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Old 11-06-2012, 09:42 AM
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Thanks for the documentation, but what i really need to know is how to
chk the NTC cause there two sets of wires going to it (2 red and 2 green). can you please tell me how to chk that? Thanks.

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The instructions are attached.

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This is what I came up with starting at the lowest ohm setting and moving up if needed.

Heater: OL at all settings
Flow switch removed from the heater : 000.0 ohms
NTC: 57.8 Kohms
Hi-limit: never got stable to one setting and ranged between 14 and .4 ohms.

I did the NTC and Hi-limit test with the sensor still attached to the heater.
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:06 AM
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How did you check the heater? Did you remove the wires? If you did then the heater is bad.

- The heater assembly Part number: 264462

Part number: 264462

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yes the wires were removed.

does the bottom of the dishwasher need to be removed to replace the heater?
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I'm afraid you have not read all files attached to the posts earlier. Open the file from the post at 11/01 please.

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I replaced the heater and the machine it goes thru the cycle without any
problems. But it does not desolve all the detergent in the dispenser.
This is odd cause it has never done this before. If you have any suggestions please let me know. Thank you very much for all your help.
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What kind of detergent did you use?

Open the door during the wash cycle to check how much water is inside and post the result.

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If that model has 3 washing arms then I am missing one the one on the roof of the machine. That would explain why it does not clear the dispenser cause it does not build up enough pressure. Pls let me know.
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:33 PM
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...If that model has 3 washing arms...
Did you see any signs of such third arm? I did not see it on the diagrams.

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