Question about Dishwashers
The flashing power button is a bad sign. You may have flooded the circuit board out or there may be a bad component as a result of the flood. Difficult to know from here.
Most flooding on dish washers is caused by a failed float switch or aeneroid switch. These tell the unit that there is enough water. The float is located in the front of the dish washer and should move up and down easily. If not, why not? If you don't have such as switch, there is a tube from the bottom of the tub to a round flat device with two wires coming out. It controls the level. Blowing on it should open the circuit. Sucking on it should give you a 'vacuum'.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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