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Thread: FIXED: MDB7851AWB Dishwasher won't start, passes field test

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    It's hard wired, but I wired it into the circuit with the rest of the kitchen outlets. I have moved that to a different circuit and will give it it's own circuit when I upgrade my circuit breaker box.

    I tried several times to put it in the other mode - the test mode where pressing different buttons activates different components, but was unable to get that to work.

    I'm just happy I got it fixed without spending any money!

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    Sounds good Darwin, glad that's all it was too, and thanks for showing me and others something new that I was not aware of.

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