Model #66515964990 KENMORE Dishwasher

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Q:

How do I test the dual wax motor in my Kenmore dishwasher?

A:

The detergent and rinse aide wax motors should both have a resistance measurement of 600-1800 ohms of resistance. The wax motor can also be tested by applying 110-120vac to the wax motor. When voltage is applied to the wax motor it is not going to immediately cause the plunger to extend rapidly. It is called a wax motor because it has to heat up to cause the wax to expand and push the plunger outward to trip the dispenser cup or to release the rinse agent. Once you connect 110-120 vac to the wax motor you will need to give it time to heat up and push the plunger outwards. It will slowly extend outwards and not instantly.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2009
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Why is my Kenmore dishwasher, model number 66515964990, blinking "Sani-rinse" in the timer display?

A:

Core issue: Kenmore dishwasher model number 66515964990, is blinking "Sani-rinse".

Resolution: The Sanitize light flashing at the end of the wash cycle may be due to dishwasher not reaching the correct temperature or not holding the correct temperature for long enough to achieve Sanitary conditions.

Note: Water temperature must be maintained in the dishwasher, between 143° and 165° Fahrenheit for the necessary length of time to reach Sanitary conditions.

Possible Causes: Final Rinse was interrupted Incoming water temperature too cold

Note: General information for resolution to this problem, is based on information provided in question. Contact certified technician if problem persist. Sears repair 1-800-469-4663.

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Tamira B. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
August 27, 2009
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How can I fix the control panel on my dishwasher?

A:

It sounds like you are correct about the control panel. First, disconnect power to the dishwasher. Remove the vent grill per instructions provided. Remove the screws around the perimeter of the inner door liner. Separate the door & remove the cover to the control board per instructions. You should now be able to replace the touchpad control assembly.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
October 06, 2008

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