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KUDI01ILBL2 won't drain or run


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#1 tgr23

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Posted 14 February 2011 - 09:23 AM

My KitchenAid KUDI01ILBL2 was running just fine and then stopped mid cycle. The washer is full of dirty water and the control panel lights do not come on. I checked the fuse to the unit and that is on. The unit had not been used for a couple of months and I had just run one load, this was the second. Not sure where to start. Never taken apart a dishwasher but I work on cars so I'm ready. Help.
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Travis

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Posted 14 February 2011 - 09:31 AM

Awwite, let's light this candle with the junction box check. Remove ye olde kickplates, open yon junction box and behold:

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Burnt Wire Nut in a Dishwasher Junction Box by Zenzoidman, on Flickr

If the wire nuts aren't burnt and they're on goodntight, then we gradumutate to the control panel wherein ye shall kill power and feast Vulcan squinties on item 6 shown here. It may look burnt, may not. Need to test in in accordance with this illuminating hologram:



If it's bad, you need the thermal fuse kit, come git you one==> http://www.repaircli...mal-Fuse/959376

#3 tgr23

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Posted 16 February 2011 - 03:48 PM

Thank you! I'll start ye old inspection tonight!




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