Frigidaire FPID2498SF wiring

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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This information is intended for use by persons having electrical and P/N: 808936687 mechanical training and a level of knowledge of these subjects generally considered acceptable in the appliance repair trade. Electrolux Home Products North America cannot be responsible, nor assume any liability, for injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this Service Data Sheet. FPID2498 Cycle Selection Options Cycle Selection Options

Exploded View of Wash System Tub Gasket Trouble Shooting Tips The door gasket is pressed into the tub channel for an interference fit. To install the gasket: 1. Press the gasket across the header using Personal Injury Hazard your hands. Always disconnect the dishwasher from the electrical power source before adjusting or 2. Press the gasket while stretching around replacing components. the corners . NOTE: There should be no wrinkles or Symptom Check the Following Remedy puckers in the corners. Dishwasher will not operate when 1. Fuse (blown or tripped). 1. Replace fuse or reset breaker. 3. Place the gasket end at the bottom and turned on. 2. 120 VAC supply wiring connection 2. Repair or replace wire fasteners at then press the gasket in from the bottom up. faulty. dishwasher junction box. 3. Electronic control board defective. 3. Replace control board. 4. No 12 VAC power to control. 4. Replace control board. 5. Motor (inoperative). 5. Replace motor/impeller assembly. 6. Door switch (open contacts). 6. Replace latch assembly. 7. Door latch not making contact with 7. Replace latch assembly. door switch. 8. Touch pad circuit defective. 8. Replace console assembly. 9. No indicator lamps illuminate when 9. Replace console assembly. START or OPTIONS are pressed. Motor hums but will not start or run. 1. Motor (bad bearings). 1. Replace motor assembly. 2. Motor stuck due to prolonged 2. Rotate motor impeller. non-use. Motor trips out on internal thermal 1. Improper voltage. 1. Check voltage. overload protector. 2. Motor windings shorted. 2. Replace motor/impeller assembly. 3. Glass or foreign items in pump. 3. Clean and clear blockage. Dishwasher runs but will not heat. 1. Heater element (open). 1. Replace heater element. 2. Electronic control board defective. 2. Replace control board. 3. Wiring or terminal defective. 3. Repair or replace. 4. Hi-Limit thermostat defective. 4. Replace thermostat. Detergent cover will not latch or 1. Latch mechanism defective. 1. Replace dispenser. open. 2. Electronic control board defective. 2. Replace control board. 3. Wiring or terminal defective. 3. Repair or replace. 4. Broken spring(s). 4. Replace dispenser. 5. Defective actuator. 5. Replace dispenser. Dishwasher will not pump out. 1. Drain restricted. 1. Clear restrictions. 2. Electronic control board defective. 2. Replace control board. 3. Defective drain pump. 3. Replace pump. 4. Blocked impeller. 4. Check for blockage, clear. 5. Open windings. 5. Replace pump assembly. 6. Wiring or terminal defective. 6. Repair or replace. 7. Defective Drain Valve. 7. Repair or replace. Dishwasher will not fill with water. 1. Water supply turned off. 1. Turn water supply on. 2. Defective water inlet fill valve. 2. Replace water inlet fill valve. 3. Check fill valve screen for 3. Disassemble and clean screen. obstructions. 4. Defective float switch. 4. Repair or replace. 5. Electronic control board defective. 5. Replace control board. 6. Wiring or terminal defective. 6. Repair or replace. 7. Float stuck in “UP” position. 7. Clean or replace float. Dishwasher water siphons out. 1. Drain hose (high) loop too low. 1. Repair to proper 32-inch minimum height. 2. Drain line connected to a floor drain 2. Install air gap at counter top. not vented. 3. Drain valve or pump stuck open. 3. Repair or replace. Product Specifications Detergent left in dispenser. 1. Detergent allowed to stand too long in 1. Instruct customer/user. Electrical Water Supply dispenser. Suggested minimum incoming water 2. Dispenser wet when detergent was 2. Instruct customer/user. Rating ................................... 120 Volts, 60Hz added. Separate Circuit..15 amp min.- 20 amp max. temperature ............................. 120°F (49°C) 3. Detergent cover held closed or blocked 3. Instruct customer/user on proper Motor (Amps) ............................................ 0.8 Pressure (PSI) min./max. ..................... 20/90 by large dishes. loading of dishes. 4. Improper incoming water 4. Incoming water temperature of Heater Wattage ..................................... 850 Connection (GHT)........................3/4" 11.5NH temperature to properly dissolve 120°F is required to properly Total Amps (load rated) ......................... 13.0 Consumption (Normal Cycle) ....................... detergent. dissolve dishwashing detergents. Water Temps controlled ......................... ±5°F ............. 2.9 - 7.3 U.S. gal., 11.0 - 27.7 liters 5. Spray arm blocked. 5. Instruct customer/user. To assure success have outer door in place 6. Is water getting into unit. 6. Check fill valve repair or replace. Water valve flow rate (U.S. GPM) ........... 0.66 TempAssure (cycle dependent) Main Wash: 140°F Water recirculation rate (U.S. GPM) .............. Note: See "Detergent cover will not latch or open." Final Wash: 140°F ............................... approx. 17 (@2900rpm) Hi-TempAssure: 140°F Wash/149°F Final Water fill time ................................... 104 sec. Rinse SanitizeAssure: 140°F Wash/156°F Final Rinse Hi-Limit Thermostat ................. 200°F (93°C) 808936687 -A 26/2016