My dishwasher runs fine until it gets to the dry cycle. It starts to beep and the drying cycle does not run. I changed out the sequence switch but it did not help. Does the control board need to be replaced?
You will want to check your heater circuit to make sure that it is working properly. Make sure that your heater is good and that any thermostats for the heater are good. If these check ok then the control board would be faulty and need to be replaced.
My GE Triton dishwasher is about 7 years old. We don't use it very often, but recently it stopped actually washing the dishes. The water fills up in the bottom, and then it makes some normal "wash cycle" noises, but the water never actually pushes through the spinning wands to wash the dishes.
I am wondering what part may have failed.
Answer Brian, First check to make sure there is enough water in the bottom of the tub, Start and allow the dishwasher to fill and wash for 3 to 5 minutes, the water level at that point should be 1/4 to 1/2 inch up from the bottom of the float dome, in the left front corner. If not, there's not enough water in the tub to operate the pump and wash the dishes properly. If the water level is in range, and based on your information, you would need to check the fiilter WD22X10043, sump filter WD22X10021,and sump cover WD12X10040 for debris and deposits clogging the system, and not allowing the water to flow and return to the pump assembly. If all's OK, you'll need to remove the pump/motor assembly, and check the impeller assembly for danaged vanes WD19X10032 Damaged vanes won't pressurize the pump, and water can't be driven up to the spray arms.