Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of Appliance1 - 4 years
Steve From Fort Collins, CO
Sep 30, 2010
4 out of 6 people found this instruction helpful
When my dishwasher stopped working I went to the local appliance parts store with the entire button panel. I explained my situation to them, and the response was that I needed a new control panel -$68 and a week wait. So I ordered it. When it came in I noticed it was missing a button for the rinse only cycle. The parts guy said that maybe it was a problem with the parts vendor and ordered another one from their other vendor. In the mean time I installed the new control panel just to see if I would get any lights (no luck). A week later the new control panel came in - still no rinse only button. I got my money back and went home to see what I could find online. I ran across PartSelect - saw several comments describing my exact problem, and ordered a new fuse kit ($15). I put the original control panel back in, put in the new fuse (which took only 2 days to get to me!) and sure enough - problem solved.
Thanks PartSelect you have a great site with lots of useful information!
Steve in Colorado
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Part Number: PS774514