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My Siemens dishwasher takes 4+ hours to complete a cycle. The inlet water supply has been always COLD, which means that the dishwasher always managed to heat the water properly. What could be happening now?

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Take the control board out, open it up, and resolder the heater relay or replace the control. It may be under the recall and you can get a new control replaced for free.

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