Dispenser won't open. I replaced the spray arm with no results. Actuator wasn't functioning so I replaced the entire assembly but no luck. Then I got smart; diagnostics mode showed no codes and the resistance at the actuator looked good at 2160 ohms. I don't have a ampmeter that'll go above 10A, but the heater seems to be working fine as it gets plenty hot. I opened the control board and voila: a burnt resistor and busted component (looks like a tiny logic chip?) missing half its mass located in the .2-2 pin from the dispenser. Now, before I spend $150 on yet another part, what's your opinion that a new control board is going to do the trick?
ANSWER Hello Matt,
If there is a burned component on the control and everything else on the unit is working, it is a good assumption that this will correct the issue.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, January 07, 2013