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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is not one easy... The IC with controls system is down... sorry but u must go to an expert to fix the bug! Rate me if this help's you Thanks!
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Hello Albert, On the Jenn-Air dishwasher you have, you have to hold down the "Heated Dry" button for 3-5 seconds to unlock the control panel.
This should unlock the controls so you can again use the dishwasher normally.
Since you''re likely going to have this dishwasher for some time, I've included a link where you can download a free owner's manual for it.
I would print out a copy for your future use and reference. I also have a file on my computer that I title "Home Appliances and Equipment" which is where I download and save an electronic copy so I always have a backup copy saved, since manuals aren't always readily available on the web, as the appliances get older.
The info on locking and unlocking the dishwasher can be found on page 13 of the manual.
I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for the detailed info about my question, VtToolMan, I greatly appreciate it. However, I tried to unlock it that way, but it didn't work. "
There are two common causes for this and both relate to the power supply.
First is that the connector on the main board is loose or has a bad connection
If you are proficient with a soldering iron this is an easy fix for approx $10
They have some very good step by step guides for replacing power sockets.
It could also be a dying power supply which is the second most common cause.
Replacements are easy to obtain and cost between $20 to $60.
If it is the PSU either get an original replacement (EBAY is best bet) or get one of the many multi laptop PSU's available but if you get the latter please make sure it carries enough or preferably MORE amperage than you need.
The old supply will have the details of both the voltage and current on it and you need to match the voltage exactly and keep the same or better current rating eg 1000 Mw or 1A or whatever it says.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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