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 Posted: Sun Apr 16th, 2006 01:35 am
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the dishwasher gets stuck in wash cycle but will continue if i bump the dial.  this only happens when using the hi - heat wash and rinse mode. 

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That's probably a bad temp boost thermostat...

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=780856

But you should verify with your meter. On some of these, the thermostat is normally open, would need to see your wiring diagram to know for sure. The wiring diagram is behind the kickplates.



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thank you for the quick reply.  we ordered the recommended part.  will let you know what happens after it is installed. 

we bought the dishwasher from a friend -- slightly used.  noticed a couple things not quite what i'm used to-- for instance  the bottom rack has all the slots for the dishes facing away from me when loading.  is that normal with this model? 

 the screen on the bottom with the removable piece that is in the middle is confusing   seems to me that  all dishes would need to be rinsed very well  before putting in DW  since the screen would prevent debris from draining out.  is this thinking correct?

is there a way to find out if there is enough water  going into the DW to wash dishes completely or to find out if the dishes got rinsed completely?

the manuel is missing.  thanks again for your help

 

 

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Hooold on there, Nellie! One thing at a time. Let's get the stuck-in-cycle problem fixed before we get into all that other stuff.



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Here you go, everything you want to know about this dishwasher,,,CLICK HERE.



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alrighty then!!   did get carried away a little.   was so excited to find this site .  

 

thanks for the link will be looking it over soon...

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Samurai or pegi,  i removed old part#154290204 w/green dot  installed new part # 154227808 w/yellow dot. do the colored dots on bottom of part mean anything?  fits the same  but still had to budge dial to continue cycle in between light wash and dry cycle.  this happens when using the pot and pans setting on dial. when putting it on normal wash it goes thru cycles without a problem.    thank you 

p.s. had to wash without dishes  cause of a bubbles problem (used the normal setting) i think that is taken care of. so i will use the normal setting w/dishes and see how clean they get. or if any residue is left on the dishes.  

Last edited on Thu Apr 27th, 2006 01:26 pm by cleaninglady

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