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I have a fridgeadare dishwasher that won't come on i have check electrical connections and breakers still no action

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Check the rear of the machine. You should have a thermal fuse that can blow.

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I start the dishwasher and it does nothing and lights do not turn on either


When your dishwasher won't start, it could be a problem with your electrical panel or the door might not be closing properly.

Check your household electrical panel for a tripped breaker or blown fuse. Also check to make sure the door latches closed properly.

For additional troubleshooting steps you can take and things you can do, read Dishwasher won't start for more suggestions. I hope this helps!

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Jenn air dishwasher model JDB3610AWX has no power at the control board please help


Hello,
Their are a couple possiblities that could be causing that;
1) the connections where the house wiring connects to the dishwasher in of the junction box has burnt, the circuit breaker will very likely be on but the bad/burnt connection wont send power to control.

2) one or both of the door switches on the latch asm. are bad,to check those use a meter set to a low ohms setting and check for ZERO ohms when the door is closed,to check those TURN OFF CIRCUIT BREAKER remove wires from switch(s) and place one meter lead on each terminal

I hope this will help you to figure out why your dishwasher won't come on,
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Thank you for contacting fixya.com.

A check should be made with the volt/ohmmeter to check if voltage is available to the dishwasher wiring. A voltage check is made by setting the volt/ohmmeter on the 150 A/C scale and placing one probe of the volt/ohmmeter on one wire that supplies voltage to the dishwasher. Place the other probe on the remaining wire. The meter should read 110-125 volts. This would indicate that electrical power was available from the circuit breaker panel to the dishwasher terminal box. If there is no voltage at the dishwasher terminal box electrical wires, the problem could be a defective circuit breaker or fuse, house wiring burned or broken from circuit breaker panel to terminal box. If a defective circuit breaker or fuse is suspected, it would be recommended that a qualified electrician perform these repairs.

Please check this links for an in-depth knowledge to troubleshoot your problem:-

http://www.repairclinic.com/Dishwasher-Troubleshooting?red=Dishwasher-Repair-Help

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http://www.partselect.com/dishwasher+dishwasher-wont-work+repair.htm

http://www.cookshomeappliance.com/dishwasher_troubeshooting.htm

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Power is connected but dishwasher will not start


Make sure (with and electric field tester/2-prong tester/DMM/VOM) that there's 120VAC to your
dishwasher. You can also check the circuit breaker - it may be OFF or TRIPPED.
Its easy to see when a breaker is OFF, but harder to see a TRIPPED breaker - the toggle
stops halfway between ON and OFF when a breaker trips, and its easy to miss in the dim
light of a typical garage or basement (this electrician knows from experience). To reset
a TRIPPED breaker, you must throw the toggle
switch to OFF, then reset it by throwing the toggle to ON.
If your residence has a fuse panel, check you fuse and consider buying a reset-able screw-in
replacement from your local electrical supply.

Feb 20, 2011 | KitchenAid Dishwashers

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My dishwasher won't start.


FIRST MAKE SURE YOU HAVE POWER TO THE DISHWASHER. IF IT HAS A LIGHTED PANEL AND ITS LIGHTED UP, YOU HAVE POWER. IF NOT LIGHTED UP WHEN TURNED ON, THEN YOU HAVE A POWER LOSS PROBLEM WITH A FUSE OR BREAKER OUT TO THE SUPPLY WIRE TO THE DISHWASHER. CHECK YOUR ELECTRICAL FUSE BOX OR FUSE THAT SAYS DISHWASHER IN THE ELECTRICAL BOX IN YOUR HOUSE. RE-SET THE BREAKER OR CHANGE THE FUSE. IF IT STILL DOSE NOT START UP THEN YOU MAY HAVE AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTION UNDER THE DISHWASHER THAT IS NOT CORRECT OR NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT BY AN ELECTRICIAN. DO NOT TRY TO CHECK THIS AREA UNLESS YOU HAVE THE FUSE OR BREAKER OFF. THEN LOOK TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A LOOSE CONNECTION. RE-TIGHTEN THE LOSE CONNECTION FOUND, TURN ON THE FUSE OR BREAKER AGAIN, AND SEE IF THE LIGHTED PANEL LIGHTS UP. IF IT STILL DOSE NOT START UP, THEN NEXT CHECK THE DOOR TO MAKE SURE IT IS CLOSING ALL THE WAY, THERE IS A SWITCHON THE DOOR THE SENCES FULL CLOSED AND WON'T START UP IF THE SWITCH IS NOT CLOSING. IF THIS DOES NOT FIX IT THEN YOU WILL NEED TO CALL YOUR LOCAL DISHWASHER FIX IT MAN. DISHWASHER HAS A PROBLEM HE MUST FIX.

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I have a 7 yr old KitchenAid undercounter dishwasher that was working fine, then it suddenly appeared to lose power: no lights and no response when buttons pressed. The circuit breaker is not the problem....


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When you say that the circuit breaker is not the problem, are you sure you are getting power to the receptacle that supplies power to teh dishwasher ? Just because the breaker in your house does not appear to be tripped does not mean that you have power getting to the dishwasher itself. You need to check to see that you are actually getting AC power delivered to the dishwasher as your first course of action. There are normally two methods of supplying power to these.. the more recent method is to plug the dishawher into a receptacle that is dedicated for that and is normally located in the sink base cabinet..so if you have an outlet there, you can try plugging in a lamp or radio toit to verify you have power there.. Older techniques for supplying AC power to dishwashers usually require the removal of the toekick panel on the front of the dishasher to gain access to a junction box where the wires are joined. Do not attempt to check these wires unless you or someone you know is familiar with safe handling electrical systems like this ..but in general... you would need to verify that the black wire has 120VAC on it ... If you aren't trained in these areas, get someone who is... Hope that helps you...

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  1. check the plug connections.
  2. check the breaker from you breaker electrical box, see if the breaker disconnected.
  3. After you check these several places, if there is no problem, probably your machine has problem.

If it is a new machine, you can call the suppler or connect the warranty company, if it is not new machine, you need fix it. If the machine is too old, replace one is cheaper maybe.

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