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Calibrate Control - GE Dishwasher


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#1 ammcat

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Posted 29 May 2005 - 02:58 PM

GSD5610DAA00 dishwasher, about 5 years old will not complete cycle when using the "sanitize" cycle.  The dishwasher stops and beeps, beeps, beeps.  The manual says try again, if beeps persist, call for service.

Well I have replaced the sequence switch without success.

Then replaced the control assembly.  GE does not send any instructions with the control assembly.  Is there a calibrate routine needed to activate the control assembly? 

I called GE, they will not provide any assistance over the telephone.  Unbelievable, after all it was a genuine GE part purchased - WD21X10116 control assembly.

I have not tried the F1 test, maybe that would calibrate?

Thanks for the help


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Posted 29 May 2005 - 05:37 PM

   The force says make sure you pulled the personality harness off the old control and put it on the new control.   A common grasshopper mistake.




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