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    • Part Number: AP3175633
    • MFG Part Number: 8530929
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The Normal light flashes constantly. I've pushed all the other settings. The control/lock lights up. I've tried pushing cancel and hold nothing happens except the normal wash light flashes. Whats the problem? HELP?

Terri H. for Model Number GU940SCGB2

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My Kenmore dishwasher is stuck on hi temp scrub. It will not cancel or run. I turned off power and left it off overnight. When I turned back on the light was off. I put it on normal wash it started, but only ran for 2 minutes and hi temp light came back on. Any ideas what is the problem?

Walt J for Model Number 665.15824000

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I replaced this part, 8530929 with no change. I've replaced the thermal fuse already and that wasn't the issue. The "Washing" cycle light is still flashing even after I was instructed to press "Dry cycle" & "Start" buttons simultaneously to get the cycle to run. This has not helped.

Fedilias for Model Number 665-16719000

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My Whirlpool dishwasher is not working. In touching the control panel get nothing to work or light up. How would I test fuse? Or is this the control panel?

Debbie for Model Number DU931SCXGQ1

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Will not start, any cycle. Cancel/Drain does work. All cycle and option light indicators illuminate, but no cycle will start. Disconnected power for 24 hrs and no improvement. Door switch ok.

Jay for Model Number KUDR25SHBL1

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The dishwasher runs but the lights on the front do not light up. I saw a suggestion to check the thermal fuse. Where is this and if it still doesn't work do I need the electronic control or control panel part?

Pam for Model Number E71195777-0

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We have a Whirlpool dishwasher model number GU980SCGQ3, serial number FL1826234, purchased in 2001 We have had no problems with the dishwasher since it was purchased. However, in the last week, it has displayed a sporadic problem. When I got ready to wash the dishes, one light on the control panel was flashing. I have never used the delayed wash cycle, and had not pressed the pad, but the indicator was flashing for a 2 hour delay. I tried pushing the pad again, and the light did not shift to the 4 or 6 hour stage as it was supposed to do. I tried to set the “normal” cycle as usual, but the pad did not respond and did not light up. After several attempts, it finally lighted, started the cycle and washed the dishes. When the cycle was done I noticed there was more water than usual in the bottom of the washer. A day later, I had the same problem with the 2 hour delay light. I tried pushing the “cancel/drain” pad, which did not light up until I pushed it several times, but then it drained the extra water. The “normal” cycle, however, did not respond at all. A few hours later I tried again and was able to make the washer work. The following day there was a different problem - the “controls locked” pad was flashing. After several tries, the light stopped flashing, but the 2 hour delay started flashing. I have been unable to make the washer work since then, and the 2 hour delay continues to flash if the door is latched.. I did note that of the 21 lights in a line on the control panel, the flashing occurs in either the first or last light in the row. The Whirlpool website suggests that one cause of a flashing light may be that the heating coil is not working, and should be tested for continuity. While we are unable to remove the heating element, testing it in the machine with a simple continuity checker (battery and light bulb in series) indicates that it is OK. Now the dishwasher has a different problem. Some of the lights display every time I latch the door without pressing any pad. I did not change anything on the panel, but one time I accidentally latched the door, the display showed some of the correct lights, but without the “washing” indicator, and did not run. Twice the display was exactly what I want - the normal cycle, including air drying - and the washer worked as usual, except that it left more water in the bottom. The display changes somewhere each time I accidentally latch the door. Sometimes it flashes only the 2 hour delay light. What can we do to determine fix needed, and is it economically sound to repair at this age rather than just replace the dishwasher? thanks for the help.

Tom S

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dishwasher goes through a normal wash cycle. Instead of cutting off,the normal button will flash red for a while.Then start going through the wash cycle again and won't cut off. ???

Randy for Model Number GU940SCGB2

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The child lock lamp flashes constantly, without any type of pattern. The fuse on the control board is not open, and keys on the keyboard are not stuck. Could the problem be anything but the control board?

Richard for Model Number Kitchenaid dishwasher KUDS25SHBS1

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We have a Kenmore 2 door fridge, Model number 106.52522100, and it has a serial number of: SL4950889. There was a leak under it a year ago, and the ice maker stopped producing ice. Basically water would not flow into the ice making tray anymore; I think these two things - the leak under the unit and the no water flowing into the ice making tray may be related, or may be they are not, I'm not sure. Anyhow, after talking with your knowledgeable sales people on the phone I ordered a new Inlet Valve AP5263471 and new Ice Maker AP 2984633 and installed them, and I find the problem is still there - water is not going into the ice maker and filling it up, so no ice gets made. There is water going into the water inlet valve, but for some reason the inlet valve is not switching on or something is blocking the water from flowing into the ice making tray, hence no ice. I am told now that I might need to order a control board for this fridge to finally fix the problem. Can you confirm that this is what I need to do? Thanks

Vidur S. for Model Number 106.52522100

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