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I turn my dishwasher on, the heat comes on but no water comes through, can you please advise???

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Hi greggyboy70,

I'm Harvey the master Plumber.

Your question is: you turn your dishwasher on, the heat comes on but no water comes through, can i please advise???

This may sound stupid but first make sure no one turned the water off to the d/w. If OK then you likely have a clogged or failed solanoid valve. The d/w must be removed for replacement. I don't recomend this for the average homeowner. You might consider utilizing our Repair Directory to find a repairman.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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