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    • Part Number: AP4113560
    • MFG Part Number: 99002825
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Maytag dishwasher, my dishwasher was in the middle of cycling, then my wife pressed the pause button to add more items, when she restarted it, the washer ran for 10 sec then stopped. The CLEAN LED light together with HEAT DRY LED started flashing, I tried to shut off the breaker a couple times but it did not reset. I think the circuit board is bad, but I want to know what you think is wrong with the washer. Thank you

Tuan V for Model Number MDB9100AWW

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I just replaced the control panel on this dishwasher. I had to take out the PCB Assembly and put it into the new control panel. There is a green (I assume ground) wire that comes up from the wire harness to the PCB assembly I believe. I put it back where I believe it was on the PCB assembly but I want to make sure. There are two screws holding the right side of the PCB assembly to the control panel. I put the furthest right screw through the eyelet of the green wire and put that screw through the right hole on the PCB assembly. This hole is near what appear to be transistors. Is that the correct location? The screw and hole further to the left had no wires going to it if I recall correctly. Thank You, Tom

Tom for Model Number Maytag Dishwasher Model MDB9150AWB

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My circuit board has stopped working. One of the large blue pieces (sorry I don't know what the technical term for that part is) has burn marks around the edges and has come loose. I'm fairly confident that replacing the motherboard will fix my dishwasher. If by chance this isn't the fix, what is your return policy. Thanks.

Robert C for Model Number MDB9150AWS

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I have had this MDB9100AWQ since 2001. There was a recall for the potential leakage around the control panel. The service was done in 2006 or 07. I think they replaced the control panel at that time since there was some corrosion. A couple of days ago I pulled the lower wash arm to clean out the water ports. When I tried to start the machine after the cleaning, the Control Panel was totally dead. I have since smelled burnt electronics around the door latch port on the door side directly above the control panel. I am assuming the control panel is toast. My question is: Was the cleaning of the washer arm and the likely death of the control panel a colossal coincidence? I am fairly handy and can replace the control panel but considering the age of the machine, I am concerned about spending a $200 and then have some other problem blow the new panel. Thanks for your help.

M.b.m. for Model Number Maytag MDB9100AWQ

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The dishwasher would not run just click click. While contemplating the PCB and looking at it here, I saw Todds note about a bad solder joint. Ours too. Fixed that now it runs. BUT it seems to just keep cycling. Starts, runs, drains, dries, then starts a new cycle??? Thoughts?

Mark for Model Number Maytag MDB9100AWB

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I bought the above dish washer in March 2003. I had to have the control board replaced in July, 2007. I now have a problem that the washer will not drain. It goes through the wash cycle but stops when it comes to the drain cycle. It just clicks and the readout panel flashes. This happens repeatedly. I had a technician looked at the unit and he said that it needed a new control board. My question is whether or not the part comes with any installation instructions. It seems like a rather simple job to remove the old panel and install the new one. The washer has sat unused since July 2011 when the technician looked at it. Thanks for your help.

Gene M. for Model Number MDB9150AWQ Part No. 999002825

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I'm not getting water to my unit: MDB9150AWW. Float switch is down and not stuck. Checked continuity of switch. Switch is closed when float is down. Switch opens when float is up. I am assuming that first part of cycle is fill-up. Machine is quiet for first few minutes, then pump starts. I am getting zero voltage across the water valve solenoid, with the float switch up or down. I get zero voltage across the switch with it up or down. I have stroked the hand cutoff valve under my sink. I put 110V straight to the water valve. Water valve opened, and water flowed into the tub. Partially filled tub and started a cycle. Machine sounded normal when pump came on to circulate water. It appears to me that the control card is not sending voltage to the water valve. Could it be something else?

Wade S. for Model Number MDB9150AWW

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WHEN USING HEAVY WASH THE DISHWASHER (AFTER ABOUT 2 MIN) QUITS WASHING AND CLICKS ABOUT EVERY 3 SEC AND THE DISPLAY FLASHES,,, WHEN USING LIGHT AND MEDIUM WASH, THE MACHINE QUITS WASHING AND CLICKS, CONTROL BOARD FLASHES WHEN DISPLAY READS 65, (EVERY TIME),, THE MACHINE WILL RINSE AND DRAIN IF YOU PUSH RINS BUTTON,,, WHAT DOES THAT SOUND LIKE TO YOU ? THANKS MARK

Mark for Model Number MDB9150AWW

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Hi, went to start the DW this morning and the Clean, Normal and Heavy Wash buttons on the control panel are blinking, I turned the power off to the unit for a few minutes in an attempt to reset the control panel but that did not work, the lights are still blinking and the DW will not start. Thanks.

Walter I. for Model Number Maytag MDB9100AWB serial number 25441763ZH

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The current/original touch panel does not illuminate at all when touched. Yesterday, occasionally, when you would open and close the door, you could hear the dishwasher wanting to begin its cycle and then it would stop wtihin about 3 seconds. But the touch panel still did not light up when touched. Now today, the screen still does not illuminate and it does not attempt to start the cycle. I inspected the PCB and found nothing obviously wrong. It was a little warm to the touch but nothing out of the ordinary. I did notice 2 small "brown hot" marks by two resistors. I put it all back together, cleaned all water inlet and outlet points inside the tub and no change. Touch screen still does not power up. Will a repalcement PCB work? Can I return it if my "part swap " approach does not pan out?

Mike for Model Number mdbd880aww

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