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    Hobart LXEH Under Counter Dishwasher No Power

    Hello,

    First post here since I could not find my answer by searching.

    A tree fell on my power lines and now the Dishwasher does not power on. Fuses are good on top board and the wall breaker did not blow. Testing power inside the unit it appears 00-941947 Transformer has going to it but not coming out of it and going to the top of the machine (ie power on button)

    Is this my bad part or an I missing something, I am not the expert and do not need to replace parts that work.

    Thank you for all help and suggestions!

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    need to get to 7 posts to show pictures

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    need to get to 7 posts to show pictures. 5 to go

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    need to get to 7 posts to show pictures, a few more.

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    Post 5, sorry for filling it up.

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    one post to go and the pics should upload.

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    should be last post and next one works

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    If your transformer has primary power going into it and no secondary power coming from it I would say your transformer is failed. Make sure it has no small breaker that could have tripped built in and if not I would think replacing it would be the best option.

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    Picture of the transformer. Power comes in to transformer from relay above hot but no power is coming out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThirstyCrawfish View Post
    Picture of the transformer. Power comes in to transformer from relay above hot but no power is coming out.
    You say power comes in HOT from a relay. How are you reading voltage:

    • One meter lead connected to ground and the other at a transformer primary input terminal? (always the WRONG WAY)
    • A meter lead connected to each of the two primary input terminals? (CORRECT WAY)


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    Quote Originally Posted by ECtofix View Post
    You say power comes in HOT from a relay. How are you reading voltage:

    • One meter lead connected to ground and the other at a transformer primary input terminal? (always the WRONG WAY)
    • A meter lead connected to each of the two primary input terminals? (CORRECT WAY)
    The correct way. Thank you for asking to be sure.

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