Dishwasher Circuit Boards and Touch Pads
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Popular Dishwasher Circuit Boards and Touch Pads
Control Panel and Touchpad - White
PartSelect Number PS11723017
Manufacturer Part Number W10811166
Jonathan from ABINGDON, VA
Defective touchpadTurn off power to unit. Remove all screws from back side of door, releasing the front door panel. There is an electric ribbon connecting the touchpad to the control computer. The release is on the left side of the connection between the ribbon and the computer. Release ribbon, then remove screw in middle bottom of control pad, removing it from unit. On the back of the old touchpad find the 3 to 4 inch plastic box in the middle that removes from touchpad and attaches to new one (the screw that was last removed to release touchpad from unit was on that attachment). Using the middle screw, loosely attach the new touchpad to unit. Connect the electric ribbon to the control computer. Put front of door back in position and put screws back in. Turn power back on. Note: screws require (*) adapter. Read more...
Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS11758074
Manufacturer Part Number 5304504782Electronic control board 5304504782 manages the functions of the dishwasher such as washing, draining and drying
PartSelect Number PS6011664
Manufacturer Part Number WD21X10476Timer WD21X10476 manages the various dishwasher functions such as filling, washing, draining and drying. Unplug the dishwasher or turn off the house circuit breaker before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.
Touchpad and Control Panel - Black
PartSelect Number PS11755696
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10500172
Michael from ELLICOTT CITY, MD
Control panel just stopped workingSince the control panel is an all-in-one "plug and play" item, it is as straightforward as removing the torx head screws on the inside of the door, disconnecting and removing the old panel, plugging in and reinstalling the new panel, and buttoning up all the screws. A few notes: 1) The replacement panel's mating surfaces are slightly different than the original's so it took a little study and wiggling to get it seated; 2) There are two different lengths of torx head screws that hold the door panels/part together - the longer ones hold the control panel on, the shorter ones simply keep the door panels together; 3) When you pull the control panel screws, the handle unit will likely fall on the floor if you're not careful - don't sweat it, it can only go back on one way so you'll figure it out easily enough. Read more...
Control Board with Touchpad - Stainless
PartSelect Number PS11723019
Manufacturer Part Number W10811169This control board is used in dishwashers.
MARSHALL from LEXINGTON, KY
Dishwasher started acting odd. When one wash cycle was chosen another cycle would be selected at random. After a week of this it stoped working at all.Removed the outside stainless, front panel, unplugged the control panel and plugged the new control panel into the ribbon cable. Replaced the front panel and unit works just like new. Read more...
Control Board With Selector
PartSelect Number PS2352995
Manufacturer Part Number 154712101This is a 4-button board. This part would be the main "brains" of the appliance which is activated by selecting a certain function with the touchpad.
Jonathan from Stamford, CT
Drain Motor would not runI remove the 5 or 6 screws that hold the plastic decorative top front cover in place (the screws are on the inside of the door). Lifted and pulled the cover off of the door. Pushing in the two side clips, detached the control module power/control connector from the door. Removed two screws that hold the control module to the cover, then released the snapping clips that hold the control model in place. Reversed all the steps and ran a test cycle. It worked! Thanks PS! Read more...
Main Board Kit
PartSelect Number PS11721500
Manufacturer Part Number WD21X22276
Fixes these symptoms
- Not drying dishes properly
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David from SHAWNEE, KS
Heater Element not working, but not brokenDishwasher would not activate heating element to dry dishes, but element still has continuity. Determined main board was not supplying voltage to element. Remove front cover, disconnect power leads, disconnect and then drop down main board (held up by two screws). Reverse to install. Unfortunately the main board didn't correct the problem. It's not the thermostat either and the thermistor doesn't fail self diagnostics. Oh well, gambled and lost, new dishwasher time. Read more...