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Water does not go in

The dishwasher is going through the whole cycle but water does not go in.

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First make sure that there is nothing on the bottom of the dishwasher tub where the float switch is located. Different machines locate them in different places on the bottom of the dishwasher tub below the bottom rack. If you pull the bottom rack out and find a plastic float and move it gently up and down you will probably hear a clicking sound. That is the switch inside the float. if that works and nothing is hindering it then go under the sink or where ever your water to the dishwasher is getting its supply and make sure the the valve is turned on and there are not leaking problems there. It these things do not work then I would start thinking on the pump being bad or the control panel for the cycles not working properly. Would need make and model number to help with that one... Hope this helps ya.

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