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FIXED KUDI01ILBL6 KitchenAid Dishwasher - Normal Light Blinking

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JoeG

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You guys helped me fix my double oven - thanks again - and now I am back for help with a KitchenAid Dishwasher (model KUDI01ILBL6).

The dishwasher completed its cycle but the following lights were blinking: Normal, Hi-Temp Scrub and Cancel.

I did a power cycle on the unit and after powering up the Normal light is blinking.

If I perform the diagnostic button sequence - Hi-temp, energy-saver (tried both 2 times and 3 times), close the door and hit cancel then both the Normal and Cancel Lights blink :(
Is this the correct button sequence for this unit?

From what I have read, it looks like the control panel is bad. Yes?
 
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JoeG

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Just to make sure I am doing the right thing and not missing an easy way to access the keypad, I will need to remove 12 torx-head screws to remove the inner panel of door. I assume then I will have access to the keypad.

Is that correct?

thanks

joe
 

rickgburton

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No just the 6 that hold the console. Recheck your model number and I'll double check. Nothing comes up with that one
 

Jake

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Its your control panel thats bad, seen this happen many times.

His model# is KUDI01ILBL6. He just had a O after the "I" instead of a "0".

Here's the control panel for your model you can order here:
Touchpad and Control Panel WP8531816


Jake
 

JoeG

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One last question and this comes from the Big Boss Woman... :)

Is this a repair you would make on a 7 year old unit? Nothing else has been replaced on the unit.
 

Jake

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Yes, I would. Still has plenty of life left in it.:)

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Excellent, good job.:)

Jake
 
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