Question about Dishwashers
Ck the connections where the cord hooks to the wiring harness. look for hot or shorted wiring . also ck the contro panel for the same . generaly if you have a power draw like you are saying then you can see the problem . mm
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
Because the circuit will noly stay on for a few seconds the tracing down of the problem could be difficult. Can you tell if the breaker trips if it sounds like power was applied to the motor or did it just buzz and tripp???
If it sounded like the motor tried to start then I would guess it is a motor problem...if it just buzzed and tripped then a wire maybe rubbed through...
Often times the best way to track down the problem is with an OHM meter...tracing the circuits till you find the one that is causing the problem...this can be tedious and time consuming...
If you are comfortable with that type of troubleshooting...go for it...if not then calla tech. in to troubleshoot it, but make sure that he has done that before and is not just a parts changer...that can get very expensive...
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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