GE Dishwasher Repair - Any Appliance Experts Here?

KP11520

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While I can see how you might think it's time to just bite the bullet, I prefer older appliances. Every decade newer, the more disposable they are made. And most don't bother to fix them as in house repair peeps JACK the costs.

Washer and dryer here are 20+ years old and I keep rebuilding them. Parts that break are cheap. Runs like a top for many years each time.

Fridge wouldn't cool. Empty the freezer and pull the back panel and nothing but a slab of ice that won't let any air circulate. Bought a defrost timer, the same brand that came in it for $12 shipped. NICE COLD SELTZER and BEER again.

I like old sh!t. LOL
 

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I wonder if the problem might be in the electronics that "tell the drain pump" to come on. Maybe a loose wire?
That's exactly what happened to our dishwasher. Had to replace a circuit board...not a loose wire, but a malfunctioning sensor.
 

Rando375

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Thanks to @fry

Our Maytag is working again. Worked fine until I installed a new garbage disposal.
Well there's a plug in the disposal in the event you don't hook a dishwasher up.

Maybe I should at least glance at the install instructions next time.

Nah...won't happen
 




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