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ZBD0710N20SS GE Monogram Dishwasher Fan Keeps Running

tfresquez

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The fan on my GE Monogram dishwasher continues to run after the cycle is over. The only way to get it to stop is to press the reset button. I have replaced the vent driver assembly, which did not fix the problem. Any thoughts on what I should try next? I am thinking to replace the blower motor, but I'm not sure if its a blower motor issue or a control board issue.

 

Jake

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Jake

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Ok, sounds good.

Jake
 

tfresquez

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I replaced the control module, but it did not resolve the issue. The fan continues to run until I press reset.

The control module was very warped, like a portion of it melted. Also, some of the terminals on the connector are very rusted or burned (see attached photo) I don't know if this may be causing the issue. It does not look like it would be easy to replace the connector harness.
 

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Jake

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some of the terminals on the connector are very rusted or burned (see attached photo) I don't know if this may be causing the issue. It does not look like it would be easy to replace the connector harness.
Yes, that's bad as well.

Unfortunately, I couldn't locate the wire harness assembly that plugs into the control module:

You might be able to see if you can get a new plastic connector that same size at a electronic store in your area, and get new electrical contact pins to put in the new plastic connector and solder the existing wires onto the new electrical contact pins.

Jake
 
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