Question about GE 24 in. GSD2000Z Built-in Dishwasher
One of our kids opened the door in the middle of the cycle and now it won't reset. It was on Normal wash and now the light just flashes under the Normal button. When we push reset/start it just beeps continually but the cycle won't continue or reset. We can't use the dishwasher-help!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull the dishwasher out and push down on the top of the dishwasher were the door latch is ,its not making conntact with the microswitch.but you could also have a broken handle.these are both common faults on this model.hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
you have a few choices if the factory says that this is normal. try shutting off the breaker or unplugging the dishwasher. we use plugs when we install them to make removal easier. with the power down for a few moments, it may reset itself if its a solid state board. otherwise, let it run and then start it over again to do what you intended. its not a big problem if that is what you are stuck with for functionality. it is not a common need to reset, i would expect. check the manual too, you may need to hold the reset button for a few seconds or more.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
SOURCE: blinking lights on control panel
Same issue, machine is about 30 days past waranty. Door switch broke, but of course they (GE repair) do not fix the switch, you have to order the Escutcheon Body (whole panel) to fix ~$350 total.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: After a power outage, my
Unfortunately, if you lost power as a result of a lightning storm or a power surge, there is a good chance that your dishwasher was exposed to a power surge that may have damaged the control circuitry. During these types of events, there is no way of knowing which device was affected unless there are visible signs of carbon or a burnt smell on the ircuit boards... so it will be a hit or miss proposition to repair it. You may have no choice other than to have an appliance person come in and diagnose the problem. Assuming they have a full complemnent of hardware with them, they might try swapping out individual piece parts until the right one is found... Good luck...
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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