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Indesit D61D Sticks In Its Cycle

Please help! 3 year old Indesit D61D stated to stick. Set on program 2 then when the controller reaches about 4 o'clock it just stays there with the dishwasher just washing away continuessly. Can cure it by manually advancing the switch, but normally we set it going last thing at night and I don't want it washing all night! Washing still seems good and it gets up to temperature fine. Any Ideas ??

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  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2008

    I have the same problem on my DG6100W. I removed the panel but there is no obvious place to grease the dial. There is only a "lump" of electronics behind the cycle dial so I stopped at this point. Excuse my ingnorace but is liquid wrench a similar thing to WD40 i.e would WD40 do?



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  • calanga Aug 24, 2008

    I have the same problem with an Indesit D 61 P dishwasher. I tried the suggested solution, using a silicone spray, since I couldn't find liquid wrench on the local market, but that did not solve the problem. How can I find the part number to replace the faulty part and where in Nelspruit (or elsewhere in Mpumalanga province) can I buy the part? I live in Mozambique and the shop where the dishwasher was bought does not carry spares or provide technical assistance. I would be really grateful for any advice.
    FC, Maputo

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The repair can be done yourself you need to first purchas a can of liquid wrench with extention. and first shut off power or disconnect power. there is a acess panal that you need to remove to get at gears to grease once it is greased you will need to turn the dial a couple of times (powerless) and replace the panel and plug or turn on power (when you are turning the knob besure to return to the start cycle ) if you need more info please email me kcord44@yahoo.com thank you and good luck

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