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Installation of turbid sensor part #8081321

Part came with control unit part # 8801282.
need to know where to install turbid sensor
thank you
roger
lens appliance [ brooklyn new york ]
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  • Anse Jul 14, 2008

    samma grej har hänt för mig

  • jbwelter Jan 03, 2009

    Ordered a new control unit DW203 US (8801282) and it came with a new sensor which doesn't exist in my unit. The new control unit won't turn on the circulation pump. What do I do?

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The turbidity sensor-thermistor is located in the front portion of the water collection section of the
sump. This sensor is used by the control to determine the turbidity of the water, then adjust the cycle length as needed, and also to determine water temperature in the dishwasher. An o-ring
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2. Remove the base tray.
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1 . Tilt unit back to access the screws along the edge of the unit base. If blocking materials are not available, the unit may be set on its back.
2. Using a phillips head screwdriver, extract the two screws securing the base tray to the unit frame.
3. Tilt the front of the base tray away from the unit then push backwards to release the tabs from the locating slots in the rear of the unit.
4.Remove base tray for unit.

Here the picture of the Thermistor/Turbidity Module:
11_21_2011_9_45_56_pm.gif

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Hi Art.

Here the removal procedure from service manual:

The turbidity sensor-thermistor is located in the front portion of the water collection section of the
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Here the picture of the Thermistor/Turbidity Module:
11_21_2011_9_45_56_pm.gif

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