Your Norge dishwasher is typically a reliable workhorse when it comes to helping you keep your kitchen clean and ready for use. Once in a while, though, you may experience the dishwasher stopping mid-cycle, seemingly for no reason. If this happens, there are a few troubleshooting tips you can follow to get your dishwasher working again.
If the power to your house goes off for any reason, your dishwasher is going to stop mid-cycle. Check your circuit breakers to make sure the kitchen breakers haven't been tripped. If the power circuit running your dishwasher is controlled by a light switch, make sure the switch is in the On position.
A dishwasher door must be closed and latched for the dishwasher to run, and there are several dishwasher parts that can fail and shut down the appliance's operation. Make sure the door is properly latched. Inside the door latch assembly is a micro-switch that sends a message to the dishwasher that the door is latched and it's safe to fill with water. If this switch fails, replace it to get your dishwasher working again.
If your dishwasher's pump stops working correctly, the entire appliance shuts down. If the motor fails or fails to generate enough pressure to send water throughout the whole dishwasher, you have some significant dishwasher repair ahead of you, as the entire assembly probably needs to be replaced.
Sears PartsDirect can guide you through dishwasher repair ranging from small fixes to large part replacements. If you're experiencing intermittent problems with your Norge dishwasher, to figure out what parts you need, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.