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How do I unstick my dishwasher from the rinse cycle?


The wiring diagram for your dishwasher is shown in the image below. Check to see if the heater is working in the dishwasher. If the heater is not working, you could have a failed heating element or a failed high limit thermostat that would open the circuit through the heater (outlined in red on the diagram). This would prevent the thermostats in the high temperature wash and/or rinse cycles from closing and advancing the timer properly. If the heater is working and heating the water properly, then you likely have a problem with one of the temperature boost thermostats (the wash temp boost thermostat is traced in yellow on the diagram). These thermostats are on the bottom of the dishwasher tub. If you are able to shut off the breaker and access the bottom of the sump, you can check these thermostats if the heater if obviously working okay. You may need to pull the dishwasher out from under the counter using the installation instructions as a guide. Here is a copy of the installation instructions if you need it: Installation Instructions .

Replacing one or both of the temperature boost thermostats will likely fix this dishwasher problem if the heater is working properly. You can order parts from the Sears PartsDirect website. The part numbers for the temperature boost thermostats are:

  • Wash temperature boost thermostat -- 154227808
  • Rinse temperature boost thermostat -- 154227805

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 01, 2009

As far as the rinse boosters what ohm reading should they have to verify if they are good? I checked the high limit thermostat and had an ohm reading of 0 ohms. Got no reading from either of the temp boost thermostats?

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Scott -
April 25, 2010
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