Question about Dishwashers
Water is hot when we open the door. If I advance the timer it still doesn't move.
Try using a cycle that doesn't boost the heat. Usually a quick or china/delicate cycle. Any cycle that heats the water pauses the timer until it is done. Some machines even select this with heated dry. The sensor that controls this can go bad and stop the timer completely. If it operates for the complete cycle , look for the sensor and replace it. There is usually a wiring diagram somewhere in the machine sometimes in an envelope inside the door, control panel or behind the front bottom panel
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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