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Dishwasher not running

The dishwasher fills with water and then the cycle stops. when i open the door the water level seems fine. the intake/drain indicator light keeps flashing.

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  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    drain intake light is flashing.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    after water intake cycle stops

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Just got this, and have same prob, i have run through all checks

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