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665.13743K603 Kenmore Dishwasher Buttons Failing Over Time

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I put our dishwasher in a little less than three years ago, and some time ago the smart wash button began usually not working, but occasionally it would.  A few weeks ago the heated dry button (which we normally turn off when we start a cycle) wouldn't turn off.  Now the cancel button seems to work wrong.  I don't like these bubble buttons, but I'm wondering if this is the circuit board instead, but I'd hate to replace the latter, find that something wrong with the buttons was doing something to the circuit board, and then have to replace both, which would cost more than a new dishwasher.  Ideas?  Thank you.

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Replace the keypad/console assembly only.  part number depends on the color.

Edited by Chat_in_FL

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Does this analysis change if I tell you the cancel light and the delay light  go on and off on their own, without being touched?

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P.S.: The dry light comes on when the dishwasher is actually washing.

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Does this analysis change if I tell you the cancel light and the delay light  go on and off on their own, without being touched?

 

No. another symptom of a flakey touchpad...

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