Question about Dishwashers
Posted by Anonymous on
Before you start pulling the machine to bits, just try plugging it into a different socket or an extension cord if there is not another socket close enough. (If it is currently plugged into to double socket don't just try it in the other one, make sure its a totally separate power point).
repost if problem still persists.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I experienced the same problem. One day the lights on the unit weren't on. The wall outlet that the dishwasher uses had power because the Garbage Disposal that also uses the same outlet had power. Turns out the power supply cord also tied to the water supply hose and had over the months (due to the constant slapping or dancing of the water hose whenever the electrically controlled water valve was opened or closed), had caused the female receptor prong inside the wall outlet to loose continuity with the male prong of the dishwasher power cord. It might have been a defective wall plug all along but the wall outlet worked for months before the problem arose. Anyway, after replacing the wall outlet the dishwasher again has lights and works fine.
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