I haven't a clue as to how to troubleshoot this. Periodically, the
dishwasher gets "stuck" in the drying cycle, and just won't click over
to "off". It just sits drying in that very last click... can go on for
6 hours. Very inconvenient since we never know when it will happen.
It is about 2 years old and works fine otherwise. Can someone point me
in a direction on what to do? Thanks.
Thanks for the question and website.
Model # is DU91OPFGQ1.
Reviewed Appliance Aid and nothing comes up close to this issue, though
it got me thinking that perhaps something to do with a thermostat?
Whirlpool site isn't very informative.
Model# DU91OPFGQ1 is DU91"0"PFGQ1
Sometimes the soap dispensor mechanism can stick causing the timer to
stop advancing ( jammes the timer from moving ), but most mentioned to
me that this could happen anywhere in the cycle and not -normally- just
in one spot....so that would leave an intermittant timer as the most
likely trouble maker.
If the timer motor ( see the 2 small black wires in the link aboves
picture ) is receiving 110-120 volts AC but no longer advancing/moving,
that normally indicates a timer problem.
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