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Pour 1 Cup of Muriatic Acid (Can be purchased at your local Pool Supply Store) into the bottom of the washer and a little in the soap dish. Run the Dishwasher through 5 cycles. Check to see If this helps. If not Try the same process with CLR house cleaner.
hello hmm ok so no lights it sounds like your control panel after unplugging your dish washer check the panel for loose wires the panel is the part behind were your buttons are located will have to remove your back cover to access this if that's all good then try your power cord again make sure its not got any loose wires were it attaches into the dish washer have a nice day and good luck let me know if you find anything.