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Trtiton XL Dishwashwer - DEAD

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Started it before bed. Seemed to run okay. Woke up this morning and it was DOE. Checked the breaker and it was okay. then checked the 20 amp wire going into the bottom front of the unit and i've got 110 there so it has power. Still, no LED's lit and no apparent power in the dishwasher.

As a side note, last week the plumber was out to reconfigure our dual hot water heaters. We had to clean out a number of the faucets around the house afterwards caused they were plugged with crap...maybe from the soldering. The house and everything in it is only a year and half old so we're a little bummed that the unit it out of full warranty. Model number is GSD6200JBB.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Jon Gibson

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You could have a bad door switch, control board, touch pad, or wiring harness.  Or a wire could have come loose where it is connected at the junction box in the dishwasher.  Call G.E. and see if some of these parts are not still under warranty?  Some dishwashers have a 2 year warranty on the electronics, but I do not know about G.E.   Pegi

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Thanks for the reply. We got some good news shortly after I posted. When we ordered all of our appliances together for the house we received a one year extended service contract for free...so, parts, labor, and home repair are covered...I think I'll just let them figure it out now...

Problem solved...at least until the end of the year.

Thanks again,

Jon

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Thank you very much for letting us know the outcome.  Have a nice day.  Pegi

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