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Dishwasher fault had leak,when opened bottom plate, could not see any obvious leak problem,hand dryed what componets i could. made sure no wires were loose then screwd back bottom plate,turn power back on but power button flashing continuously know,any advice plz

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  • taya04 Jul 21, 2008

    thanks for the reply bob,when the bottom plate was removed on my 1st inspection there was 2 short tubes coming from the bottom of the tub,these were to short to go anywere,or connnect to anything also,i gave you some duff imfo (sorry about that) the light that was flashing was the start light on top off start button any advice please, many thanks marc

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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'.

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