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#1 Charles Wilson

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Posted 28 November 2010 - 03:30 PM

Our dishwasher is not running properly. The motor will go when I push the start button but automatically reverts to canceling and draining although it does not need to drain. It will continue for a certain period of time( 5min - 10min)then turns off automatically. In other words when I push start the cancel/drain light illuminates instead. Can you help?

The dishwasher is 6 years old.

I've read forum archives and I not sure if the thermal unit, control panel or the motor is the issue.
Tried latching the door firmly and that doesn't seem to be the problem.

FYI: all lights will NOT illuminate when pressed except;

Cycles:
- Heavy Wash light and Wash light will illuminate when pressed.
- Quick Rinse light and Wash light will illuminate when pressed.

Options:
- Air Dry light and Wash light will illuminate when pressed.


Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated,
Thanks Charles

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Posted 28 November 2010 - 09:28 PM

Check that model number again, Budrow.

#3 Charles Wilson

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Posted 29 November 2010 - 05:20 PM

Thanks for replying so quickly, the use and care guide booklet says Models: 665.11073342, 665.11073349

On the side of the door, the sticker indicates:
Model 665.110733420
Ser FR0604341
Stock No 73342
Type No 280-2

I realize the extra (zero)0 on the model number, but I wanted to accurately write down the numbers.

(ps I double checked three times)

Thanks Charles

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Posted 29 November 2010 - 05:55 PM

665.110733420

I can't find any parts info, but ServiceMatters shows

Tech Sheet 8533345

similar to DU940 , ect ..


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Posted 02 December 2010 - 02:58 PM

Sear repair came did $100 diagnostic - the problem is the electronic control/computer panel #261108530929.

He took the original one out and put in the new one and the dishwasher ran perfectly. Only with the labor and price of the new part, the total would be $436.00. The technician said the part is $200.00 itself.

Do you have this computer panel? and what is the price for the unit?

Charles

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