Kenmore Dishwasher Circuit Boards and Touch Pads
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Popular Kenmore Dishwasher Circuit Boards and Touch Pads
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...
Control Panel with Touchpad - White
PartSelect Number PS11750923
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10243210Electronic board is not included.
William M. from CANTON, OH
My Kenmore dishwasher quit running after about 8 years of service and it would not start up again. We hand-washed dishes for over 10 months and drip-dried them in the busted machine.Got on line at PartSelect and provided the requested Model and Serial numbers. I also used YouTube to "armchair" diagnose the symptoms and reviewed several suggested fixes. Our "touch panel" containing all the control buttons had deteriorated over the years, and I speculated that this panel could be the problem. Since the dishwasher is a few years old and has had heavy use, I also assumed that the thermal sensor would be bad, or at least at the end of its life. Since one LED on the control panel still worked, I knew the unit had power going through it. So I removed the upper latching mechanism and touch panel screws and pulled the panel apart to inspect it for signs of burning, corrosion and possible deterioration. The electronics looked good so I cut the power at my main household electrical panel and proceeded to disassemble and unsnap the inside covers. Then I disconnected two electrical connectors and carefully unfastened the electronics ribbon. I snipped two wires leading to the thermal fuse, replaced them with a new sensor (spliced the two wire feeders with electric nuts) and put that back in place. Then I snapped the new touch control panel back together, replaced the protective cover, and the screws I had removed. I re-energized the house electric panel and-- WALA --the dishwasher sprung back to life! I'm probably slow and methodical, but it took me about 30 minutes to disassemble and reassemble the unit with the new parts. It's great to have the machine back in service, and the tab was only about $160. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS11722928
Manufacturer Part Number W10804111
ronald from OXFORD, CT
dishes were not drying, started coming out dirtyreplaced heating element, it was cracked...still no heat. Replaced high limit thermostat...still no heat. Replaced electronic control circuit board, dishwasher now performs like new. Read more...
Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS11748220
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10084141This board is located in the control panel of the dishwasher.Thermal fuse is NOT included.
Fixes these symptoms
- Not cleaning dishes properly
- Will not dispense detergent
- Will Not Start
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Jessica from Clintwood, VA
Lights flashing on the selections and nothing but the cancel button workingTake the 6 torx screws loose and pull down the face. Pop out the bi-metal fuse that is in the current board. Unhook the wires attached. Pop out the old board. Attach the wires to new board. Put the bi-metal fuse back in the board. Re-attach the face on the dishwasher. Be sure to unplug from the outlet before starting. When finished plug dishwasher back in. This fixed my problem. Read more...
PartSelect Number PS2373397
Manufacturer Part Number 154776601
Travis from OAK PARK, IL
Dishwasher not going through the wash cycleFirst disconnect the power. Open the dishwasher door. Unscrew all of the screws except the top two screws. Unscrew the top two screws last and slide the door off. Unscrew the housing for the control board. Disconnect the wires from the control board(take a picture or mental note where the wires are positioned for reinstalling). Unscrew the control board. Put the new board in and go in reverse order until the job is complete. Good luck. Read more...
Dishwasher Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS10067043
Manufacturer Part Number W10751502
PartSelect Number PS3651409
Manufacturer Part Number W10473198
Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS2379414
Manufacturer Part Number 5304475569