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b1gdog83

FGID2466QF5A Frigidaire Dishwasher No power

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b1gdog83

2.5 years old and stopped working. None of the lights on the control panel light up. It appears like its getting no power. I have replaced the control board and control assembly and still not working.  I have checked the outlet and its working I have also checked the wires that go into the control board and I'm getting 120 VAC to the control board.  I'm stuck and can't figure this out. Any help would be appreciated.

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b1gdog83

Anyone have any suggestions?

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Vance R

Looked at the tech sheet, pretty basic machine. Other than the door switches you replaced all the main working parts for control/display. There are 2 power inputs, 1 hot all the time, 1 going through door switch. Also hot and neutral have there own switch.

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b1gdog83

I checked the door switches for continuity and its working properly.  Anything else I can do to trouble shoot? 

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Vance R

If you have done continuity time to move on to taking voltage readings. You will need measurement at the board for both 120vac input including neutral.

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b1gdog83

I checked the board and have 120 VAC.

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Wes K

Have you checked the continuity of the harness between the two boards?

 

We recently dealt with a 2466 that had gotten installed in a home with mice and they appropriated the red and black wiring harness lines for bedding, causing the unit to refuse to power on even after replacing both boards.

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b1gdog83

I have not checked the continuity of the harness between the two boards.  Could you explain how and where I should test? 

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Wes K

I'd start by visually checking the harness, from under the machine, through the door channel, up to the top. If that seems intact, unplug the ends and use a meter to do a continuity test on each of the corresponding pins. 

 

 

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ABA Tech

Disregard 

Edited by ABA Tech
Missed key detail in comments

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