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I have a dishwasher that is model # DB1100XTPQA and for some reason there seems to be no electric current to it now. After concluding there is power to the unit what else could be the problem.

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If the power connection is good and tight at the wiring terminal box underneath the dishwasher the problem is the door switch.
The incoming power goes to the door switch first.
With the door latched and the switch working correctly,the power then travels to the timer.
Check the door switch.

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