20 Most Recent KitchenAid 24 in. KUDI01TJ - Multiple Color Built-in Dishwasher Questions & Answers

if your fuse is blowing often i would suggest you to move your washer to a different place and try a different plug point.

there may be some fault with your power.

try to sort it out step by step.

thank you

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on Apr 09, 2021

My (KUDI01TJ)Dishwasher did the same thing.
I Pressed start, it acted like it was starting and then turned off.

I started the rapid advance service diagnostic feature:
1.Close dishwasher door
2.press "Hi-Temp Wash"
3.press "Energy Saver Dry"
4.press "Hi-Temp Wash"
5.press "Energy Saver Dry"
This started the diagnostics and the dishwasher went through each cycle.
After this, my dishwasher worked fine.

I think the controller must have got in some wierd mode and unpluging the washer would not clear it out but running the
diagnostics cleared it.
Hope this works for you
-Steve Payne

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on May 21, 2013

Hi clean it inside with some clr

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on Mar 23, 2013

call chas&son,s at 579-379-0993 and they will come out the same day no less okay

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on Feb 13, 2013

The dishwasher has to be removed from its cabinet to gain access to the bottom Part of the switch Once you see it you will know what to to do very simple removal.Remember to rate my solution and give testimonial this is how i earn achievement here on FixYa Thanks in advance

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on Apr 25, 2012

Hi it's hard to diagnose from symptoms described, but try this post and fix below i am pretty sure this may be whats happening with your unit? Please read right through to the bottom....

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on Jun 18, 2011

Check your thermal fuse. The fuse is located inside the control panel on or near the main control board. It will be a bullet shaped component mounted with a white plastic clip with two wires leading from it. The fuse should read a short if good. Now...keep in mind, if the fuse blew it is usually for a reason. Replacing it may or may not correct your problem. In some model dishwashers there was a thermal fuse kit that was required to be installed which involved cutting the wires and using a wire splice to connect the new fuse. It seems that there was a design flaw where the gauge wire used in manufacturing would cause the thermal fuse to blow prematurely due the wire overheating. I can't remember if this applies to KitchenAid, but I believe it does. You may inquire about this at your local parts store. I hope this helps you.

KitchenAid 24... • Answered on Jun 16, 2011

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