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Hello there, the dishwasher does not seem to be filling with water, i have water to the dishwasher but it does not seem to be letting it in?.

Tried the dishwasher on different progams but still nothing happens.

Just to let you know as this may be to some help in fault finding, the ouside drain blocked on the same day as the dishwasher stopped working, so i was thinking that the pump could not get rid of the water of which was the cause of the problem

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