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May I please have your model number so I am able to provide you with accurate, model specific information?
Thank you. Did you check the wiring connections in the lower right front corner at the junction box? They are common to fail due to poor connections, especially if you have aluminum wiring in your home to the dishwasher. Let me know what you find with those connections.
Okay, do you have power to the control then, through the fuse?
So that leaves only the control as faulty.
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No, not if the control is not lighting up. The float switch is just going to open the power to the water inlet valve.
If it is totally dead, it is the control. I can send you the sheet that shows how to test the switching of the touch pad, if you'd like, though.
The tech sheet for your model is attached.
No, if it is dead, it will not go through a diagnostic cycle, it won't do anything. You can try using the tech sheet I sent but am pretty sure you will need the new control.
The circuit board I linked you to.
You could test through a diagnostic cycle, if it was not dead. They just open and close for the loads, you will not be able to repair the control with the SMT components on it.
You as well, thank you!