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 Posted: Thu Oct 21st, 2010 01:24 am
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Is there a cheap relay switch, etc. that I can look at? I am sure if it is the panel it's not cheap. Unit is over 11 years old and ran like a champ.

(and, yes I checked the house breakers)

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check your Nuts ...

click on picture





there is also a small Thermal Fuse in the Console ...

repair kit comes with extention wires (for thermal safety)

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Ok, Brotha, my nuts are fine.

I torn down the panel to the main board and dont see the fuse. Hard to tell from your pic, but does it look like one for a car where I can see if it is burned out? I see lots of stuff like a puter board has.

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Nvrmd, I found it.

Yea.

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Ok, I took the fuse out to replace it and found that it affected that entire circuit in my kitchen. I put the same fuse back in and the circuit was restored. Does that mean the fuse is okay? :shock:

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JakSuede wrote: Ok, I took the fuse out to replace it and found that it affected that entire circuit in my kitchen. I put the same fuse back in and the circuit was restored. Does that mean the fuse is okay? :shock:
the Fuse inside the Dishwasher Control Panel ?

Thermal Fuse 675797 Installation Instructions



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Yes, exactly as in your pic.

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shouldn't affect any other house circuits ..



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So I guess I should still replace it.

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That worked!

Now I can't get the door latch back together. Do you have any pics and tips on that? Everything lines up, but I can't get the metal rod thing in the right place.

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