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Hi our literature describes the dishwasher as a CredaPlan so I have taken a (probably poor) guess at the most similar model. The machine is built in and 10+ years old, and non electronic.
It has a 2400W heater & 480W motor
The fault is that the unit is dead with the door closed, but fires up with the door open.
The machine is built in and a big hastle to replace.
Any ideas where to look first?
thanks in advance
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