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GE GSD2200G Dishwasher doesn't start...


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#1 sfdude

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Posted 18 June 2005 - 06:08 PM

Sudden problem; just doesn't work. Acts as though it is getting no power. 120V verified at outlet, water flow is good, door switches can be heard clicking when latch is closed. Any ideas where to start?

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Posted 18 June 2005 - 06:31 PM

   You can start by checking under the little silver cover where your power cord connects to the dishwasher.   Or... You can start by taking your door apart and checking for power at your door switch.   Always do the easiest thing first.  What's easiest for you?  Or... Better yet, If its electronic, unplug it for a few minutes, cross your fingers plug it back in and try it.





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