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Hello, I ran a cycle in my KUDMO3FTSS2 and when complete, found dishwasher failed to empty all water... also, now cannot seem to power unit. No buttons work, no lights on to indicate unit is locked. Tried resetting breaker, no luck. Cannot seem to power unit. Help? Puzzled.

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Do the dishwasher still operate or not?

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Hi bluepanther,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your problem is: You have a Kitchen Aid Dishwasher that has a light on saying CONTROL LOCK,of which when on you can't do any wash cycles.You tried doing canel out,but no help.What can you do to get off so can use unit?? Is there a reset button underneath that will reset unit.you are very mechanical and can pull unit apart if needed....Thanks Scott

Should not be nessessary. The lock is for keeping playfull little hands from getting into trouble. You must have inadvertently activated it. Try pressing and holding the "heated dry" button. This should deactivate the lock after about six seconds. This same procedure will reactivate it should you feel the need.

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Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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make sure you don't block either sink with food as they share the same drain. Also check to make sure the hose between the washer and the sink is clear and not blocked with food/gunk.

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Removed power line from panel board # 11 as seen in appliance parts pros and shocked the board. It came to life and completed a cycle nominally. Then it died again. Tried to shock it again and sometimes it works but most times it doesn/t. Similar posts indicate a transistor failure in the board assembly. The board is easy to replace and costs about 90$. I'm replacing mine. Turn off power. Remove #15 torx screws (6) from the upper cover and lean panel forward. Remove board power . Diagram where connectors go back. Board is held in with 6 clips. Gently push clips open on one side and tilt board to remove board and ribbon cable. Reverse installation.

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Please confirm your model is the same as the one shown in this manual.

i am unable to find any mention that "start pad" -- means door switch problem.

You can check out the door switch by getting to the right parts using this diagram. Door switch is item 12.

Please post a comment to confirm what you found.


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