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The dishwasher has power, but will not start.  The cancel/drain cycle works.  Most other buttons will not work.  But if I push "normal", it will light up and "95" appears in the status display.  After a while the "normal" light extinguishes, and the "rinse only" light begins to blink.

I tried cutting and restoring power to the unit, with no effect.  I made sure the door was securely latched.

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matt- the blinking light means a stuck key pad you need a new console/touch control

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STUCK KEY:


If the control detects that a key is stuck in the depressed position, dishwasher operation will be suspended


and the control will flash the light for that key until the condition is corrected.


If a key without a light is stuck or multiple keys are stuck,


the control will flash the light for the Rinse Only/Quick Rinse key.



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How do I unplug the Control Panel from the Electronic Control Assembly without damaging the plug?

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How do I unplug the Control Panel from the Electronic Control Assembly without damaging the plug?

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Is it possible that the door latch micro switch is bad.  I say this because a few weeks ago, when I opened the door to add a dish, the washer kept running.

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KUDS01IJWH0 Tech Sheets

KitchenAid KD-01 Stainless Steel Dishwasher



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:) I got it running!  The latch handle was broken and the "door closed" micro-switch was sticky.  I removed the handle parts and cleaned the micro-switch with aerosol electronics cleaner.  I ordered a new handle.  In the mean time I put the dishwasher back together while waiting for the handle to ship.  I discovered that I could simply reach further up into the latch bracket and trip the latch without the handle.  The dishwasher works normally.  I still plan on installing the handle when it arrives.

Per your previous post, the "rinse only" indicator blinks for stuck switches that don't have a light.  Apparently the door sensor micro-switch is one of those switches.

Thanks for the speedy technical information.

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:(So much for the easy fix.  After a couple of cycles, I got the same symptoms.  (blinking "rinse only" light).  So I replaced the control panel and it worked great, for a short time.  After one and a half cycles, it quit.  No lights, no LEDs, no functionality.  I confirmed power to the dishwasher.  I replaced the electronic unit.  Still no lights, no functionality.

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mattasdel wrote: ... No lights, no LEDs, no functionality...
How's the Thermal Cut-Out fuse ?

click on picture



Is there power to pins  P7 & P8  of the Controller ?
(with the Door switches closed)



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What is the best way to check this with my multimeter?

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I got it.  Yes, there is 120volts AC.

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Infact there is power to the Thermal Cut-Out fuse with the door switch open or closed.  And with the power off, there is no continuity between the leads to the fuse.

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If you are measuring 120v across the 2 fuse terminals, it means the fuse is open and needs replacing - this is further backed up by not showing continuity with power removed



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mattasdel wrote: ... there is power to the Thermal Cut-Out fuse with the door switch open or closed... 

across the Fuse, or between each side of the Fuse and Neutral (ground) ?



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There was 120v from the leads that go to the fuse.

I replaced the Thermal Cut-out fuse, and restored functionality! I suppose the replacement of the electronic control board was unessary. But I'm not going to remove it now, because I'm worried about damaging the plug snaps, which would make the part unresaleable.

Why do you suppose the fuse replacement kit came with a replacemnet wiring harness. The instructions were very clear that the new wiring harness must be used, so I did use it. I just wondered why?

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Otherwise the heat from the Fuse, that close to the Board, could cause it to blow early.

Other users have found that out, also.

 



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Same dishwasher, 8 months later.  The only thing that will work is the cancel/drain cycle.  KUDS01IJWHO

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