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GDT655SGJ0BB GE Dishwasher with no power (board replacement?)


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May 22, 2023
Model Number
6-10 years

We have GE dishwasher that no longer has power. Is there a breaker switch under the dishwasher that we can (turn the power breaker off) and switch to get it running again?

After reading a few threads, it may be the internal board. Can someone please provide us a link to a compatible computer board for the GE dishwasher model #GDT655SGJ0BB ?

Any help is appreciated,


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Your missing a digit in your model number. The model number tag is located inside the door on the tub frame. The control boards are based on that missing digit.

Here's the results I get:

Check your machine control board STATUS LED, Tell us how many times its flashing in a row, or if its STEADY ON or STEADY OFF.

--->Here's the machine control board(underneath the dishwasher) for your model: WD21X24901 Machine Control

To view the STATUS LED, remove the lower access panel of your dishwasher. You DO NOT have remove the control board from its metal casing when you view the STATUS LED.

GE control 3.jpg

When you have that panel lowered down turn the breaker back ON to your dishwasher. When viewing it leave all the electrical connectors to it plugged in.

D-GE control board status led.jpg

The UI Board is located at the top of the dishwasher door, where you press the buttons, here it is for your model: WD21X31902
Hi all,

Jumping in this thread, I have a GE GDT695SMJ2ES dishwasher, seems to have no power. I want to say the control board went out. I try to reset the washer on cycle buttons, the LEDs light up like it reset but as soon as I try to select a cycle it powers off again. Can anyone verify it is the control board before I put the effort into fixing it and that might not be the problem. Please and thank you.

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