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Frigidaire PLD2560LCC1, starts, then stops

My Frigidaire PLD2560LCC1 starts, then stops for no reason. After it stops, the Washing, Sanitized and Clean green lights are all blinking. I cut the power, wait, reset the PF warning, and start it, it begins the cycle and then stops. The "Lower Rack" light is now also blinking after I restart. I assume these lights are a code to identify a problem like many appliances, but I can't find a listing of what the lights mean when they are indicating an error.

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  • stoddardl Jun 09, 2008

    Thanks man, let me know if you hear anything from the factory rep. Much appreciated.

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Error cxodes are published in your owners manual. If you need an owner's manual, you can download it here:

http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/products/ManualSearchDisplay.action?psid=17286466&sid=MMHSx20070515x00001a

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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    David Emmel Jun 06, 2008

    Apparently this model has had some control board issues, which is what it sounded like, but if it had a self-diagnostic code system, that would have confirmed it. I found 1 on e-bay for $79.00 new. Part # 154470605.

    I was unable to find any more info.other than the board at the link below.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Frigidaire-Dishwashe...

    I e-mailed a factory service rep. that I know, to see if he could help us. I will post you tomorrow on an update.

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