Question about Moyer Diebel 24 in. 301HT-70 Built-in Dishwasher

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The wash water does not get hot enough. The guage for the rinse shows it is high enough (Approx. 150 F), but the gauge for the wash only gets up to about 100 F.

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  • jlkimmet Dec 30, 2010

    Is there a way to check on the functioning of the timer/control board? Is this a repairable item?



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After checking for this model dishwasher I am getting nothing....hopefully you know where to get parts for this dishwasher because the timer/control board is bad....
It is not the heating element or it owuld not heat the

It has to be the control not turning on the heat when it is in the wash cycle...
Change out the control and you'll be working again...


Posted on Dec 29, 2010

  • D. Floyd Kolb
    D. Floyd Kolb Dec 30, 2010


    No... unless you have a factory bench setup to test the board there is no real good way to test them in the field...

    So of course they are very hard to repair in the field also...

    Unfortunately many times a best guess has to be made and then hope that by golly it fixes the problem....

    I am pretty sure though that your board is bad in this case...




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