This isnb't even a choice in the solutions. this is the answer to the issue, "Why doesn't my dishwasher work on the normal cycle and on all other cycles (as it hasn't for two years)!!
I had already pored over the repair clinic, so when you showed me to the site, and, i might add, shosed me to a Kitchecn Aid control board, when i have a Whirlpool Gold...I knew there were a few things wrong.
Please duck out as an expert in this area. thank you.
Hi, my name is Chas, I am hoping that I will be able to help you with your problem today..
The technician that helped you with your answer was completely correct with the part that you needed, Kitchen Aid and Whirlpool and Maytag and several others are all made by the same company, The control board that he told you to replace will repair your problem.
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ok. i will rate you tops. i wasn't certain if i could do this and still talk to you, though.
how come this repair panel (that i can do myself:), isn't listed as an issue with a draining problem. there are only three small answers costing in a range from about $4 to $18 and the pump and housing assembly at a roaring $270 listed in the drain area.
it doesn't make sense at all that the control board would be the answer since it isn't one of the choices.
Can you explain what is happeing in the board when that final cycle isn't draining?
oh. i will go back and give the other guy credit, too, if this is truly the answer. it just doesn't jive with what the Repair clinic says...
It is very true though, Thank you for understanding, we will continue to help you along without further charges.
Actually, fuses, wire connections and door locks aren't among the other choices, either. There are mechanical choices and the pump and motor assembly. one choice is a simple check valve.
unfortunately, since you are coming up with the wrong answers to the "other drain solutions," i am concerned about your first answer..
The main control board did NOTHING to fix the problem. both of you were way off base.