The heating water led is on but the machine runs fors hours and does not finish. The water is cold if I open door and let cool down and then restart it does not get warm even though the heating water led is on. It has had the board replaced once and also have replaced the fuse thermal 8269213 to new 8193762
I have a SALTON DISHWASHER MODEL SDW12.I would like to find out why the water is not heating up. Is it possible that a fuse could have blown and if so where would the fuse be situated. Any other info would be greatfully recieved.
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I just fixed a F&P GW612. There was a darning needle stuck in the drain motor pump stopping the propeller from spinning around. I fixed it for my mum by watching a couple of You Tube videos. Easy job to do. Took me about 1.5 hours including drawing out the water from the drum with a bucket & jug first. Lay the machine on a soft mat, remove the motor pump from underneath, clean it out. (You could find a foreign object such as a coin, cloth, rubber band etc.) Put it back together & test if it's pumping out water at the rince cycle by doing a low water wash cycle. So happy, job done & I saved my mum some money!!
The water temp thermostat is to blame or the water is not heating.Basically what happens is the washer fills with cold water and starts to wash and heat at the same time.Once the water reaches a certain temperature it moves onto the next stage of the wash program.If the water is not heating or the thermostat is not working the programmer wont get the signal to move on.Hope this helps.
Cold water is the only type of water that fills your tub. The machine looks like it stops because it is waiting for the water heater to heat the water in your machine to a highert temperature, enough to get your dishes clean.On that model you can't say very often that your dishes don't get clean.
if element changed recently when it failed it may have damged heater relay on back of control module if the heater or this has failed you will only get a cold wash on any prog they will take nearly four hours to finish if it takes normal time to wash but doesnt heat will probably be an ntc fault this is attached to heater and easy to replace.
check the cold water supply, either from the mains pipe, there is no water getting into the machine, if water is there up to the machine check the solenoid for circuit, to do this unplug from electric, remove lid, and test the two wires on relevant solenoid, no circuit means faulty solenoid, (test with the 2 wires removed from solenoid) take care note position of wires to put back properly
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The cold water feeds for condenser cooling and for wash cycle drum fill are controlled by separate solenoid valves (manifolded together at the cold water inlet hose union).
When the solenoid on my condenser coolant valve failed a couple of years back, I got symptoms like yours. A new pair of valves isn't expensive to buy and is a trivial job to fit.
If this is what has been happening, suggest you also inspect the insides of your dryer fan and of the pump - neither of mine took really kindly to having been cooked for hours on end.