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Member Since 15 Feb 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 18 2015 09:29 AM

Topics I've Started

Miele La Perla Dishwasher, model G-2830-SCI; parts

27 March 2012 - 06:29 PM

Just checking on whether anyone has an interest in functioning parts in good condition from my possibly dead (from suspected electronic module failure). Any interest or needs?

Viking VGIC206-4BSS Gas Range - Oven temperature

26 February 2012 - 02:40 PM

Maybe a stupid question but is there a way to calibrate the oven temperature control? The oven runs quite hot (about 50 degrees) compared to the setting on the control.


Miele "La Perla" model G2830 dishwasher; very dead

15 February 2012 - 07:06 PM

My dishwasher has stopped working; no indications on the control panel. I've checked the following items:
  • power supply - OK (120VAC measured at wall plug)
  • door latch - OK
  • contact switch in door latch - OK (continuity check with multimeter)
  • power to switch in door latch - OK (120VAC measured with DMM)
  • door latch wiring - OK (continuity check).
Internally the wiring and control panels do not show any obvious signs of physical damage (no burning on PCB's, wiring visibly OK).

One other tidbit of into. for the past several weeks the dishwasher, after completing a wash, would remain unresponsive to button presses (no change to display and seemingly dead buttons). This problem would go away after a period of time (typically an hour or more).

Based on the above checks I assume that the problem is either:
  • On/off switch (which is integral to the front panel). I do not know how to verify the on/off switch as the front panel is touch screen type.
  • A control panel problem (either the front panel or the internal control board).

Your advice oh Great Appliance Repair Sensei?

Your humble student

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