The power in the complexes where I live went off and on about 5 times in less than 2 minutes, right after it came back the dishwasher GE Profile series PDW9880 was waking a VERY loud beep and it s a continuous one, none stop, tried EVERYTHING, new circuit breaker, brand new circuit board/timer, the noise is till, ANY suggestion
I'm the one who posted on May 23. I tried turning off the breakers and it was still beeped when powered back on. I ordered a new touchpad and control module. When I replaced the touchpad, the beeping was gone, but not all the buttons worked, so I changed out the control module, too, and it works:) I'm going to put clear caulk along the top to prevent spills from leaking through the front panel.
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possible cause dishwasher is set on time delay clear the code by holding down the start button for 5 seconds.If this does not wok turn off at power source and pull plug out for 5 minutes.Re-fit plug and switch power back on hopes this helps let me know how you went.
The incoming water determines how fast the DW is ready for another cycle. For running continuous cycles, the incoming water will need to be 140 degrees. If you pause 2 minutes between cycles, the temp should remain consistent with a 120 degree supply.
well basicly the technicien came and knew nothing - he tried a few things so he is alreadyto change the electric board and we all know how expensive that is - any way he left saying he will come back today with a new board - after he left i went and turned off the breaker to the dishwasher for 5 minutes which is what bosch told me to do - then i pressed power and rinse and hold for 5 seconds and then it drained all the water i turned the power off - then on again pressed my cycle ( which I always put delicate/econo
and it started - but it showed 2 hours so i figured it must be the board - but as it was going through the cycle it seems the time was adjusting itself and it went through the usual amount of time - all the way to the end - it did not get stuck at 1 minute this time - so I hope it has fixed itself - I will see with the next load if all ok - thanks take care - the bottom line is My husband had started the dishwasher the other day and he must of pressed all kinds of buttons and messed up my machine -
Usally this is a bad control board or in some cases, a bad display board. they are fairly easy to replace and should be covered under a 5 year parts warranty (no labor). if its older than 5 years i would advise getting rid of it before putting any real money into it as Eurotechs are affectionatly know as Eurotrash in the industry and it WILL give you more problems. If you need a short dishwasher to fit under some shorter than standard counters, go with an ASKO. They are made by the same parent company, but are 50 times better. Good luck!