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    I have a Kitchenaid dishwasher that quit in mid-cycle. Lights went out on the display panel. There is power to the unit - ends at display panel. Any ideas?

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    Hi,

    If you can post a model# that would help us.

    After it quits in mid cycle, if you touch the display panel buttons, does it start or light up?

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    Pressing any of the buttons didn't seem to do anything - no lights. I will have to look up the model number.

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    The only number I found was one stamped into the door

    287432184

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    **The only number I found was one stamped into the door**



    Might help

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    There was one stamped on the left side of the tub, but it was illegible...was the number I gave you a useless one?

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    emason wrote:
    There was one stamped on the left side of the tub, but it was illegible...was the number I gave you a useless one?
    **287432184**

    Came up as nothing for me.



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    emason wrote:
    There was one stamped on the left side of the tub, but it was illegible.
    On the model number tag?


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    If that information on it is not legible, there may be at least part of a model number on the appliance's wiring diagram which is usually behind the lower access panel and a small pocket, pouch or envelope. There will usually be a 'tech sheet' with it which will usually include some diagnostic procedures and may even provide some of the common components' part numbers.

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    I located the plastic pouch, but it looks like the wiring diagram has been removed. There are some numbers on the electronic parts - would that be of any use? If not, can you suggest what to do next without a model number?

    Thanks for your help!



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    **Lights went out on the display panel**

    **If not, can you suggest what to do next without a model number?**

    Maybe have a peek for a blown or bad thermal fuse up beside the control.

    Just a guess!

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