Dishwasher does not start. I turn it past the start arrow and nothing. Was just fine before this happened.
You will want to check the door switch of the unit to make sure that the door switch is good. Check the power coming into the unit also to make sure that you have 120 vac coming into the unit. If the door switch and power checks ok then the timer would be the most likely cause for failure.
The timer is stuck on the wash and will just spray water and not stop? Will not change even if you change cycles.
It sounds like you would need to replace the timer of the unit as it sounds like the contacts are stuck. We would need the model number to be able to look up parts for the unit to get the correct timer.
The spray arms do not turn but water comes out. The water is hot. The pump works in the drain cycle. I checked the spray arms and they are not clogged. Could the timer module or control module be the problem?
Answer Hello Phil. You may have a bad circulation pump or low water pressure due to low water in the unit. Make sure all filters are clean first. Then check and make sure the unit is filling properly. If not, you will need to replace the water valve on the unit. If water level and filters are good, and the spray arms are good, replace the circulation pump motor. The model number provided is not working to look up parts.
I replaced the soap dispencer. The arms to soap dispenser installed without any prolbem. Soap dispenser dont open unless I turn knob qickly by hand?
Answer Hi John. You can insert your model # in our web page parts search window. Then scroll down on the left and find the dispenser diagram. It will show a exploded parts view of the mechanisms to the dispenser. This will give you a better idea of the parts layout in case one part is out of secession. If you need to manually advance the timer to get it ti open then replace the timer part # 00092190. Thank You.
The dial sticks in the wash cycle and the rense cycle. I've replaced the timer with a new one, only to have it stick in both the same places. What do I do now?
Answer Hello A Lynn. It sounds like the heating circuit is bad and you will need to test and see which part needs to be replaced on the unit. The heater or the thermal cut out.