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Whirlpool Dishwasher Model: GU2300XTVQ0

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#1 santacruzappliance

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Posted 23 December 2014 - 09:03 PM

I have a Kenmore Dishwasher mod: 665.13742k603 which needs a new control board.  I have a control board for a Whirlpool dishwasher mod: GU2300XTVQ0 which appears to be nearly the same.

 

I looked up the parts on Sears Parts Direct to compare/get substitution parts to see if the control boards were substitutable.  According to Sears Parts the control boards are different part numbers ( W10130968 vs W10208674) but the substitution number is the same: W10285179.

 

I know that the control panels are totally different as they sport different wash options and manufacturer logos. But if the control board substitution numbers are the same does this mean that (although they are different model numbers and even control board numbers) the control board substitution is the same and therefore compatible?

 

I appreciate the help.

 

 



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Posted 23 December 2014 - 09:35 PM

If it's the same part number you're good to go.

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Posted Yesterday, 06:51 AM

If both units original part numbers both sub to the same new part number then most of the time you should be OK swapping the control boards.

 

Might be a few cases when they may not be backwards compatable but not very likely.

 

As far as having different touchpad/control panels - the keypad that you plug into the control tells the controller what the keypad matrix layout is by the keypad ID provided by the keypad having different diode positions open/closed that the control reads to determine the keypad that is plugged into it.


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Posted Yesterday, 08:53 PM

So the Control board doesn't discriminate which keypad it is plugged into (could be numerous different ones...?).  The control board simply determines which keypad it is working with and sends commands accordingly?



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Posted Today, 07:55 AM

That is correct.

 

The keypad ID tells the control what keypad it is working with, (the keypad ID is a specific combination of diodes that are imbeded in the membrane keypad).


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