Question about Fagor LFA-65 Stainless Steel Built-in Dishwasher
Initially had an overheating problem, 6 beeps on the alert. Was told I needed a new heater. Got the part and installed it, now the machine runs as soon as it is plugged in, and an alert sounds for an overflow. There is no overflow occurring, could I have connected the heater incorrectly? All of the connectors are location specific except for one push on connector, and though there are two locations to connect, both appear to be on the same connection.
Ideas, suggestions, repair manuals? Help
If washer was over heating the element was working . there also should be a thermostate to control it . I would think that the themo would be bad and should have been replaced with element . . ck old element for short and do replace tempt control . / if this does not correct problem . then look at the main prosser control as being the problem . and do re ck all wireing . . and look for over heated wires that may hace melted to frame of other wires .. hope this helps mm
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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