Dishwasher will not drain on last cycle when have hi temp or sanitizing on.
Answer Hello Dave. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like you will need to replace the board on the unit.
Running a NORMAL WASH (96min), there is a "HO" delay for approximately 10 min within the last 25 min of the wash cycle. Upon completion of the wash, the dishes are not drying adequately. Are these issues related? What is the solution?
(Heating element measures 15 ohms. Thermostat test shows continuity. Control panel test cycle steps through as described in the chart)thanks
The HO code that is showing is a water heating delay which means that the unit had to pause because the water coming into the unit was not adequately hot enough. The water not being hot enough can also cause the unit to not dry properly as it takes more time for the heater to get the dishes hot enough to disperse the moisture. Also you will want to make sure that you are using a rinse aid in the unit or a detergent with rinse aid but not both. Make sure that the water temperature coming into the unit is at least 125 degrees.
Top sprayer is not getting water to it. I've cleaned it out, replaced the rubber ring at the top. Water is not going to the top of the tube to reach the sprayer. Water pressure tested at 48 psi. Could the sensor be the problem. Part number 154473901
Answer Tracy, The sensor [AP3580342} shouldn't be the issue, it determines the water clarity and extends or reduces the wash run time automatically. You have good water pressure but you may have a clogged fill valve 154569201 start the dishwasher and let it fill and wash for 5 minutes, unlatch the door, remove the bottom rack and check the water level at the center near the spray arm support, the water level needs to be at least one(1)inch deep, if not there isn't enough water in the system to feed the upper spray arm properly. If the water level is in range or above, you'll need to check the impeller 154844101 for damaged vanes and the volute 154245501 and shift ball for obstructions and debris.
We have been having problems with item melting when we run the dishwasher, and now noticed the the lower spray arm has started to melt as well. Could this be a thermostat problem or something else.
You would want to test the thermostat to make sure that it is good but it could also be an issue with the relay in the control board sticking. You will want to check to make sure that there is not constant power going to the heating element without shutting off.
Unit makes a sizzling sound and does not drain.
Answer Hello Dennis. See if the noise is coming from the control board. If so, you will need to order and replace the board in the unit.
Dishwasher runs wash cycles and stays on rinse and does stop. What can I do to fix this?
Answer Hello Lina. Make sure the heater is working good in the unit. If so, you will need to order and replace the control module 154712101 on the unit.
The water valve leaked water and the dishwasher sat in about 1/2 for sometime. I fixed the valve and water goes into the dishwaser but it does not wash or darin the water. There is some rust on the pump and corotion on the turbidity sensor? What can I do?
Answer Tim, You could try and clean the deposits off the sensor, using hot water and distilled white vinegar or a citric acid based cleaner. Soak the "clear end of the sensor, then use an old tooth brush to scrub and clean it, just be very carefiul. For the motor, first thing to try, remove the lower wash arm,support and filters, remove the volute cover 154245501, and use your finger or screwdriver and turn the impeller several revolutions, this should "break" the shaft seal and shaft loose and the motor may run fine from then on.