Question about Electrolux 18 in. ESL4114 Slim-Line Built-in Dishwasher
I have a problem with my dishwasher where it is is not working past the first stage where it pumps out any excess water. When I start it I hear it pump out the water and then just a humming sound and it never goes past this.
I replaced the inlet valve as a plumber had said this is probably the issue. this has not fixed it, first time I started it after putting the new Solenoid valve in, the dishwasher did fill with water but didn't continue onto the next step.
Now it doesn't do anything, starting a cycle starts the pump to get rid of any water from the last cycle then thats it, just a humming noise.
Any ideas on what could cause this?
Thanks for any help
My washing machine does fill up with water, sounds like the pump is trying to but no water is entering the machine, all pipes are correct any ideas any one.?????
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
See other problems listed ,other machines have similar problems one chap suggests that the FLOAT SWITCH is stuck or faulty causing the inlet valve to read as full so continues program...
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