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- Remove the screws on the back of the unit and take off the back two panels.
- Facing the back, there is a thermostat toward the back-middle-right... it has a brass nut that holds it in place and two wires attached to it. (my wires were pink). Check this first: check the wiring here, and if you have a multimeter, check the continuity between the two terminals. It should be closed (conducting) when cold.
- You should see the wires for the heating coil on the left side. If you have a multimeter, check the resistance across the left and right terminals (the middle terminal with green wires is ground). If there is no continuity, the heater is dead.
- Finally, the only other cause would be the relay (hidden off in the right-rear corner of the unit) or the control panel.
on Apr 17, 2008
My Haier Dishwasher HDW100WHT is pumping water over the floor .The door is firmly closed. Any Suggestions please?
OK. When you see water on the floor, and you open the door, is there any water rising in the wash chamber and breaching the seal? If you open the door and do not see any water other than the water dripping off the dishes or whatever, I would suspect there's a leak underneath. If you see water standing in there, they you will want to clean the food/debris trap. Refer to your manual, if you have one. If the food trap is cleared and the water is still comin out, I would suspect a leak underneath the unit, possibly a loose water hose or drain hose.
on Apr 27, 2019
We have a Haier dishwasher and the capacitor
Make, model, serial number of your unit is ... ? I have dealt with capacitors for over 50 years, so I know what I'm doing. But there is no such thing as a five MICROVOLT capacitor, which is what 5uv means to a scientist like myself! Did you mean five micro FARAD, which should be expressed 5uF? But the voltage rating is critical, and the physical size is critical and the temperature rating is critical and the lead diameter is critical and the lead spacing is critical and the style (axial lead versus radial lead) is critical.
on Apr 20, 2017
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