "Start/Cancel" at the same time.
4) The Machine will go into maintenance mode going through all the cycles quickly.
5) After this is finished the problem should be solved.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Well, I've got a different problem. I need a control module!!!
The flashing WASH light appears to indicate the door latch (switch) is not fully engaged. I proved that I mine which works, just doesn't pump out/drain water. If I unlatch the door and then press START, the WASH light blinks.
*WARNING* 120V ELECTRICAL CURRENT! ONLY ATTEMPT THIS IS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
The switch is located behind the control panel (5 screws from the inside.) The Hot (Black) AND Neutral (White) wires comes from the electrical input and pass through the switch. You can do a simple continuity check with the power disengaged to test the path through the switch and into the control module (pins 3 & 9m black and white).
Now... anyone have a Control Module (working) they want to give/sell to me so I don't have to go buy a new dishwasher? I just replaced the drain valve on mine :( If you do, you can send me a note vidioteic (at) gmail (dot) com
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
The steam has gotten into the keypad display and fried it. Call Fridgidaire and let them know you've seen numerous people on the internet with the same problem and that you need part# 154554401 It worked for me.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
They weren't lyin', with the new improved energy effeciency and cleaning units they using more "soaking" times to losen food particles to use less water and clean better. And that they deffinitly do versus old units and they save more energy by doing this also. On some makes and models theywill have cycles that still use less time but also will then use some more water during this cycle. My SEARS store "blue crew" did research and found out this cycle for me.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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