Dishwashers - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues


Check bottom pan for water flood switch located there so it’s trying to pump water out check for leak cause or if you are opening door to add dishes while it’s alrea started this could cause water leak dripping down into pan

Samsung... | Answered Yesterday | 30 views


Just look on the words written fuse to your dishwasher

Samsung... | Answered Yesterday | 25 views


Please click the link below and follow the procedure carefully on how to fix a clogged diahwasher

https://www.whirlpool.com/blog/kitchen/how-to-fix-a-clogged-dishwasher.html

Hope I was able to help you.

Whirlpool 24 in.... | Answered Yesterday | 293 views


I have just had this problem with my Beko dishwasher. Mine was running the pump constantly, I tried the tipping method which did reset a switch, and the machine would start to work properly then go back to just pumping again.
I tipped the machine up(lots of water came out) and took the bottom cover off which has a float and a switch in it. This switch stops the water flowing so not to flood your room when there is a leak within the machine. Now I had a good look around for split pipes etc and found that there was a pipe that had popped off completely, I put the pipe back on with a new clip and now it’s as good as new!

Beko 24 in.... | Answered Yesterday | 5,962 views


Check that the new panel isn't pushing down on any of the buttons when you reassemble it. Compare it with the old panel and look closely for any differences. Ive come across it a few times where changes to panels have been made and its supplied to fit yours but the changes prevent correct operation. You may have to file or cut any part off which interferes with the switches or controls. This happens when there are production line changes on the same models.

Bosch... | Answered Yesterday | 83 views


Hello,
Not exactly sure of the problem you're having. Can you be more explicit?

GE Dishwashers | Answered 2 days ago | 28 views


Hello,
Do you have access to the thermal fuse and can you read the markings on it? If so, you may be able to find a replacement part at Newark Electronics, All Electronics, or Digi-Key; all on line. I have used all of them in the past with great success.

Dishwashers | Answered 2 days ago | 20 views


Hello,
Try to determine the area where the squeak is coming from. Does it happen as you are opening the door. On many models it is caused by the rollers, and/or the springs that counter-balance the door. WD-40 does a lot of things, but long lasting lubrication is not one of them. Try a silicone or teflon grease in the roller bearing axle. Also try to put some kind of plastic sleeve over the hook of the spring as it attaches to the frame of the dishwasher. If it still squeaks after you've tried these suggestions, you may need to replace the spring tension rollers, they're not too expensive. Hope this helps.

Gaggenau... | Answered 2 days ago | 25 views


It could be corrosion at P1 connector.
There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 103 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault. It could be corrosion at the P1 connector:
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 171 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault. It could be a corrosion problem:
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 88 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault. It may be corrosion in the low voltage connector.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool Gold... | Answered 3 days ago | 44 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault. However corrosion may be causing this:
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 43 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault, but it may be corrosion in the low voltage connector.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 44 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 45 views


There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 44 views


You should find a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel of your machine. Follow the steps.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 127 views


My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to! This may still be the problem after you replaced the control board.

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 107 views


My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 days ago | 373 views

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