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Fisher Paykel DD602 burning smell

I bought this dishdrawer used and have been able to replace the drain hose and the lid with no problems (had f1 code). It has been running beautifully for 6 months and all of a sudden there was a burning smell coming from the dishdrawer last night. There were no error codes and it finished the wash (I would have shut it off if I had realized it was the dishwasher making the smell). I took the front panel off and there is a smell not in the control board but the pump i think. There is a red light behind where I would put the jet dry in. Does this mean I have to replace the pump?

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    I know this isn't a solution but can I ask you where you found your used dishdrawer?

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The red light is the indicatior light for the rinse aid (jet dry) when you look at the fill cap, the center of it will light up when you need to refill. there is a float inside that blocks the light when full, and uncovers the light when the rinse aid is low.

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What is the Jet Dry? if you mean rinse aid, then no this light means that you need to put in more rinse aid
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Fisher Paykel DD602 dishdrawer with the lower drawer removed. The flood switch in mounted on the base, left hand side.
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