WD21X10150 General Electric Dishwasher Timer Repair

DESKTOP Failure codes, problems, and resolutions for General Electric timer model # WD21X10150

General Electric (GE) ERCs and General Electric (GE) stove clocks and timers Manufacturer :  General Electric
Part Number :  WD21X10150
Appliance Type :  Dishwasher
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Description :  Control assembly

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Recent Service Requests for General Electric Part Number WD21X10150

CityModel NumberFailure CodeProblem DescriptionResolution
Zebulon, North CarolinaGSD2800G03N/APump always starts after several hours of off, but Interrupting cycle by opening door, causes pump motor not to restart.This occurs with false blocked arm and when adding detergent tabs. A firm slap on the display approximately where the pump motor relay is located usually restarts it and it finishes. False blocked arm trips occur before the wash cycle only.Repaired
Laguna Niguel, CaliforniaGSD3000W13N/ADishwasher display controls do not work. Repairman said needs main computer and no longer made.Awaiting receipt of timer
New York, New YorkN/APART FAILUREAwaiting receipt of timer
van nuys, Californiagsd3000w16f4,f8,some times f13we replaced circulation motor pump,soap dispenser is working properly,Awaiting receipt of timer
Fairfield, ConnecticutSee "Problem SymptomProblem: No 120VAC power sent from timer to pump/motor.<br /> <br /> 1) Timer display lights, responds to touchpad just fine.<br /> <br /> 2) Solenoids/sensors apprear to deploy correctly during cycle.<br /> <br /> 3) Pump/motor does not run -- no 120VAC power detected at motor leads.<br /> <br /> 4) Pump/motor runs fine when motor leads hooked up to independent 120VAC power source.<br /> <br /> 5) Full continuity from each timer motor connector pin (#1 and #10) to corresponding motor lead, through all wiring and junction blocks.Awaiting receipt of timer
Fairfield, ConnecticutNo power to motor leTerminal #1 on the timer junction block is burned out -- solder no longer connects pin to board. This pin powers the motor, which appears to work fine, and to have proper resistance. All other timer functions appear to work. Looks repairable, but would rather have you ship me a reconditioned, warranted timer from inventory ASAP, for the extra $25.Awaiting receipt of timer