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Dacor mdw24s close door code lights keep coming on stopping dishwasher and the door is closed and latched, and problem is not the door switch or latch

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  • drobokos Mar 31, 2009

    Same problem... Door Closed and Locked but the CL indication is flashing on the control panel. Second time it happens to me. the first time the unit was under warranty and local Dacor rep replaced the main board. A year and a month later same problem. Dacor refuses to cover the repeater... Any idea which component may failed? 

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The issue is the controller board seems not to be insulated and then the glue from the connector that holds the power to the board comes apart from the heat of the wash.  I removed the board, resoldered it (power cables are the black ones) and it seems to work.  Plus I added insurlation to the front of the door (simple .5" insulation from Lowes) and now my board works a lot better.  Thus far no more CL.  

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