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PartSelect Number PS774514
When replacing these fuses the wire harness must be replaced as well. It is located in the control panel. The harness is included with this part now.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
From searching the partselect site, I was able to determine that the fuse was most likely the faulty part, and probing the voltage confirmed it. So I ordered the Fuse Kit.I was very pleased with the level of diagnostic information available on partselect.com. The kit instructions were clear. With power off, I removed the old fuse, clipped the existing wires, stripped them, and reattached to the new wire connector. Then I snapped the new fuse in place and put the cover panel back on. Everything works fine again and my wife was very pleased.
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we removed the six screws behind the control panel on the door. Found the fuse on the right side of the door, (thanks to your drawing )and replaced it.. Dishwasher works great now. Your site is great, it is easy to use, shipping was very fast. We will have no problem using your site on all our part needs. Thanks for your help. Bob and Sue Holste
Open door remove screws that hold the black face panel on.Located two black wires that plug on a white square part by the electronic board.Make sure power is off unplug both plugs Pull White block that they plug into comes sliding right off. Slide new one on making sure grooves fit guides. Plug wires on. Turn power on check for lights on front panel reinstall panel and wash dishes. Easy on tightening screws they will strip if you have a heavy hand.
I noticed a burnt smell. I watched the video on how to diagnose and repair the problem, The control panel had a burnt spot on it , I tested the fuse, which was OK. Video showed how to properly test fuse and replace control panel. I breezed through it like a pro ! And I hate electrical stuff ! Unplug unit first, and take your time. Although the control board was $255.00 plus shipping, We did get a $60.00 rebate on old one. We decided that the dishwasher cost to replace, was a lot higher than to repair the machine. We now still have a washer that is of high caliber. Thank you for the great video and the fast service. Have used this site before and will do so for any needed parts in the future !!
I replaced the heating element. It did not fix the problem. Called a repair man
Found out the thermal fuse was the culprit with an ohmmeter. Ordered the part from PartSelect and installed it and the harness kit. Took about 15 minutes and now the dishwasher is running again. Easy!
Removed front panel of the door. Gained access to the circuit board. Found the fuse and removed it. Installed new fuse along with the new wire harness according to the directions that came with it and everything seems to be working fine.
My repair required the use of basic tools to replace the fuse kit and wire harness. The directions that come the part are very simple, clear, and SHORT. If you follow them you won't have a problem with the repair. It's worth the 30-60 minutes of your time to save repair man costs.
Trouble shot problem with multi meter.Removed inside top cover of control panel. Unplugged main board then fuse kit - removed - ordered part - replaced(turned off breaker to washer).
Turn off circuit breaker. Remove the torx screws that hold the door panel on. There are 8. Remove the door. Open the electronics area. Pull the leads off the old one, pull the old fuse out, attach the wires.Do no follow the instructions with the part that has you splice in the wires with the part, simply attach the wires that exist to the new part (either wire to either side).
I removed the screws around the perimeter and checked the fuse for continuity. when it proved faulty I ordered the replacement. I simply cut the wires to the fuse attached the new wires with the connector provided and reassembled. worked like a charm.
opened control panel, snipped 2 wires, stripped them, inserted new fuse and harness, closed it up, all after turning the power off at the breaker ofcourse
Removed front cover, ~12 screws, which exposed the wiring harness and associated circuit boards. Per instruction supplied with new thermo switch, removed and replaced switch.
My friend is a mechanic and has all necessary knowledge and tools, else this would have been a job for a professional. He tested the panel with a meter to find the problem, it was a blown fuse. Ordered the fuse,
Verified that the fuse was dead prior to order via an ohm meter (if broken, you'll get infinite resistance; if working, you'll get 0 ohms). I snipped the wires to the old fuse, stripped the wires to about 1/4 inch; I blew out the small pieces of copper wire strands that fell into the circuitry; replaced the fuse assembly then replaced the circuit assembly; up and running in under 20 minutes.
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