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    • Part Number: AP3191005
    • MFG Part Number: WD21X10116
    • Made by: GE
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My dishwasher will only fully drain when running on the rinse cycle. Any other cycle leaves 2" of water in the bottom. I just ordered and replaced the float switch, but that did not work. I've read that perhaps I need to replace the controller? What do you think the issue is? I have removed the screens, and can not find anything clogging the hose or filters. Thank you, Lou K

Lou K for Model Number GE GSD5560G01SS

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The dishwasher runs fine through all cycles when on Normal wash. If any other type of wash is selected it will not start. If we inadvertently hit another button, it won't start until we continually hit buttons and "hits" the right combination to start on normal wash again. Seems like a control module problem, right?

Parguy for Model Number GSD4930Z02WW

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The dishwasher cycle runs but stops at sanitizing. Never turns to "clean". If you open the dishwasher, the bottom is full of water. We would normally use Speed Wash and Speed Dry however the speed dry button won't work (the light won't come on). It appears to be stalling out before completing the wash cycle. We removed the control panel and there is black shading on the circuit board where the speed dry button is leading us to believe that maybe the control panel has burned out. Does that sound logical or is there something else we're missing? This just started happening in the last two or three cycles however before that we've sometimes had water that didn't drain from the bottom. The dishwasher is about 10 years old.

Leanne for Model Number WD21X10116 dishwasher

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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?

Tim for Model Number gsd4620z02bb

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My dishwasher was working properly and then the other night would not start. Did the unplug, and truned off circuit breaker for over a minute. Was able to start cycle but lights on display will flicker and goes off. Stays in washing mode and cannot stop unless I open door. Lights on the display will not turn on anymore and will not start. Is this the control GE Part Number WD21X10116 CONTROL ASM?

Tony for Model Number GE Triton GSD5560G01SS

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Pressing the start button doesn't do anything. Worked Friday night fine. Went to use it yesterday and we can't get it to "normal" wash, nor will it start.

Ronn for Model Number GDWT260R10SS

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My dishwasher used to clean dishes really well, recently they look pretty bad . I have not changed detergents or anything. I notice after i start the dishwasher after I fill it with really hot water and run it on high temperature wash(this is how I have always done it) when I open the door a few minutes after it starts the water is rather cold and the heating element does not seem hot at all I was thinking the heating element was bad but the heating element does get hot when the drying cycle is running, and the dishes do dry fine. Now I'm thinking maybe the selector switch is bad and when the hot temperature button is switched on, it actually isn't. diss this seem right or its it something else?

Eric for Model Number gs3400j00ww

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I have a GE Dishwasher GSD5630D01WW that doesn't pump completely dry during the last rinse cycle. All other cycles pump properly. The final rinse cycle has three "sub-cycles". The first two sub-cycles pause for around 30 seconds then pump for 26 seconds. The very last sub-cycle pauses for approximately 50 seconds and then pumps for only 3 seconds. If I press reset and force the machine to stop after the first or second sub-cycle, the water will pump completely. I figure the problem is with either the control board or the sequence switch... whichever controls the timing. I don't know if the sequence switch contains a motorized timer or whether it is just a "dumb" switch. What are your thoughts regarding the source of the problem?

Hbarry for Model Number GSD6530D01WW

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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.

Brian T for Model Number GSD5560G01SS

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Difficult to set setting for cycle. Starts to wash stops, then skips rinse and goes to drying then stops and beeps. Must open to stop beeping. After trying several times, it may allow a full cycle, but now doesn't let it go through. What is possible problem? Is it the control panel most likely? It is about 10 yrs old.

Brian for Model Number GE Dishwasher Model GSD5940F00SS

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