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FIXED GE Dishwasher GDT695SSJ0SS no power at UI

erndog72

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Location
virginia
Model Number
GDT695SSJ0SS
Brand
GE
Age
1-5 years
I have a GDT695 series dishwasher that had randomly beeped for some time, but continued to work fine.
A few weeks ago it no longer showed any indication of life at the UI panel. No lights, no workie. As per recommendations, I replaced the main control board. Still the same issue. Then I figured it must be the UI itself, so I replaced it today. Still the same issue.
So, now I need to get serious. There is power to the MC board and I am getting 14.5vdc to the UI board at the Black/G and Y/Blue terminals.
The status light is solid on, no blinks.
Any ideas??

Also, where exactly is the CSM button on this unit??
 

Jake

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Did you set the jumpers on the new UI Board? The jumpers and the instructions to set them per you model, come together in the same box.

Look here:

Also, check your door wire harness to see if its shorting out, look for bad spots on it, look for any metal pins that have backed out of either side of the connectors that connect to the machine control board and UI Board.

Here's the door wire harness for your model:

Also, where exactly is the CSM button on this unit??
To Enter Consumer Error Mode: With the dishwasher in Standby Mode (not running a cycle), press and hold the Cycle Select and Start buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds.
On entry into the Consumer Error Mode, the control reports the door status for 10 seconds.
All LEDs are solidly illuminated, if the door is detected as closed.
All LEDs are flashing, if the door is detected as open.

ANY KEY PRESSES OTHER THAN CYCLE SELECT EXITS THIS MODE.

Jake
 

erndog72

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virginia
Fixed-
After going in circles all day, I decided to take a close look at the new UI again. I had set the jumpers correctly. However, what I saw as the jumpers originally all being in the jumpered position, thus requiring one to be unjumped, was in fact all four unjumped and I made one more unjumped (opposite direction).
I set them properly and reinstalled and all is GOOD!
Finding: Operator Error
 

Jake

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Excellent @erndog72 glad that was all it was.(y)

Thanks for the update!

Jake
 
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