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Dish washer problem

I have a crosley cdu 600 v under counter dishwasher.When the rotary dial timer/cycle switch is activated , the switch stays in place,the dishwasher sounds normal and the inside of dishwasher stays dry.The dial does not revolve on its own power and water will no longer enter dishwasher.
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Please check the water supply is turned on before proceeding.

If it is, the supply to the internal water valve needs to be checked, and the valve for correct operation.
The machine will pause untill it has enough water in it - no water , and it won't advance.

Check out the water supply side of things to get it going again.

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