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Dishwasher Repair / Whirlpool Thermal Fuse - GU3200XTXY3
« Last post by tenleyt on Today at 12:08:34 PM »
Hi Everyone,

I'm having trouble with my 3 year old Whirlpool dishwasher GU3200XTXY3...

About 1 year ago my thermal fuse blew.  I bought the replacement kit with the wires and block and replaced per instructions.  No problems unit 2 weeks ago and I'm only getting about 3 cycles before the fuse will blow and I'm on my 3rd fuse in the last 2 weeks.  My most recent attempt makes me suspect it is when Sani - Rinse (higher temp wash) option is selected.  At this point I'm a little lost as to what to do or try.  Is my unit junk? 

Any help will be appreciated greatly!

Thanks guys, I will try your suggestions after work today and let you know the results.
So then would the issue be something that could be causing the ice to trap in the shoot. I believe all water pressure is good and ice seems correct. A bulletin would be great for reference. My repair folks consulted KitchenAide and the heater strip was the recommended fix 3 months ago. The repairman had never heard of ice dropping out of the shoot like this. Thanks
Anyone know if this place is legit;   They have an HVT listed for $20 new... SHV-U4205A
Dryer Repair / Re: no power to dryer
« Last post by Maytag Man 6725 on Today at 09:03:11 AM »
Did you check the things I told you? You don't want to just through parts at it
Dryer Repair / Re: no power to dryer
« Last post by dennishazard on Today at 08:16:21 AM »
is there anything I can check on the dryer that would cause the light not to work and the no power problem ?
I've seen a blown HV transformer fuse one time and it was a bad transformer. 
I ordered 5 Buss MDA for $5 on ebay (two ABC's cost $6 at the store), so I'll try that first. All three door switches are reading right (especially checked for closed monitor). Should I buy another cap? Would mag show n/g if I dug it out and had a look-see? (never looked at one before)   
Dryer Repair / Re: no power to dryer
« Last post by Maytag Man 6725 on July 27, 2014, 10:01:33 PM »
Sounds like you lost power, either from your house or maybe trace your common line from your door switch. For you to loose dryer operation and light it would have to be in that circuit or simply no power to your dryer. If you have access to a volt meter, check power at your cord block from outside terminal to outside should be 240v from either outside to center 120v do this while pushing start button to make sure you are not loosing neutral  these numbers should not change, if they do you have a power problem
Dryer Repair / Re: no power to dryer
« Last post by dennishazard on July 27, 2014, 09:49:32 PM »
ok, sorry it was my mistake with the model # it is mde9696ayw , so where is the cord block ? I don't know if this was from a matching set its in a house we are renting
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