Question about Candy 24 in. CD623 Free-standing Dishwasher
If the machine does not heat up, then rather then the element, the most common reason for no heat is a faulty thermostat.
The thermostat can be tested removing it from appliance and reading Ohms at its terminals, or jumping it and running a controlled cycle (the element will overheat in this conditions and cycle must be stopped manually).
To test continuity (read Ohms), set the multimeter to impedance. With the multimeter probes touch the contacts of the thermostat. If the thermostat is good it will read zero or low impedance. If it is bad, then it will have no continuity (circuit open and Ohms infinity, same as in the air).
The element is tested in a similar way. If the element has no continuity, then it is gone.
The timer board is the last part to be tested and replaced. Thermostat and element must be tested first. Before eventually going for the control module, also test wiring to heating system.
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