Buamatic dishwasher- cycle is not completing when running- gets stuck.
One day, my one year old dishwasher just stopped by itself, in the middle of the normal cycle, I have since then tried to check the water presure and remove cables and pipes and reconnect but it is still doing the same.Can anyone please help me to understand what is happening here, it gets stuck after running for about 10 minutes, and there is no water in the washer when I open it at the stuck stage
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i have the whirlpool top loader also. Was not quiet a year old, starts running at random by itself. They sent the repair man out got lectured that it was my fault (too much soap, washer is in basement, I need to call an electrician to check the wiring). Now it drips water into the inside of the washer.
I can see it will eventually be cheaper to replace than call the repairman back.... Won't be a Whirlpool
I PULLED THE DISHWASHER OUT FROM UNDER MY KITCHEN TOP. THEN TRIED IT AGAIN AND IT STARTED WORKING. WATER WAS ENTERING THE MACHINE AS IT SHOULD AND THE WHOLE CYCLE WAS COMPLETED FROM WASHING TO DRYING. BUT WITH THE ODD RATTLING SOUND NOT COOMING FROM DISHES. I ASSUME THE INLET PIPE WAS PROBABLY BENT THEREFORE BLOCKING WATER COMING IN BUT WHY NOW AFTER YEARS OF BEING IN THAT POSITION. THE OTHER THING I CHANGED WAS THE ELECTRIC SOCKET POINT- IE I PLUGGED IT IN SOMEWHERE ELSE BECAUSE MOVING IT MEANT THE LEAD COULD NOT REACH ORIGINAL SOCKET. HOPEFULLY WHEN I RETURN IT TO ORIGINAL POSITION EVERYTHING WILL BE WORKING. FUNNY THING HAPPENED THE WEEK BEFORE- MY WASHING MACHINE WAS STUCK IN MIDDLE OF A CYCLE . BUT STARTED WORKING THE FOLLOWING DAY. COULD IT BE MY ELECTRICITY PERHAPS - IE MY APPLIANCES ARE NOT RECEIVING ENOUGH CURRENT?
Try "resetting" the control board by running the diagnostic cycle. The cycle completes in 15 minutes.
The details are in the service manual. The manual can be found hidden behind the tow plate (at the very bottom front of the washer).
The diagnostic cycle may tell you the problem. It also helps clear up some of the software gltiches.
It is easy to run the diagnostic cycle.
Just the buttons in the following sequence. The sequence should be complete within 6 sec.
heated dry -> Normal -> heated dry -> Normal
This will trigger diagnostic cycle of 19 intervals. Pay special attention to the intervals 18, 17, 9, 6, 4.
Interval 18 - displays your controller module number (should be letter 'd' followed by number 0 or 1 or 2 or something. Note that down for future reference.
Interval 17 displays 'software generation number' Note that down for future reference.
Then wait until you reach interval 9.
--- clean LED turns on - then an open or shorted thermister is detected.
-- Sanitized LED turns on - then the washer detected greater than 100 deg F temperature
-- Soaking/sensing LED should NOT come on (unless food soil is present).
-- Soaking/sensing LED should come on
Let the cycle complete and then try running the normal wash. Hopefully the possible glitches are cleared by now and you should have no problem.
If this doesn't work, time to call the expert tech.
My SHU43C is just over 3 years old. I had a similar problem recently. First, there were a few floods. Then, the Bosch only drained non-stop. Even when I used the Cancel Drain buttons the drain pump would run without stopping. When I tried to run one of the cleaning cycles, no water entered the machine. Corrective: I removed the base plate, and saw that the red plastic floatation device was in the up position. Using a flashlight and a wooden spoon, I lightly toggled the red float stem down. I pushed regular clean cycle and kept toggling with the red float stem until the rinse water started to enter the machine (turning the red stem seems to also actuate a step in the program). Now the dishwasher runs normally. Voila!
LG Dishwasher LD 1403W. We have cleaned it and when it gets to the heating cycle after running right through to nearly the end, it trips all the electricity and stops everything. Its only 3 years old and hubby thinks its the heating element but between $200=$300 to fix.
I am having the same issue as described above. I think it is either the timer, thermostat (temp assure), or thermostat (temp boost) that needs replacing. The dial gets stucks in both the wash temp boost cycle and rinse temp boost cycle. However, I don't have a picture of the temp assure or boost part.
Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks.