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PF signal comes on, and dishwasher stops running

I checked the circuit breaker, and the plug next to the dishwasher, and unplugged and then replugged the plug and did something similar with the circuit breaker

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PF = Power Failure, did you make sure outlet is ok and not a loose plug? Any short in outlet will do that, OR a loose wire at the motor to the dishwasher. UNPLUG unit and look under it for a gray box that the plug leads from. One or 2 screws will remove that box and verify all wires are connected properly.. MAKE sure unit is UNPLUGGED

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