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Cleaning Cycle goes twice around or more before completing cycle?

Dishwasher cycles through twice or three times before going to dry and ending the cycle. Everything else works fine but almost always goes around twice with each load

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Ours did that too. I figured ou that it was because I was putting it on ultra wash by hitting normal wash + high temp, that automaticly sets it to Ultra wash. If you just set it to normal wash and hit start it should only do one cycle.

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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