Question about Dishwashers
Hello, I sometimes have luck by turning the breaker off for a solid 5 minutes. Not 4 and half but 5 minutes. This sometimes resets the control board like rebooting a computer. If that doesn't do it I'd start by checking for 120 volts at the power connection (in a little electrical box) behind the toe kick panel on the right side. if you have 120 volts their then check the fuse on the control board. You will have to remove the screws holding the control section to the door to access the control board and possible remove all screws holding the door together. The best way to do this is to sit on the floor in front of the D/W and open the door so it is in your lap. The fuse is usually a small plastic looking piece clipped to the side of the control board housing. Also some models have a black cover over the whole control board. You can go to - http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action - Type in your model number then select model search. You can get part breakdown and buy parts for most brands. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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