Question about Dishwashers
The switch on this machine's control module is electronic. I do not think you will find a relay.
In normal conditions the button is not supposed to stay latched If the button is defective you may get the same problem when the faulty button closes and opens the circuit repeatedly canceling the cycle. If you hold down the button, it stays latched and cycle may go on.
When the on off is down the reading on the appropriate pin will be 10 Ohms.
Electrolux (who built your Dishlex) does not provide schematics for the board in the control module, as this is not supposed to be serviced. It is the same with most appliances.
You can test the button finding appropriates pins in the wiring harness connector and reading impedance to find out if button is closing and opening. The test is done with power disconnected (disconnect power cord or trip circuit breaker).
I do not have manuals for Dishlex. I may have the service manual for the Electrolux equivalent. The problem is that is in a foreign language.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my dishlex dishwasher is
latching relay or door lock assembly need for you to check on that model number 560 silent range wont come out on dishlex's site should be a dx followed by some numbers try also to shut off the main power for 7 minutes to the unit to reset the control and then try to test as again you should get the same error code though due to a fault with the door lock assembly need you to check on that model number for me to produce a manual and schematic Thanks Rick
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
SOURCE: my dishlex dishwasher is a
Hi, well I am sorry to inform you, but there are NO relays behind to.or that, activate the buttons, they are what are called Soft Buttons/Keys, These simply indicate that they are Closed, to the micro,and whatever action is assigned to them device performs.
Unfortunately what has happened is that the Micro, has developed a fault, and is for whatever reason is ignoring the commands, this usually happens due to an BAD internal fault.
Honestly the very best thing to do, cost wise and hassle, is to contact a service center for your unit, ask them to call, and ask for a "Quote" as to the cost of the repairs.
There is no way unfortunately with the symptoms to pin down the exact cause, with just this indication. You see seemingly simple things can mask a large underlying problem, and it is really best to have these attended to by a professional.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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