Question about Whirlpool 24 in. DU1055XTP Built-in Dishwasher

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Apparently you didn't read the info I included with my question.

There is power to the washer. There is power to the door latch switch. And power does leave the door latch switch when door is closed.

If there is a timer switch, it must be integrated into the control panel. There is no turnable switch such as used to be common in older dishwasher.

If there is an integrated timer switch, what part number is it for this model dishwasher?

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  • greberting Aug 07, 2008

    I think I just wasted ten bucks!! The "expert" apparently didn't even read my complete question. Sheesh. No help there!!!!

  • greberting Aug 07, 2008

    That's no help at all!!!!
    I paid ten dollars with the full expectation you would tell me WHICH part to replace. It seems fairly obvious even to a dummy like me that it has to be either the electronic control board or the push button control panel.


  • greberting Aug 08, 2008

    The exact model number is DU1055XTPS0. Can you tell from the diagram which part might be defective? I certainly can't. I had looked at them BEFORE I began asking questions here. The diagrams are not adequately labeled. They don't give the names of most of the parts shown on the diagrams. They don't make it clear which parts have to be purchased as a complete assembly and which can be purchased as individual pieces.

  • greberting Aug 08, 2008

    OK, I'll grant you that the model number wasn't complete. It should have been: DU1055STPSO.

    I had looked at the Sears' site before I began posting here. The blowups there are not much help. Some parts are not identified at all. And in some cases you can't tell if you have to buy the whole assembly or if individual pieces may be purchased.

    Anyway, I still have no clue which part I need........ By the way, the Whirlpool people are no help. The dishwasher is, absolutely no doubt, a lemon. Whirlpool couldn't care less about customer satisfaction in the matter.


  • greberting Aug 08, 2008

    Sorry, but I already said that I had verified that the door switch is working properly. (I tested power in, and power out with a meter.) There actually TWO switches in the door latch assembly. They are both operating like they should.

  • greberting Aug 08, 2008

    I swear. You did not read a single thing I wrote before.
    THERE IS POWER TO THE DISHWASHER. THERE IS POWER TO THE DOOR LATCH SWITCH. AND POWER DOES GO OUT FROM THE DOOR LATCH SWITCH!!! SHEESH!!


  • greberting Aug 09, 2008

    So, I DID waste my ten dollars. In my very first post I told you that there was power to the door latch switch. And I said there was power going out of the switch. Then you tell me I need to replace the switch. You guys are either totally incompetent, too lazy to read, or you don't mind ripping people off. In any case, just to prove you wrong, I went ahead and replaced the switches (there are two, by the way. I knew that, but you never bothered to tell me.) It didn't solve the problem........

  • greberting Aug 09, 2008

    Do I need more help? Of course I do. The problem has not even been addressed properly yet, much less solved.

  • greberting Aug 10, 2008

    Just give me my money back. This is a total waste of my time.

  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2009

    power to the dishwasher, but nothing will light up or come on.

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Ok,If you need any info regarding the parts for your model just click on the below link,select your model and you can browse the sub components and the components including the diagram.
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/retrieveModelActionHome!retrieve.action;jsessionid=QQl3xkV8qbK7Dv-GyNIKtQ**.shcapp3305?modelNumber=DU1055XTP+&pop=flush

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  • Priya darshan Aug 08, 2008

    you can go for other experts advice.You have not wasted your 10 bucks at all.In the premium solution which i posted first just give me a thanks for trying rating and other experts will then be able to see your problem and provide the solution to you.



  • Priya darshan Aug 08, 2008

    And one more thing you have not mentioned your model no. correctly.You just said it is a Whirlpool 24 in. DU1055XTP
    That's the reason i gave you the link and told you to first check your exact model from that.


  • Priya darshan Aug 08, 2008

    Ok,Now there are three types of switches..you can chaeck them out.Click on the below link.You can alsoe click on the pics to view them.

    http://www.repairclinic.com/SmartSearch/...



  • Priya darshan Aug 08, 2008

    ohk..looks like that link isn't working.Anyways just click on the above link and on the top left just enter this model no.DU1055STPSO in the search box and click on search.You will get the parts.Next under the part type select switch.You will get 3 types of switches.Check the pics out.And i believe the one you are looking for is the door switch.



  • Priya darshan Aug 08, 2008

    See there are only 4 things which can cause no power to the dishwasher.

    1. No power to the dishwasher

    Make sure there's power getting to the dishwasher. Check for a
    tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for
    power. Sometimes the power cord disconnects at the dishwasher
    (inside the junction box, behind the bottom kick panel), if this is
    the case, the wiring must be repaired or replaced.



    2. Door switch

    Replace if defective.



    3. Timer

    Replace if defective (note: uncommon problem).



    4. Selector switch

    Replace if defective (note: uncommon problem).







  • Priya darshan Aug 09, 2008

    Again.You have not wasted your 10 dollars at all.
    We do not rip people.You want more assistance you will get it.You want a refund you will get that.
    I already told you to rate me as thanks for trying in the premium solution you paid for and then other experts will look into the issue and give you a solution for it.

    If you need anymore help please let me know.


  • Priya darshan Aug 10, 2008

    I already told you to rate me as thanks for trying in the premium
    solution you paid for and then other experts will look into the issue
    and give you a solution for it.


  • Priya darshan Aug 10, 2008

    Please email premium.support@fixya.com
    regarding the refund issue.


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