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Posted By ScipioMD

I went through this decision process over the...

I went through this decision process over the Labor Day weekend as well...should i just buy new or spend $ and hope to repair this overpriced floorweight. However, my research simply highlighted the...
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Posted By wolffshome

no coding was needed, just connected it

no coding was needed, just connected it
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Posted By legbuh

Well, It was an easy fix. First remove the...

Well, It was an easy fix. First remove the little black clip (carefully or it will FLY when it releases!!) To get it off I just found a small flathead screwdriver I could get under the tongue of...
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Posted By Shadeladie

First, just want to point out I know nothing...

First, just want to point out I know nothing about dishwashers or fixing them, but just want to say, I've tried different detergents and have to say that Cascade Platinum tablets clean dishes the...
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Posted By manden

Sounds like you have something growing in there. ...

Sounds like you have something growing in there.

Try Affresh as PJmax suggested.

Also what type of detergent are you using?
I recommend you use the powdered type.
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Posted By PJmax

Welcome to the forums. With what ? I...

Welcome to the forums.


With what ?

I rarely come across a newer dishwasher with this type of problem. Your unit does have a filter but rarely do they need to be routinely cleaned unless...
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Posted By Ron53

Just mark the old screw locations in the new...

Just mark the old screw locations in the new plate, drill holes in plate to match up with old screw locations and it will be fine.
06-01-20, 02:37 PM
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Posted By wfdstation42

The guy had cut the defrost thermostat wires and...

The guy had cut the defrost thermostat wires and twisted the stubs on the circuit board together which in my opinion would cause the board to think there is ice forming on the coils and putting it...
03-19-20, 08:35 PM
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Posted By user 10

The heatpump will always supply more heat than it...

The heatpump will always supply more heat than it consumes in electricity.
All of the energy consumed by the compressor gets absorbed by the refrigerant and released by the indoor coil.
The heat...
10-06-19, 08:44 AM
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Posted By sam floor

I would go to a locally owned store or find an...

I would go to a locally owned store or find an independent installer. Both are usually more honest than a big box store.
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