20 Most Recent Whirlpool DU930 Built-in Dishwasher Questions & Answers

start be resetting the circuit beaker in the basement. It might need a reset you can tell if it is because it will be slightly out of position from the other ones in line above and below it. once you flip it from off to back on see if the unit works.

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Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Mar 07, 2018

check if its dead then the power coming into the unit is bad or the fuse inside on the control board has blown.
check the power at the dishwasher and if all is well then open the door, remove all the screws from around the edge, raise the inside panel, swap the fuse thats on the control board
If the control panel is not lit at all and the dishwasher doesn't function either then you will have to check the fuse. The fuse is on the control board. It is a white flat plastic fuse that is on the front of the control board.Remove the screws from the inner door. There should be about eight or so screws that need to be removed from the door we it is opened.

After those screws a removed you can pull off the inner and outer door to expose the control board in the top portion of the door. It is usually in a black plastic cover that protects the board. You will need to depress the clips on the black plastic cover on either side to release the cover. Once the cover is off you will see the control board and fuse attached to the control board.

If you have a meter you can check the fuse with continuity. First unplug or turn the circuit to the machine off. Then take the wires off the fuse and put the leads from the meter onto the terminals of the fuse. And then set your meter to ohms or continuity. You should read 0 ohms or a tone with continuity. If the fuse is good and has continuity then you need to replace the main control board.If the fuse is bad you will have to change it.

Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014

Here is a tip that I wrote that will help you with your dishwasher not drainingproblem...

Dishwasher Problems - Waterwill not drain out




Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011

Hello giov..... the dimensions of the whirlpool DU930 require an opening that is 24 inches wide x 24 inches deep by 34 inches high.

Here is the manual showing these and many other measurements for this machine

Thanks for choosing Fixya!

Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Mar 09, 2011

You may just need to reset your control board. Go to the link and it will explain how to reset the control board as well as explain what might cause the issue and how to fix it.


Good Luck


Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Mar 06, 2011

the drain hose maybe clogged it connects to the garbage disposal or the air gap at under the sink. you can get a wet dry vac and **** it out . or if the hose is just laying under the sink on the bottom of the cabinet you need a loop put in it. just attach it to the top of the sink some where and leave slack after the attached location toward the sink.

Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Nov 17, 2010

You can try to observe the action in the dishwasher with the door open although you will get a little wet. You can shield the upper half from the water since it's coming from the bottom. You can dress appropriately and protect the floor. You can see exactly where the water is squirting from this way. You have to hold the door switch in so it will run with the door open.

Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Feb 25, 2010

You may have a problem with the electronic control board or there may be an issue with the pump (clogged, etc.). Contact an appliance service company.

Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010

I've had a look at the Whirlpool site for detailed information for you, but they seem to want you to buy a pump assembly complete. Not very helpful.
If you type your exact model number they may come up with a spares kit -
Whirlpool Sapres Department - http://www.4whirlpool.co.uk/cgi-bin/search.pl?query=pump&pg=9&brand=&model=&part=

There is usually a slight gap in this mincer arrangement. It could be that the "strainer" has become detatched from it's intended fixed position. If this is the case. Try heat from a soldering iron to bond it to it's fixing, or an epoxy adhesive as a last resort before purchase of a new pump assembly.

If there is room for a small spring on the output shaft, this may also keep it at the correct distance.

Sorry I could not identify the exact part for you.

Whirlpool DU930... | Answered on Aug 15, 2009

The latch may be misaligned, damaged or defective.

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 10, 2021

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