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Water keeps running into dishwasher

Walked into my kitchen this morning to find a lake. The dishwasher was leaking water from the door. I turned off the valve under the sink and cleaned the message. The washer was able to drain the water that remained in the bottom and we turned it on and all seemed fine. The water started again and I turned the knob to off and opened the door. The water continued to enter the machine even in the off position. The only way to stop the water was turning off the valve. If I turn the valve back on with the washer off, the water does not enter, but as soon as we turn on the washer on we can't make the water stop coming in until shutting off the valve

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  • kelle6120 Sep 14, 2008

    Thanks techgirl. It's a Fridigaire Ultra Quiet Plus. The model number is FDB65RAC0; serial number TH13957079.

  • tll237756 Jan 03, 2009

    mine is doing the exact same thing. Frigidaire FDB510LCB0 Serial # TH32816857. Where is the part located in the dishwasher.

    The water will run in we'll do a load of dishes and we'll have to turn valve off as soon as the washing cycle is done because the water keeps running in even if we unplug the dishwasher.

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It looks like your inlet water valve is stuck after it powers on which means you have to replace it. If you can provide me a model and serial number of the dishwasher, I can provide you with the correct part number and a breakdown diagram. You can find the model number on the door frame of the dishwasher.


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