Question about Dishwashers
Based on your problem description, you either have no water pressure at the inlet valve or the inlet valve isn't operating and allowing water in. Prior to installation, did you make sure you removed ALL the packing material from everything? Is there any way tha you can check your supply lines for water? Also, some of the new flex water supply lines have built in anti leak 'shuttle valvles' inside them to prevent flooding if the line bursts.. Unfortunately, I don't know how you tied in the supply lines to the dishwasher itself.. If you used the anti-flood type supply lines.. that is another consideration to investogate.. If nothing I suggested resolves your problem.. please elaborate on the method you used to supply water to the system.. Good luck .. and hope I helped you...
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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