Model #KUDP01DLBS2 KITCHENAID Dishwasher

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How do I reset my Kitchenaid Dishwasher (KUDU03STSS0)?

A:

It sounds like the dishwasher is stuck in a cycle or has error codes? A suggestion I have to help the expert provide a better answer is to add some more details of the problem in this thread. I found some discussion of resetting the dishwasher on another site and attached the link below. It may be of some help. I also attached the owner's manual, which should have a troubleshooting guide. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
September 04, 2010
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I must assume the "Clean" light is flashing 7 times and pausing and repeating and the dishwasher will not operate. If this assumption is correct then the failure is that the control does not sense any water temperature increase in the main wash cycle. The Control is programmed to stop running and not allow any further cycles if it detects a water heating problem (no temperature increase detected in heated Main Wash on 3 consecutive cycles). The Control blinks the Clean LED 7 times repeatedly and disables the Start/Resume key until cleared.

To clear and reset the flashing "Clean" light running the diagnostics clears the control and allows it to operate again. The water heating problem must be fixed or the control will stop running again. See potential causes below:

  • Open heating element
  • Open connection or component in heater circuit.
  • Faulty heater drive circuit on control.
  • No water
  • Door switch not making contact consistently
  • Faulty or sloppy door latch assembly (which can be aggravated by high door closure force keeping strike plate from fully seating).
  • Faulty door switch (high resistance).
NOTE: Neutral switch on plastic tub models is only in series with motor and heater; other loads are not affected.

To reset the control press HEATED DRY---NORMAL---HEATED DRY---NORMAL and then allow the dishwasher to run for a minute or so and then press Cancel/Drain and wait for the dishwasher to stop draining and reset.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 07, 2010
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OK..if u r out there Joey. I have a kitchenaide KUDP01DLBS2. It kept just shutting off after the first 10 minutes or so of first cycle. Panel blank. I replaced the control board and ran ok first time.Next 2 times stopped with the clean lite blinking 7 times as stated in some other threads. After resetting with diagnostics is running normal again but believe I have other older problem that might be tied to this. I am questioning the heater circuit. Seems to run for about 30 minutes with sensing soak without advancing the time after just at few minutes into the wash. Did this even before I changed control board. I never can open and grab the heater and find it hot to the touch. I want to make sure this is my problem before I change the element. I am searching thru the diagnostics paperwork now to try and t/s from the ribbon connector control board before pulling out from under the cabinet. Also, if the element is bad, since I just replaced the control board, would I need the listed control board w/ the new element as is stated? Thanx

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Don -
January 11, 2013
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Don: You can Ohm the heater circuit from the control board with an Ohm meter. On one of the 4 pin connectors has a White wire connected to it and there is another 4 pin connector with a White wire with a Red stripe. You can Ohm the heater circuit with an Ohm meter by disconneting the 4 pin connectors with the White wire with the red stripe and disconnect the 4 pin connector with the White wire. Place the Ohm meter leads across the White wire with red stripe and the white wire and it should have approximately 10-35 Ohms of resistance if the heating element and high limit thermostate is Okay. If you do not measure any resistance, the heating element or high limit thermostat could be faulty. If the heater is faulty, the part number of the heating element kit which includes a new control board is #8194200. The new heating element will require a new control board which is supplied with the kit.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
January 14, 2013
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Thank Joey. I just typed for 10 min. & I think it was erased.Already ohmed the heater circuit. Thermostat good, element bad. Also ohmed the thermistor circuit and observed change when pouring hot water in d.w. Appears ok. Since I just replaced the board within the last week, should I need another board w/ the element? Trying to save a little. Also, is it worth doing the thermostat and thermistor anyway or leave them alone since they check ok? Look forward to u.r. Response.

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Don -
January 14, 2013
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Don: I would just replace the heating element and see how it operates.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
January 15, 2013
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