My dishwasher is 220-240V. Will this part work?
Answer Hello Allen! The model number supplied is an overseas/international model. Unfortunately, we do not stock the heater assembly listed for this particular model. I do apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your inquiry.
During a remodel a 240 volt circuit was connected to the dishwasher instead of the correct 120 volt. I started a cycle and did not realize what I had done until I could smell something melting. I rewired to correct circuit , it still works but it takes 3 or 4 times as long to complete a wash. Is it toast or can I replace a part.
Answer Hi Russ. The unit gets the supply voltage through the door switches and then directly to the control board. If you suspect any issues, the board is what I would inspect and replace first. Are there any codes blinking? Control board part # 00676960. It may have shot part of the logic circuit or the options circuit that were chosen during the time of run/ failure , 240 vac issue. Thank You.
Is there a trick to getting the heater back in place? I can't get the o-rings far enough in to seat it in the sump section as the original no matter how hard I push against it.
Answer Hello Eric. You will need to get the heater 00263869 seated properly for the o-rings to slip into place correctly. If they are to tight, you can use a light film of grease on the o-rings. Hope this helps.