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    • Part Number: AP3178588
    • MFG Part Number: 8193762
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Do you have to cut the wires as it states on fuse kit (AP3178588)or can the fuse just be removed from kit and then replace the old one without having to cut the wires? Seems to me that would be the esiest way unless there's some I'm missing. thx!

Ray for Model Number KUDM01TJBT0

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Does the replacement dishwasher fuse kit # 8193762 fit this model. Thank you.

Mary for Model Number KUDI01ILBL3

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I am replacing the fuse in my dishwasher for the second time. The first time, I didn't realize that the wire harness also needs to be replaced. While I hope this will solve the problem, are there other places that I need to check that might be causing the fuse to blow? Thanks. Chris

Chris F for Model Number GU2400XTPS6

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I need to order the fuse kit for my Kenmore dishwasher. The one that looks like the replacement says it is incompatible for my model. Can you tell me what part number I need? Thanks

Judy M. for Model Number 665.13482K902

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Hello! Five weeks ago the control board of my dishwasher (KitchenAid KUDP01FLSS2) was displaying a flashing light and was not operating. I changed out the control board, using the original thermal fuse, and all worked well for about 4 weeks. This time, the issue was the thermal fuse. I replaced it, but did not use the wires included with it, since the terminals of the existing wires fit perfectly on the poles of the new thermal fuse. The diswasher seemed to work perfectly, but it blew the thermal fuse again about 20 minutes into the wash cycle. I checked the thermostat, and it shows continuity. I also checked the heating element at the terminals (without removing it from the tub), and it shows continuity as well. Please advise your thoughts, as I have now blown the original fuse and a replacement fuse. I am concerned about installing and blowing a third fuse before diagnosing any other probable causes.

Walter for Model Number KitchenAid dishwasher - KUDP01FLSS2

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When I press normal and start on the panel I close the dishwasher but nothing happens. I've turned off the breaker switch and turned on again but still not working. It would work before if I did that but now not working. The control lock works and I've reset the dishwasher , still not working.

Carlos for Model Number kuds01flss6 kitchenaid

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No lights illuminate and seems to have no power, yet supply is fine. Recently replaced the control panel and cleaned the filter, which made all OK for about 2 months.

John for Model Number KUDP01FLSS1

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Washer works. Heat element does not. Is there a fuse problem?

Sam for Model Number du915pwkto qp 1

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The light for a normal wash flashes continually but dishwasher will not run. Sometimes, although rarely, in the time remaining area, it will light up with a 1, or some other number, and an H as if using the delay start timer, and then goes back to a flashing normal light. I never even used the normal wash button, I always used the AccuSense button. Do you know what my problem could be?

Karen for Model Number Whirlpool dishwasher model GU2500XTPQ3

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Hi, Dishwasher stopped mid-cycle. Unit not dead. No lights are illuminated on control panel and nothing works. Checked main house power panel and circuit breaker is OK. I disconnected leads to the thermal fuse on the dishwasher and checked continuity across the fuse, figuring this was the likely cause. My ohmmeter shows zero resistance across it, so that's not the issue. I removed the kick panel to check if power is getting to the dishwasher, but am intimidated by the mass of wiring underneath, and without pulling the dishwasher forward a bit from under the counter, really can't see where to check. I do see a wiring harness that feeds into the bottom of the dishwasher door with multiple wires. Am I missing some easy way to check power? The only other suspicious thing I saw when I had the control panel disconnected was that the translucent shields over the connectors attaching the wires to a part that looks like a white plastic or ceramic block just above and toward the left edge of the lower door panel (with control panel removed) are very yellow, like they have been overheated. The part is numbered 9742663. I would appreciate any help you can provide in troubleshooting. Thanks.

Dave K. for Model Number KitchAid KUDM24SEBL1

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