Model #66513482K901 KENMORE Dishwasher

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Specs on dishwasher 66513482K901 Kenmore Undercounter dishwasher

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Based upon my internal records, it looks like this particular model was manufactured in 2009. The decible rating is 59 dBa. For a more thorough analysis on this unit, I have also included a blue link below that you may click on to see all the specs and features.

Spec Sheet for Kenmore Dishwasher 66513482k901

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
September 24, 2013
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I have a 665.13482k901 dishwasher. I have no lights on control board. tested the door swch ,bi metl fuse ok control bd and circuit bd been replaced twc by sears

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Yadira B -
July 28, 2013
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thanks for the links. the problem I am having is I have power buy no lights. I do not know if it is a control panel or circuit panel ..both are expensive since sears already replace 2 already

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frank -
July 28, 2013
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Thank you for your question. Every time you change the thermal fuse you need to use the new wiring harness that comes with it also you or someone needs to inspect the unit for a wire that's grounding itself out causing the thermal fuse and/or board to blow. The problem may be related to the voltage but if there are lights then the thermal fuse/bi-metal is okay. The control is also a possibility but check the door switches first. There are two and they can be checked for continuity, if a meter is available. You can access the door switches by removing the console. The images below may help. Remember to turn the power off first. I'd suggest you start by checking continuity across the switch terminals while the door is closed.

I took off the console and did a voltage check on the two large black plugs (not sure if those are the plugs for the door switches or not). One with three wires going into it and one with four wires going into it. the one with four wires going into it had no voltage on any of the wires. The one with three wires going into it had voltage coming to the black & white wire and the tan wire but not the blue one.

Use caution checking voltage. Between the white wire on the P2 connection to the tan wire on P8 there should be 120 volts. If you have this voltage then the connectors are okay and the control is likely the problem. No voltage would indicate a plug problem.


The black/white and tan wire from one plug have voltage. These wires should have, and do, have voltage and should go to the main electronic control in the console. If there is voltage on these two wires with no lights then the main control is likely the problem. What colors are the wires on the 4 wire plug? the plugs are most likely not separate parts and will be part of the harness.

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dtova00 -
Sears Technician
July 30, 2013
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My Kenmore Energy Star Dishwasher Model # 665.13482K901 is not running.

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Alina F. -
March 13, 2012
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Thank you for the question. The unit will light up but won't do anything else. If the dishwasher won't fill, drain or wash then I suspect the door switches might be the problem. You are exactly right about the lights and voltage to the dishwasher. The problem may be related to the voltage but if there are lights then the thermal fuse/bi-metal is okay. The control is also a possibility but check the door switches first. There are two and they can be checked for continuity if a meter is available. Let me know if you have a meter to do this test. You can reply with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 14, 2012
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Yes I do have a voltage meter. Could you let me know where these door switches are and how to get access to them to test them? Thank you.

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Karen -
March 15, 2012
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You can access the door switches by removing the console. The images below may help. Remember to turn the power off first. I'd suggest you start by checking continuity across the switch terminals while the door is closed.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 17, 2012
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I took off the console and did a voltage check on the two large black plugs(not sure if those are the plugs for the door switches or not). One with three wires going into it and one with four wires going into it. the one with four wires going into it had no voltage on any of the wires. The one with three wires going into it had votage coming to the black & white wire and the tan wire but not the blue one. Would replacing just the plugs actually solve the problem? If so can you tell me the names of the plugs or their part number so I can order new ones? There were also two white plugs at the bottom portion of the circuit board but those had power coming to them. One last thing, how can I get access to a circuit diagram for my dishwasher model? Thank you for you time.

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Karen -
March 18, 2012
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The image below may be helpful. Remember to turn the power off first. The Tan wire must have voltage.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 19, 2012
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Thank you for the drawing. As I said the tan wire does have voltage. The plug with four wires going into it has no voltage on any wires. The plug with three wires going into it has voltage on the tan wire and the black & white wire. Based on what I said in my last response, do you feel that I need to purchase new plugs to fix the problem? If so can you tell me the part number so I can order them?

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Karen -
March 19, 2012
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Use caustion checking voltage. Between the white wire on the P2 connection to the tan wire on P8 there should be 120 volts. If you have this voltage then the connectors are okay and the control is likely the problem. No voltage would indicate a plug problem.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 20, 2012
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What do you mean by control? What about the plug with the four wires going into it that has no voltage that I keep telling you about? I really need some answers here so I can get this fixed. There is no voltage at all coming to the plug with the four wires. Do I need to replace that plug?? I've told you there is voltage coming to the tan wire on the plug with the three wires. What about the other plug?

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Karen -
March 22, 2012
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Sorry for the confusion. If I understand correctly the black/white and tan wire from one plug have voltage. These wires should have, and do, have voltage and should go to the main electronic control in the console. If there is voltage on these two wires with no lights then the main control is likely the problem. What colors are the wires on the 4 wire plug? the plugs are most likely not separate parts and will be part of the harness.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 23, 2012
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