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Whirlpool Quiet Partner II

No power to the face even after I checked the handle latch/power break switch. I also checked the wall plug for power and it is alive.

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  • Anonymous Sep 23, 2008

    Hmmm...don't believe there is no HOME FIX, as I have the same problem too. I'm investigating it. I have found that when I close it the door, sometimes slamming it, the power to the face panel comes back on. Tells me there is either a loose wire connection and/or a latch problem. Either case...will report findings as I'm working on it the next couple of days.

  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    The latch does not cause the door to lock properly and the metal piece will fall out

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Take the back of the door off and remove the panel where all the wires lead to. If you look at the handle that holds the door shut there are 4 wires on a connector there on its switch. There should be a brown one. Follow that wire back and about 12 inches later there is a little switch it connects to. That switch is your problem. Remove both wires connecting to it, splice the 2 wires together and your dishwasher should work fine until you get the actual replacement part. If not you can just leave the wires spliced and it will still work fine. Hope this helps.

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THERE IS NO HOME FIX.BEST YOU GET A TECHNICIAN TO ASSIST.

GOODLUCK.

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Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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