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F & P Dishdrawer DD6031

Both drawers have started turning on by themselves apparently in the rinse cycle, (though nothing happens) the motor just whirs. The drawers aren't locked and the red indicator light is on on the front display panel. This continues no matter what I do until I turn them off at the power switch.

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Hi Alli,
Were you able to fix this? I have the same problem.
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The Problem is Related to the Dishdrawers Motherboard Control Center This usually happens when water condensation sits on the board to long and Short Circuits controls.

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

  • johnloschiav Nov 05, 2010

    well what do i do if the board short circuits and were is the board

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