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Stuck on clean light always flashing

Hi i always have to reset my dishwasher to get it to work the code comes up 88 1d what does this mean DISHWASER Whirlpool gold

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  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2009

    I dont have a portable that was amistake I have a whirlpool gold quiet partner 3 and the repare man who came did check that already the arm and blade but thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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There is something jammed in either the arm or blade that is setting off the code.

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