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Sparks from the Dishwasher door

Hello,

Spark comes from a dishwasher door and then burning smell. Is the dishwasher safe to use. How can this be fixed.

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  • Ryanmabob May 11, 2010

    I had this as well.. Although it just tripped the power.. Didn't sound good.

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I did learn today that this might have been a problem in one of the control plannel board and they might have to change all boards to make sure problem does not exist. It is costly. Might get a new dishwasher in the same price.
How did your problem got resolved. Did you change th eparts. I was told that it won't be safe to use the dishwasher untill it is fixed completely.

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