Dishwasher Has No Power

Cause:

  • Power supply issue
  • Electrical issue
  • Master power switch
  • Control board issue

Topics:

  • No power after new Dishwasher installed
  • Dishwasher does not turn on
  • What to check if Dishwasher will not start
  • Where is the master power button for front controls?

Steps to Verify Issue:

  1. Verify the unit power supply meets specifications.
  2. Reset power at the power supply source (electrical box or circuit breaker).
  3. Often, local code requires dishwashers have a switch under the kitchen sink that turns on and off to supply power to the unit.
    • The switch may have been accidentally turned off.
    • Verify switch is on and power is going to the unit.
  4. Verify the power cord is plugged into electrical outlet.
  5. Unplug the unit and plug back into the outlet.
  6. Verify the unit is on a dedicated power circuit and does not share the circuit with other appliances.
  7. Verify the electrical outlet has power by plugging in a different appliance, extension cord, or phone charger to test.
  8. Verify the unit is not connected to a GFCI and, if so, that other appliance or outlets are working.

Refer to the product installation guide for further installation information.

Answer:

If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair. 

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