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PartSelect Number PS260154
This part works with the following brands: GE, Hotpoint & Kenmore.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
I only had to remove the inside door panel then the bad control panel , a total of 10 screws, and then plug in the 3 harnesss wires. FIred it up and worked like a champ!
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First I turned power to dishwasher off at fuse box.then,removed inside panel inside dishwasher about six screws.examined the control switch assembly and removed two screws that hold it into place.carefully removed two wire housings.Then located the part no.and model no.on the control panel.ordered new part online.The new control panel assembly arrived the next day.Installed it right away.Our dishwasher works as good as new. Thanks
I had already removed the screws that hold the inner door piece in place when diagnosing the problem. I snapped the new controller in place, put the 3 or so screws back in that hold it to the door, and replugged the wire harness connections from the power and the Sequencer. I put the inner piece of the door in place and replaced those 5 or so screws and restored power from the breaker box. The dishwasher gave a solid beep while the clean light flashed continuously. No other buttons were responsive and pressing the reset button caused a beep but nothing else. I began to research and diagnose that problem which was leading me to the Sequencer when I realized there was a "rewiring" plug on the controller I replaced that was not on the new controller. The controller which is made by Torisan is a generic part used by many manufacturers. The "rewiring" plug which goes into slot CN5 on the controller circuit card, which has wires that comes out of it and go back into other slots in the plug, is used to get the get the correct "pinout" sequence for GE's use of this generic component. Although I could find no information on this, the continuous beep was telling me there was a wiring problem. I removed the plug from the old controller, put it in CN5 of the new controller and the dishwasher works like a charm.
Repair was very easy Disconnected power source. Removed screws on panel. removed 2 screws holding switch assembly. removed plugs and placed in new switch removed old switch and replaced. replaced screws check for function before replacing panel no problems Thanks for the help
Removed screws from back of door, a few more inside retaining the control panel (and a couple more from a small obstructing part located over a corner of the control panel). Then release/pull out the harness wires and tilt out the control from its retaining clips. Biggest problem was figuring out that the control panel was still being retained only by a stubborn clip that hung up in a slot on the control panel. Pliers were needed to pull out on the clip while tilting out the control panel. Replacement part then snapped in easily after its tabs on the bottom are inserted in the slots. Didn't have any trouble with the latch - - do not sure what the other entry means about being careful with the latch.
Bulk of time was spent in diagnosis, eliminating other possible causes for the problem, such as wall switch and door switch and timer -- done with multi-meter. Replacement of the control module was relatively easy, but **IMPORTANT TIP** Be sure to pull the specific model jumper wire from the old control module and re-attach it to the new replacement module. Otherwise, you'll just get a continuous blinking "clean" light and the dishwasher will not operate at all.
Went great, but make sure you install lock for the door on the door cover, not the door and save yourself some time!
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