The dishwasher will not turn off when the wash cycle is finished. I've timed it several times and for the normal wash the dishwasher keeps running beyond the estimated 89 minute length, which includes drying time. It sounds like it may be the control panel but I wanted to make sure before I spent the money to buy the control panel. Thanks for your help.
The length of time that the dishwasher runs for could be caused by a water heating issue so you will want to check the water temp coming into the unit and check the heater circuit to make sure that the heater, thermostat have continuity and that the control is sending power to the heating element. If this checks ok then the control board would most likely be the issue.
What is the running cycle time for this dishwasher?
Answer Hello Ron,
The run time for this unit will have to be estimated since there are variables such as water temperature the unit fills with, the exact voltage the unit is supplied with, (for heater temperature), whether the heated dry is chosen, etc... The time chart is on the bottom of page 2 of the units' tech sheet. Approximate time for the pots and pans cycle would be about 105 minutes.
Push start & washing light blinks but notning happens.
Answer Hello Jay,
Check the power at the door switch. Make sure the door switches are being activated by the door latch. Run the WATER SERVICE TEST to verify control and component operation. To start the Water Service Test all cycles must be cleared and all of the lights out on the console, turn the Cycle Selector to the Rinse Only setting, press and hold the Heat Dry and the Start/ Cancel pads simultaneously for 3 seconds or less the test will start by powering the water valve. (This is explained in further detail in the units' tech sheet normally found behind the units' kick panel.) Check electrical connections at the connector. Check for power on the black wire from the door switch to control disconnect (pin location 3). Adjust, repair, or replace door latch assembly.
My old frigidaire dishwasher (FDB1050REBO) runs fine but will not drain completely. Checked knock-out plug in disposal & that's been removed. Drain lines seem to be clear. Would get into parts in bottom of washer but can't see any screws or anyway to pop them out and clean parts. please advise.
You would want to access the bottom of the unit and access the drain. Pull the drain and check to see if there is something caught in it and check to make sure that the impeller is not damage. Also make sure that the drain hose goes up to a point of at least 32" as this will cause water to flow back into the unit if it is not.
Fills with water, turns on, then drains.
Answer Hello Tim. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the control board is bad and will need to be replaced on the unit.
Over the course of about 6 months, the dishwasher started making a crackling noise in the short wash cycle but washed fine. Noise got worse, and I tried using the normal cycle. That worked for a while, then that cycle started making the crackling noise. Moved on to using the pots & pans cycle, and it made the noise too but less. This is over several months time. Finally, the dishwasher started filling with water basically throughout the cycle & overflowed a bit. It drains fine. The overflow valve stops the water when actuated, & when I open the door, the water stops. The water stops also if the power is off. I've also smelled burning plastic/wire smell at times, but there are no sparks underneath the dishwasher.
Answer Hello S.R.,
The float switch should not cut the water off so you have either low water pressure to the unit or the water valve needs to be changed. As far as the crackling noise goes, the only thing I know of that would make a sound like this would be plastic or foil in the chopper blade or the pump impeller. The pump should be torn down to determine if the impeller and chopper blade areas are clear of debris. You should also look closely at the wiring and around the heating element while in there. One sore spot would be the nuts 154106202 holding the element in position. Frigidaire had some issues with these nuts, made from flat metal, splitting down the side and letting go of the element and allowing water to drip around and getting onto the electrical connection to the element.