Question about Dishwashers
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Posted on Nov 27, 2018
Is the door locking
Posted on Nov 13, 2018
Adjust setting ,check air condition
cling dust and another check electric power system
Posted on Nov 13, 2018
Could be the door latch or could be the board. Probably best to get a service tech to check it
Posted on Nov 12, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a new control board. I bought similar range in 2004 and I just got my 3rd control board. Heating the oven over 400 degrees and using the self-clean function kills the board.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
There are two possibilities here. First of all make sure the latch is adjusted to close the door tight. IF not, you can adjust it using a screw driver. next, you may have to replace the gasket as these do wear out.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
The first thing you will want to check is for power coming into the unit. Remove the bottom access panel and you will see a box. Remove the panel on the box (usually one 1/4 screw) You will see two wire nuts this is your L1 and neutral. Check with a voltage meter for 120v coming into the unit. If you dont have 120v at this point you will need to check breakers and make sure you dont have a flipped wall switch.
If you have 120V then you will need to remove the inner door panel (about 8 torx screws usually) You will need to find your two micro switches in the latch assy part# 99002187 MSRP 36.56. You can run a continuity test on these with an ohm meter by manually depressing the switches make sure you kill power to the dishwasher before checking switches.
If the switches are both good then the problem is in your circuit board "main PCB" as it gets its 120V from the two micro switches. They send it to the board through the black and white wires according to the schematic I pulled up.
Good luck with the troubleshooting _MJ_
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
first of all if its a built in dishwasher under counter by the sink,check for a switch as you may have inadvertentally switched this switch off or unknowingly bumped it with something under the sink,then if it has power to the unit,there is a built in fuse on the control board
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
To find the problem you will need to trace back the problem when it does not run....
It could be the motor going bad or a bad tracer in the circuit board....
To know for sure the problem will need to be tracked down...
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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