My 907 dishwasher (2 years old) has lost power & will not turn on. It seems there is no power getting to the dishwasher.I have checked the power point with another appliance which works so therefore it is not the power point. I have checked the power board & all is ok there too. I have checked all the filters, they are clear & unblocked. Is there anything else i can do rather than wait 6 days for service to come out please.
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Re: westinghhouse 907 dishwasher Sydney Australia
Make sure there's power getting to the dishwasher. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power. Sometimes the power cord disconnects at the dishwasher (inside the junction box, behind the bottom kick panel), if this is the case, the wiring must be repaired or replaced.
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if you are getting no lights on the display and assuming you have mains power getting into the dishwasher, the problem could be on the power control board located at the top part of the door module under the display panel. Refer the control panel diagram item K253
You have to be careful when handling the dishwasher. Make sure it is disconnected from the main power and the water inlet is turned off. If in doubt call the service technician. You are still covered by parts warranty for 2-5 years (depending on part) See warranty policy in operators manual
I would check out this site for parts, you can order, pay for and have delivered to your door. You can also let them know, before you order, that you live in Sydney Australia, and ask if there is anything you should have that is different. I think the parts will be the same, but it doesn't hurt to be sure. Good Luck.
I havn't seen an AM8 in over 15 years.
Hobart will keep parts available for quite a few years past end of production, but this may be too long. The AM 10 and early 12's are compatable.
You need a 6 bolt pump to motor. Yours has the old cast iron wash arms. All the new have light stainless arms. Just checked my records. the new AM12 which superceeded your design was in 1981. Perhaps look around for a used AM14 which fits your tables and plumbing. Confirm the voltage is compatable.
The AM15 is the current spec and is far superior.