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Dishwasher won't run

No power to dishwaser, won't start. I checked fusebox, not the problem. I want to know if there is a fuse somewhere in the dishwasher, I looked and could not see anything, also manual is no help. model #FDB510LCB0 Asko, Dishwasher Model # D1776. No power and won't run. Circuit Breaker is fine. Is there a cut-off switch or reset in the unit??

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I can help you in getting the resolution, please give me some more details

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 06, 2008

    Please check the basic wirinig or you can use an extension wire which can power up the dishwasher on a different wall socket.

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