Question about GE Dishwashers
My Ge Quiet Power 3 Dish washer has been acting strange lately. One day after I loaded it and closed the door, the control panel started blinking, beeping, and clicking rapidly until it shut off. The door latch was in pretty rough shape so I replaced that, but it didn't solve the problem. The door shuts tightly, but the control panel does the same thing when I close the door. Once it shuts off, I have to turn the breaker off for several hours and keep the door open to get any signs of life. When the door is open, the Light and Heat Dry lights are on and blinking like I opened the door during a running load, when I close the door to cancel the cycle or reset it, the same thing happens where the control panel rapidly blinks, beeps and clicks, then shuts off until I turn the breaker off for hours. Any ideas? I'm hoping I don't have to replace the control panel. I got this Dishwasher on clearance and a new panel is more than what the washer is worth.
Seems like the anti flood is activated when water (even a small amount) appears on the bottom of the machiene. This is usualy a leaking pipe but can also be caused by a clogged pipe. Most machiens do have a plastic pipe that (from the flat water tank) feeds water to the bottom of the machiene in case of an internal fault. The anti flood is normaly a polystireen float with micro switch on the base of the washer. This automatically puts the outlet pump on to drain the water. The machiene does not work exept the outlet pump in this mode.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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