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Either the dishwasher has a short in it, or the electrical outlet you are plugging into is incorrectly wired. To check the outlet, use a $4 electrical socket tester you can get at any hardware store. That will tell you if the wiring is correct.

If the wiring is correct, then dishwasher probably has a major electrical short and will require a service person to trace the problem. May be more expensive than the dishwasher is worth, but only you know that part of it.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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