Hi. I have had my Jackson for 2-3 years. So far, so good. Now the start button sometimes doesn't work and we have to push it several times. Sometimes if we open and shut the door, it will start when we push it again.
Do I possibly need a new button?
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Thank you, Colette Nelson, Chef/Owner Ludvig's Bistro, Inc. Sitka, Alaska
When a component sometimes works and sometimes doesn't work, it suggests the component itself is functioning correctly. Check for loose wire connections on the door switch, the start switch, and on the cycle-reset switch which is located on the cam-timer assy of the machine (if so equipped). Cam timer assy is behind the kick-plate, under the door.
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Don't know model but it's either a relay , solenoid or contractor not working. Should be a wiring diagram inside panel . Check voltage and sometimes you can smell the faulty part. Appliance part stores have everything you need and probably can advise you on what's wrong w it and the part you need
Hopefully you have resolved your issue. I have not heard of the cancel light flashing issue. I have had problems with the clean light flashing seven times over and over and the control panel will not operate. Here is the solution to that. Maybe it will work for your issue as well.
Open dishwasher door, Push Hi Temp Scrub button, Push Saver Dry button, Push Hi Temp Scrub button again, Push Saver Dry button again, All lights on control panel will come on. Close dishwasher door, Push Baked on Cookware or Normal Button. Dishwasher should start and complete cycle.
It is good if you have kids that play video games. Their fingers are used to pushing buttons quickly. I guess this resets the control board. The service guy let me have this info as I used to deliver appliances and work on them somewhat.Hope this helps.
no there is no seal keep the wash arms clean if the last hole gets stopped up then it will spin backwards and cause it to come off
otherwise go to home depo and get a oring that fist over the threads on the breaing and tighten by hand and you should be good
i have worked on these machines for 12 years
I had the same problem but I found someone wh said that there is a way to reset the dishwasher. I tried it and it has worked so far.
Here is what I did.
Push the Hi-temp and then push the Sani-rinse. Go back and forth multiple times on these two buttons. I found that after a handfull of pushes that a "1" came up on the display. I continued to keep rotating the two buttons and then a "2" came up on the display and the dishwater started it's "drain" phase. I then hit cancel to clear and then I selected the cycle I wanted. The washer started up just as normal at this point.
Sounds like you have a control panel and/or control board issue. Normally when operator functions fail or "halfway" work the main control board, associated keypad, or wiring are the likely suspect. Now...another remote possibility could be the door latch not closing properly. However, this would affect ALL functions. I hope this helps you.