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Hi @smitty8699 ,
 
If there is no power at the mainboard, use an Ohmmeter to check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).
 
It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] section for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.
It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] section for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Hi @smitty8699 ,
 
When you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what short circuits (s/c) usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher?
 
If it is no power that would indicate an open circuit somewhere in the line.
 
If there is no power at the mainboard, use an Ohmmeter to check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).
 
It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Hi @smitty8699 ,
 
When you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what short circuits (s/c) usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher and the house supply fuse for the dishwasher is OKdishwasher?
When you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what short circuits (s/c) usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher and the house supply fuse for the dishwasher is OKdishwasher?
 
If it is no power that would indicate an open circuit somewhere in the line.
 
If there is no power at the mainboard, use an Ohmmeter to check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).
 
It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Hi @smitty8699 ,
 
When you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what shortsshort circuits (s/c) usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher and the house supply fuse for the dishwasher is OK?
When you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what shortsshort circuits (s/c) usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher and the house supply fuse for the dishwasher is OK?
 
If it is no power that would indicate an open circuit somewhere in the line.
 
If there is no power at the mainboard, use an Ohmmeter to check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).
 
It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Hi @smitty8699 ,
 
IfWhen you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what shorts usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher and the house supply fuse for the dishwasher is OK?

If it is no power that would indicate an open circuit somewhere in the line.

If
there is no power at the mainboard, use an Ohmmeter to check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).
IfWhen you say a “short”, are you blowing fuses when you connect the power as that’s what shorts usually do or you mean that there is just no power at the mainboard when the power supply is connected to the dishwasher and the house supply fuse for the dishwasher is OK?

If it is no power that would indicate an open circuit somewhere in the line.

If
there is no power at the mainboard, use an Ohmmeter to check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).
 
It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.
 
Hopefully this is of some help.

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Hi @smitty8699 ,

If there is no power at the mainboard, check that the thermistor is OK and not open circuit (o/c).

It is listed in the [http://www.appliancepartspros.com/control-panel-parts-for-frigidaire-fdb1050rem0.html|Control panel parts] for your dishwasher but unfortunately its location is not shown.

Hopefully this is of some help.

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