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Under cycle setting the quick rinse light keeps flashing and dishwasher does not run.

After the first time the quick rinse light began flashing I disassembled the door and control panel (after shutting off power). I disconnected all of the electric connectors from the electronic control. Once I reassembled the electronic control and the inside panel and turned the power back on the dishwasher ran again through about 3 loads but each time it stopped short of the final cycle and there was water in the bottom tub when it stopped. It now has stopped completely and will not run. I tried to repeat what I did earlier to bring it back to life but no such luck. I can not locate any of the manuals from 2002 when we installed it. Thanks, Jim

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Smelled of burnt something after end of cycle. Now powers on to disoriented flashing lights then turns quickly off and doesnt start.

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Hey Jim, if your model starts with 665 there was a service flash on this unit concerning your problem. SF-22-715. Dishwasher stops in mid cycle. The control board was redesigned to eliminate this problem. The service flash states that if only one indicator light is blinking it's usually a stuck or shorted keypad. I would check with Sears and see if you are covered under this service flash. Catriver...post back.

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