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table cellpadding=”0″ cellspacing=”0″ class=”tr-caption-container” style=”float: right; text-align: center;”tbodytrtd style=”text-align: center;”a href=”” imageanchor=”1″ style=”margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;”img border=”0″ height=”200″ src=”” width=”200″ //a/td/trtrtd class=”tr-caption” style=”text-align: center;”a href=”″Repeal Murphy’s Law!/a/td/tr/tbody/tableOur enemy Murphynbsp;i{of Murphy’s Law}/inbsp;decided to hover around our house this weekend in the most unwelcoming way.nbsp;During our regularly scheduled cleaning of the kitchen, the dishwasher started to act up. nbsp;It started on Friday when I loaded it up and let it run like normal. nbsp;All was quiet once it was finished. nbsp;Suddenly, it started AGAIN…on its own! I originally thought it was my button-loving toddler who restarted it, but I realized he had been no where near the appliancenbsp;i{insert ghostly music}nbsp;/i. nbsp;I let it run through the cycle and all seemed fine. nbsp;Until it started itself..AGAIN…br /br /Now I was ticked. nbsp;I like clean dishes, but I also like a cheap water bill too. nbsp;I pushed the button to stop it, but it didn’t stop. nbsp;Then all the buttons lit up and off and…well, you get the idea. nbsp;Something was not right. Suddenly we had a blinking light, nothing was working and I had a load full of wet dishes. Grrrr….br /br /ibSide note:/b/i Apparently our house is cursed with malfunctioning appliances:nbsp;washing machine, air conditioner i{all three units}/i, dishwasher, ice maker,nbsp;refrigerator all withing 5 years of moving into this brand new house. I’m not kidding. nbsp;i{Don’t even get me started on the leaking toilets and ruined hardwood floors.}/ibr /br /Back to the current malfunctioning appliance… We were able to get a load or two done throughout our hectic weekend, but finally one of the buttons would not stop blinking and we were not able to get anything to work. We tried to find the manual i{found all the other manuals but the one we needed}/i looked it up online i{nothing}/i and finally typed into Google “Kenmore dishwasher quick wash light blinking.” nbsp;Yup, that is what I wrote. nbsp;I found some sites that were useless and then stumbled on a href=”” where someone had the exact same problem just a different /br /Want to know what the solution was for this problem? nbsp;ibFind the two manufacturer holes that lead to the front panel and blow on them./b/i nbsp;What?!? nbsp;Okay, it didn’t say “blow on them” it mentioned something about compressed air, but we don’t have that. nbsp;So we blew in each /br /You won’t believe it, but it worked! nbsp;Isn’t that crazy?!? nbsp;My husband reassembled the inside panel, closed the door and there was not a light to be seen. nbsp;He filled up the dishwasher, pressed start, and it worked!! What a simple solution for what could have been an expensive /br /Murphy is such a jerk!! nbsp;Henbsp;almost had us this weekend, almost got us to shell out some money but he didn’t win! nbsp;Bwahahahaha!!br /br /iDo you have a Murphy story where you kicked him to the curb?/ibr /br /a href=”” target=”_blank”img alt=”Anna” border=”0″ src=”” //a