Question about Fisher and Paykel 23 in. DD-603SS Built-in Dishwasher
It is possible the delayed start option has been set by mistake.
The way to cancel that would be to press the power button off and then on.
However, I am assuming this problem is with only one of the two drawers.
But I am not sure how much of the wash cycle is done before it goes to pause, eg. do you hear the water flowing in, do you hear the washer arm moving and throwing water around?
If it does not get to the stage of water coming in but you do hear some sounds as soon as the start button is pressed then it is likely the door seal is not setting properly which causes the dishwasher to stop.
Anything you see on the display or lights (if no LCD display)? Trying cleaning the door seal with a clean damp cloth. If problem still there then you need to get the door seal serviced. It is slightly sophisticated part with seal and two motors which require some expertise to replace.
Happy to guide you if door seal replacement is needed. Post me a comment on what you find.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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