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Control Board

Part Number: AP4499574
MFG Part Number: 154757002
Made by: Frigidaire
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Genuine Frigidaire part. Frigidaire brands include Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gibson, Kelvinator, Westinghouse, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Control Board.
Electrolux also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore

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Part Number 154757002 (AP4499574) replaces 154543602, 1550665, AH2373379, EA2373379, PS2373379.

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Wash setting and start would not work Seth C. • Winter Garden, FL • March 12, 2014

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Nothing lights up on dishwasher, nothing works. Had power failure and storm last night. Was working before storm. I checked circuit breaker and it is on. What part do I need?

Chic M. for Model Number fdb4315lfco


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Dishwasher stops somewhere mid cycle, and shows PF on display screen. Sometimes can restart and finish wash. Sometimes problem re-occurs

David for Model Number fdb4315lfc3


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Hi, I replaced the pump motor yesterday and when everything was put back and turned on the new motor came on immediately. I called frigidaire and the tech said it sounds like a control board issue. Please Help

Fred for Model Number FDB4050LH1


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My dishwasher does not have any display light in the panel. It is somewhat tricky because when you open the door all the way down,it would lit PF.So what I will do is push the cancel button and press the operation button like Speed Clean or any button and then press the Start button and it will function like the hot water is coming out from the left side. But I would stop it because the water rises and the door is open. So I am thinking that my control panel could be ok and that I guess there could be some cut in the harness,that when I move the door down there is a certain portion that it supplies power and the display comes out . What could be the fault of my dishwasher?

Jim C for Model Number Frigidaire Dishwasher PLD4375RFCO


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Display and control panel stopped working, got replacement main control board per recommendation, after replacement the display changed codes to "91" and the China wash light remains on but the dishwasher still does not work and none of the buttons work. Changing back to the original board, the display now only displays the "91" and china setting, the original error code is gone. A previous search for the issue showed the touchpad and control panel to potentially be the problem.

Michael for Model Number FDB4315LFC2


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My dishwasher is still working properly, after the cycle ends there is a very small amount of water in the bottom (can only be seen when removing the screen and such). The issue started a few weeks ago when I noticed a sound coming from the washer after the cycle was over, it was a gurgling noise. It would make this noise for a few minutes then stop. Now it is constant. I tripped the door switch and found out that the pump is still pushing that small amount of water back thru the center post. Luckily I have an on/off switch installed so I can stop it after the cycle. But I have noticed that now during the full cycle it sounds like it is constantly pumping water, even during the heating/drying phase. It seems that the only culprit can be the control board, but wanted to verify this before I laid out the $$ for it. Thanks for any advice you can give.

Don S for Model Number PLD4375RFC0


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