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Frigidaire Dishwasher FDB4315LFC3 Will Not Start


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#1 Ritz

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Posted 18 August 2014 - 10:40 PM

Frigidaire Dishwasher FDB4315LFC3 Will Not Start

1. Tested and tried new door latch

2. Tried new control board

3. Tested thermal fuse.  

4. Tested float switch.

5. Does not fill

6. Does not seem to have 120v to valve.  

Can make all selections for wash cycle -

Acts like its going to start then display shuts off.   

 

 



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Posted 18 August 2014 - 11:27 PM

Was the part number of the new door latch you installed #154758101 ?Part number: 154758101

Part number: 154758101

 

There is a service bulletin to replace the door latch with this part number for the issues you noted above.


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Posted Yesterday, 12:07 PM

Check for proper voltage and secure wire connections at the power box.  If there's a voltage drop occurring during startup, there may be a faulty neutral somewhere.



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Posted Yesterday, 01:00 PM

Thanks Scott I did use that same latch you mention.
Far is a bad neutral somewhere I'm a little unsure of what you mean by open neutral. I've checked and we deathly have 120 VAC. I'm also dealing with an inpatient customer which does not help.

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Posted Today, 01:28 AM

Test your voltage with the voltage tester that has the light or bar that goes up to show power. This loads the circuit. If you have an open neutral, your vom could read 120 but still have an open neutral. The light loads the circuit and will show that you have proper power.
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