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The dishwasher stop during the wash cycle. It did finish draining the water from the tub. The machine is not showing a power signs, I check the circuit breaker and the fuse is not tripped. I open and closed the door and the door latch seems to be working fine. There is just no power to the washer. Usually when a machine breaks down, there still is power or buttons that light up on the front of the machine. I looked on the internet and many say that the fuse could be tripped. No where can I find anywhere on how to reset it. Any help would be great. Charles Fowler cell# 630-514-4171

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SOURCE: problems with Whirlpool dishwasher model GU1500XTKB0

will these units (silo and jtrip) start back on their own? if so, it is likely they are heating the water.
otherwise it sounds like a logic board, unless there is a defective door switch or sensor issue.
electronics seem to be a recurring problem with whirlpool.
i would ask whirlpool (electorlux) to either buy it back or fix it.
good luck
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have they checked the thernals on the bottom of the tub

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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SOURCE: dishwasher stopped in mid cycle. door

check the main fuse box breaker

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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SOURCE: No power to dishwasher; checked breakers they seem

you need to check the power only:
1- check the power come to the wall right ,if not
get elecricity man to bring it to plug in the wall
2- check the cord of m/c if it has fuse check it
and replace with same values ampers,....so on
3- if problem still check electricity reach at end of cord if not ,chang cord
4- if you still have problem inform us
>be ware of electricale chock it is your your life> thanks from me m abba

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: close door, no lights come on, no sign of power.

There is a fuse on your main control board that comes off and can be replaced somewhat easily. Start by TURNING OFF THE POWER. Open the door down to the floor and take a torx(or starhead) screwdriver and remove every screw (10 of them usually) along the left hand side & right hand side of the inner door panel. Upon removing the screws on both sides it will free the outer door panel which can easily be removed by lifting the door back up to a closed position and pulling the top of the panel outward then lift up towards the ceiling and it should slide right off. Push the door back down to a fully open position (door back to the floor)and remove the 4 screws along the top which will free the control panel. Inside you will see a cover that covers the control board and has some arrows on it pointing to some pushtabs. You may be able to unlock these with your finger or get a screwdriver and just pry each one while pulling the cover up. Now you should see your main control board and your fuse, which is attached to the side of the control. It always helps to use your replacement fuse to compare it with. Before trying to yank the fuse off, gently pull the ribbon cable off from the left side of the board. Then go a little more to the left and you will see 2 more release tabs on the side of the board. Pry the tabs back and pull the whole control board upwards and it should pull up an out. With the board out it should be easy to identify the fuse clipped to the side. Use a flathead screwdriver to pry in between the plastic casing on the board and the fuse clip and slide the new one in its place. Always replace the fuse according to manufacter instructions, once removed improper install will lead to a premature failure of the fuse and you will get to do this all over again.

Posted on Jan 19, 2010

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