Question about Dishwashers
Hi well i see this type of thing quite frequently, IF as you say there are NO LED's Lit at all. Then perhaps the circuit breaker or Fuse has, tripped, blown? Please check this, while at the Breaker box, recycle the Breaker, remove replace any Fuse.
See if this makes any difference? If it doesn't then unfortunately it appears that the main Board must have gone faulty, most likely in the Power Supply, if nothing is active at all.
If you wish to DIY, then you will have to obtain a service manual, simply Google, the exact name and model of your unit, and the words service manual after them, this should give you a link to a manual, sometimes, one must buy them. follow the troubleshooting steps in there, and then order the part and replace.
However if you do not wish to DIY, then my advise is to contact your local service agent and arrange for a service call, ask for a "Quote" before allowing any work to start.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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