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The program and start buttons dont work and the light remains on "end"

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  • joecopski Nov 16, 2010

    I have tried both of those things already.

    My dishwasher must be a different model, the two buttons are a program button and a play/pause button. Pressing them together does nothing. It's as if the buttons are jammed in.

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It is likely the moisture has got into the keypad or the controller has frozen.

Have you tried to turn the power off and on again?

Also try pressing p1 and p2 buttons together.

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

  • Sam Nov 16, 2010

    PLease confirm if the model is similar to the one in this user manual.



    The program keys and start button connect to the display pcb which must have got a fault.



    This needs to be opened up and cleaned and tried. Make sure the dishwasher power is turned off when working on it. If cleaning and reconnection does not work then you will have to replace it.



    This is the best solution and this stage.

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