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665.12793K311 Kenmore Dishwasher - F9e1 f9e4 f3e1 f6e6

Jaxquest

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665.12793K311 F9e1 f9e4 f3e1 f6e6. I changed the divetor motor / vent. The lower arm is definitely not spraying water. If I turn it it clicks. The arm will spin. Can I have it in wrong. I have the big arm in front and lower arm in back. How do I do test cycle. I do the 3 buttons until I get to test cycle and everything lights up. But how do I make it run a test cycle. Thank you in advance.
 

Jake

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Your model has the problematic door vent that can cause this problem you are having.

Do this first--->Disconnect all the wire connectors to your door vent and see if it runs through a complete cycle.

--->Start reading what bigbuck said at post#18 here:

Your model uses the exact same door vent. If it runs through a complete cycle and everything is back to normal, then order and replace the door vent assembly.

Here it is for your model you can order:
WPW10469574 Vent


To access the vent assembly you will need a T-15 torx screwdriver: Remove 4 screws (long) across top of door, then remove 10 screws (short) on the sides, then the outer door panel pulls off.

Let us know how it goes after you replace the door vent.

Jake
 

Jake

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You already replaced the door vent?

How do I do test cycle. I do the 3 buttons until I get to test cycle and everything lights up. But how do I make it run a test cycle. Thank you in advance.
Here's your tech data sheet below, look on Page 3
 

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Jake

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Got it!

Now do what it says on Page 3.

Run the SERVICE DIAGNOSTICS CYCLE, and let it run all the way through to reset it back to default.

Entry sequence: Press any 3 keys in the sequence 1-2-3, 1-2-3, 1-2-3 with no more than 1 second between key presses. NOTE: Some models have replaced the “Clean” LED with “Completed.”
The Service Diagnostics Cycle will start when the door is closed.

--->Invoking Service Diagnostics clears all status and last run information from memory and restores defaults. It also forces the next cycle to be a sensor calibration cycle.

LET IT RUN ALL THE WAY THROUGH: Service diagnostic cycle will take about 23 minutes.

Do that and see if that resolves the problem.

Jake
 
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