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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You have to pull out your unit about 3 inches to get to where the latch is screwed in. It is a phillips screw. The part number is 4026DD3001A. In the meantime to keep it closed you are going to have to get creative..
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
Well, I've got a different problem. I need a control module!!!
The flashing WASH light appears to indicate the door latch (switch) is not fully engaged. I proved that I mine which works, just doesn't pump out/drain water. If I unlatch the door and then press START, the WASH light blinks.
*WARNING* 120V ELECTRICAL CURRENT! ONLY ATTEMPT THIS IS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
The switch is located behind the control panel (5 screws from the inside.) The Hot (Black) AND Neutral (White) wires comes from the electrical input and pass through the switch. You can do a simple continuity check with the power disengaged to test the path through the switch and into the control module (pins 3 & 9m black and white).
Now... anyone have a Control Module (working) they want to give/sell to me so I don't have to go buy a new dishwasher? I just replaced the drain valve on mine :( If you do, you can send me a note vidioteic (at) gmail (dot) com
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
This is a repair that you can easily perform yourself. The part number for the replacement latch is 5304442173. Go to repairclinic.com and type in the this part number and they will also include a new door gasket. All their parts ship with instructions on how to replace as well. Just make sure you secure power to the dishwasher before servicing. If you need assistance with replacing the part, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
I have had the same problem and there is a simple fix.
The problem in my case was the floating water sensor was stuck and gummed up with grease.
On the bottom of the dishwasher, in the front right corner there is a round doughnut-looking thing. This is the water level sensor. It is open on the bottom, and grease collects there.
When this happens, the air pocket is too small, and the float won't float. then the dishwasher overflows. To clean it: just reach under with your finger, and scoop out the grease.
Sometimes, after doing this, the float then gets stuck in the "up" position. When this happens, the dishwasher completely drains, and the heater element for the dishwasher is exposed, and food cooks onto it, and that is where the smell is coming from.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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It would be helpful to have the full model number of the dishwasher.
Most likely the door seal is swollen and may need replacement.
Alternatively the micoswitch in side the latch assembly is not making contact with the latch tongue.
It is also possible the springs at the door base are too tight and need to be adjusted.
need the model number.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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