I have a Powerpoint TW26 Dishwasher and it seems to be stuck in a rince cycle, it beeps approx 10 times every 35 seconds. If I switch off and turn on I can select a cycle but it seems to always go to rince
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913T is a very old model (1996), I have one, I'm not a repairer, I have the same fault. It doesn't have drawers or infrared or a display.
I've just shortened the ribbon cable, which had pinch damage at the door close pinch point. I used a male & female ribbon squeeze connector pair to make a good clean joint. With the cable fault it wasn't even starting the drain cycle. Now it does start, but then long beeps, and I suspect it's detecting a fault with the motor or a sensor or faulty wire, and is halting.
I've found running the rinse cycle first then allows the main wash cycle to run, no longer stopping at 10 seconds (after the initial drain), just as the first power wash commences.
Error 4 means dishwasher has overfilled with water and is not draining out. This has happened to me twice and I have found turning the dishwasher offf at the powerpoint for at least a week seems to fix the problem.Keep your filter in the bottom of the dishwasher clean.
Ours just did that. Turn the power off at powerpoint, leave off for a minute, turn back on, turn machine off on the drawer. Turn the powerpoint off for another minute, turn back on, then turn on at drawer. The drawer should now open. Its a problem with the top seal of the unit, the unit needs to be fully reset for it to be fixed.
I have not heard of or seen this dishwasher but I do know on a lot of dishwashers if the water is not hot enough it will heat the water and the heating light will come on to let you know. On most models if the washer has to heat the water it will prolong the wash time. It may do this through out the wash and rince cycles. dont be surprized if your dishwasher runs 90 min or longer. This is normal for most all dishwashers now. I would read the owners guide and get to know whats normal for your unit.