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 Posted: Tue Jul 1st, 2008 12:29 am
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This is it in a nut shell. Dishwasher died. Replaced jumped out thermal fuse(don`t ask I didn`t do it). Replaced crispy control panel with new one. Unit now runs fine except when dryer cycle comes on or sani-rinse, thermal fuse will blow.

Is it the heating element, how to check, what resistance across it, Does sani-rinse have a separate element.

Wifes pissed, wants the dishwasher back but I thought it prudent to check with someone before I rip this thing up. I have an  electronics back ground of over 30 years and have built, wrecked, and repaired most everything so let me know.

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when you replaced the thermal fuse , did your kit come with new wire leads going to the fuse? known issues w/ these being loose... high resistance/ arcing causes fuse to blow prematurely....



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check your switches in the latch, a crappy one will cause arcing and wamo thermal fuse is blown. heater is on this circuit too.....

both cycles use the same heater (10 to 20 ohms) , thermister if equiped should read around 50 k ohms at room temp.

i have a degree in electronics too, just i make more money( twice as much) repairing appliances then dealing with corperate money grubbing  backstabbing politics in an engineering firm- gimmie a blue collar any day ;)    AMEN



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