Question about Frigidaire 24 in. FDB1250RE Built-in Dishwasher
what this simply mean is that there has been a lost or pastier connection on the power distributor from the panel to the control unit .what you are to do to solve this problem is to unscrew the washer from the screws then trace the wires (main power supply) down to the panel then also trace it to the door unit to see if there is any form of loose of wire if so it then need a fix up but if the answer is no then locate the wire down to the door switch unit but it all look to be okey then it then you will have to replace the hole of the control unit of the washer .
please note this if you can not carry out this assignment the you will have to invite a technician to visit the washer in order to avoid more damage on the washing system.
thank you .
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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