Hi, my dishwasher is not filling with water, test that I have completed was First I found that the float switch was not working, I took it apart and found the switch was burned up, I tested the out put of the pink and yellow wire connected to it I have 124V AC
I replaced the switch, POOF that switch is burned up to, next in line is the water inlet valve I removed it, I tested across the coil I have 1120 Ohm, from other sites I believe that to be ok. So for a test I left that part disconnected and left my meter connected to water valve connector with hope of seeing 124V AC but as soon as I turned it on the 3rd float switch burned up. I now look to a pro for some thot's on this.
Answer Hello Chris. You will need to trace the pink wire back to the board and look for breaks touching the frame of the unit.. Also, check the yellow wire for the same grounding issue. If both are good, replace the water valve on the unit.
I have a Module Control ASM and need some instructions on how to install it. I have just been with ask a pro, and they have instructed me to get the information from you here. How do I install this Module Control Asm.? Thanks.
To install the control module assembly you will first need to turn the power off to the unit. Open the door and remove the screws around the perimeter of the door in order to access the control panel. Once the control panel is accessed you will remove the wiring from the control module and take out the control module. Install the new one.
You answered my question, thank you. But you stated that the control panel was "NLA". What does this mean? Thanks.
Answer Pattie, the control WD34X10865 has been discontinued and is no longer available (NLA). I do apologize for the confusion. Thanks.