Question about Hotpoint Dishwashers
Open the dishwasher and take the bottom dish rack out, you will see a really thick steel wire which runs around the edge of the bottom of the dishwasher in a loop, that is what heats your water.
check to see if this has snapped
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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These two lights indicate a fault in the heating circuit.
You would require to have access to and be able to use a multimeter to test the heater if the machine isn't actually heating the water.
If it is heating the water then obviously we know the fault isn't with the heater.
Check the heater first.
Take the door apart and check the wiring in the door isn't broken.
If everything checks ok, take the pcb out, look for burned or dry joints around the relays.
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