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As soon as we close down the lid the circuit breaker trips off ! our model is the 505048 passthrough dishwasher ck 0777

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There is a short circuit in the electric system in the dishwasher. As soon as you shut the hood, the circuit is completed and causes the breaker to trip.

You will need a technician to find the leaky part. Most likely the water is leaking into the motor / pump area causing a short circuit.

Best to disconnect from the mains and check for leaky gaskets. I believe this uses a 3 phase 400V which can be converted to single phase. So also make sure there is no unbalance in the mains power phases if you are using 3 phase supply.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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