Is this a photo of something we should know about?
It is a photo of the letter she wrote.Is this a photo of something we should know about?
It sounds to me like this is a warranty issue. What does your warranty say? Did you post a photo of your warranty? It surely doesn't sound like you should have to pay for a repair on a machine this new. What action have you taken since July?
I believe GE dishwashers have a one year warranty so it failed one month after expiration.It happens - they are computerized and it is a part. As a former IT technician, I've seen mother boards go on two week old laptops.
It is still under warranty?
I had no idea! Next time something implodes at my house, I'll find a replacement that's strictly mechanical. This whole computer thing in an appliance is pointless, kinda like all the electronics on a Lincoln Navigator ... mostly useless and expensive to replace. American consumers have been taken for a ride for years, it's time to stand up for the appliances that we need and want.Riroon, I have a base-level Hotpoint washing machine that is strictly mechanical. Hot/warm/cold, Small/Large/Super. It doesn't even have an indicator light to show it's on. It's about 4 years old and works fine. My Whirlpool fridge and stove are also non-computerized. You won't see these models in showrooms, but they exisit online through Home Depot and Lowes, and you can order them.
The motherboard went out on my refrigerator. The service technician could order one and get delivered after the weekend. I surfed the Internet a bit and found one from WalMart that would we delivered over night. At less cost. The tech was perfectly happy to install that one.It's getting very difficult, if not impossible, to find the non-electronic versions of appliances. I just searched lowes.com, homedepot.com and the Hot Point website and there is no strictly mechanical washing machine available. That being said, replacing the logic board (or controller board) in a dishwasher is very easy and the parts are readily available ... at a discount! Try appliancepartspros.com or repairclinic.com. Not only will they help you find the right part at a discount, but they also often have videos demonstrating installation. Additionally, there are user to user forums where appliance repair technicians assist in diagnosing issues with your appliances.
Using these resources, I've replaced the control board in my dryer, the oven igniter and gas "spuds" in my stove and the door switch in my front load washing machine.