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Indesit IDL535 Dishwasher intermittent fault

This dishwasher only works once a week! I think perhaps water is getting on to the electric wires and when they dry out it works again. Is this easy to repair?
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Suggest you check the electrical lines from the panel on out. Something is wrong with connections and it could be dangerous. If you're not familiar with electricity, get someone who is.

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