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First check and see if there is plenty of water coming into the machine by examining the fill hose inself. You likely will have to disconnect that hose, not at the machine end, the sink end. Then, find a way to test the wires to the fill valve, should likely be 110 volts when the machine starts, allowing the fill valve to open. A volt-ohm meter will tell you, set it to over 110 volts on the A.C. setting. If no power to the fill valve, you may be facing a new timer. Be blessed.
I am sorry to hear that you have problems with a candy dishwasher. I have had two or three pieces they just died of old age. But seriously on line there is this manualsonline.com You will most certainly find your candy manual there for downloading free. Goodluck kolbrun
Hi Derek if its only been used about as you say ten times it will stil be under gaurantee,just call the supplier and have them solve the problem for you mate it sounds as if the program selector is faulty as it is all eletronic programming and could even be a faulty circuit board. hope this helps
its either the motor or element gone, remove the back of the machine and remove the wires from each component mentioned. try the element first , MAKE SURE U TAPE UP THE REMOVED WIRES BEFORE TURNING THE MACHINE BACK ON , U WILL GET A SHOCK IF U DONT!!!. if it does not trip , then the element is gone. like wise do the same to the motor. just one more item to check is where the mains cable enters the inside of the machine. good luck