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No water is coming to dishwasher

Installed brand new dishwasher today, hooked up all the hoses, water supply line is open, but when the dishwasher runs, no water goes in, what do i do?

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    I have a MDB4651AWB model and it was working fine. Now there is no water coming in when I turn it on to wash

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Check and see if you have 120 comming to the fill valve. if you do the start to loosen the hose you connected to make sure the valve actually opened when you turned the water back on

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How to lengthen the water supply hoses. There to short to reach sink.


Buy a flexible braided hose for mains pressure. They come in different lengths.

Fit one end to the water outlet tap and for the other end you will need a fitting you can attach the dishwasher hose to that any plumbing supply has. I don't think you can buy a flexible braided hose that will fit to your water supply tap on one end and then straight to the end of the dishwasher hose on the other. You will need the adapter between the 2 to hook the fittings up. Use plumbers tape on the fittings when installing them for a good water seal.

Or you can just get a plumber in who will fit everything up for you and will also probably use a flexible hose to plumb in the water supply.

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I just installed my Bosch dishwasher a few days ago and wondered about the same thing. The instructions for hooking up water supply and drain lines did not mention this third hose at all.
However, 'the third hose' (which appears open on the lower end, but loops up high) is attached at the other end at a point directly on the other side of the dryer wall from an opening inside the dishwasher, described elsewhere as a vent (somewhere in the manual we are advised not to place anything such that the vent could be blocked). I'm assuming that when water is pumped to the drain, since the chamber is otherwise sealed, there has to be an opening for it to breathe in air to replace the evacuated water, and conversely to allow air to leave when new water is taken in; thus both vacuum and pressure build-up are avoided.
So, although this third hose is not involved in installation, a little foresight by the manual writers would have had them mention it and put our minds at ease. Maybe we are not supposed to be curious....

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Connect water line and drain line


The supply line connects to the brass screw in fitting on the bottom left corner under the washer.

When you buy a dishwasher supply line kit, it will come with any adaptors needed. Unless you are using the steel braided line you will need to use teflon tape on the threads of the line. If you are using the SS line kit, you will only need tape on the adaptor.

Here is a pick of the line and the adaptor.
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The drain line is attached with a typical hose clamp like this.

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It is attached to the stub out on the garbage disposal if a GD is installed. If not then it is attached to the stub out on the drain pipe for the sink, like this.



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Here is a pic of a drain line installed on a Garbage Disposal.


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the first thought that comes to mind is the valve... are you sure the water valve to the dishwasher is open?

The next possible cause could be a bad relay switch which opens when the unit calls for water... if it's bad the switch will stay closed and it won't fill up

Sometimes when the unit is brand new it may take several tries before it starts pumping water thru because the line needs to purge.

could also be a severe kink in the water supply line from the valve...

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No you will have disconnect the copper line. I would suggest that while you have it out that you replace the copper line with a braided stainless steel hose (also known as a dishwasher connector hose) If possible get a 60" or 72" hose so you can hook up the dishwasher when it is out and then push it back in with the water supply already hooked up.

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there is always a little water in all dishwashers. Sounds like to me that you may have a kinked drain hose or maybe the way you have hooked the drain up. The drain hose should go to a vacuum break that is mounted on the sink flange and then another hose goes to the disposal. If you have the hose hooked directly to the disposal you may be getting water back from the sink to the dw. raise the hose up as high as possible and attach under the sink so there is a high loop in your hose so water cannot drain back from the sink

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First of all, the hot water line should be supplying the dishwasher, not the cold water line. That being said, if the machine is hooked up to cold water line, the only reason why no water is coming in would be that the valve is not open. Look under the sink to see if that is where the dishwasher line is attached to the cold supply. If not there, perhaps in the basement. Open that valve and you should have water.
Finally, if there is no water coming in and you have a lime deposit problem with your water it is possible that the line is full of lime and will have to be changed. good luck with this.

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1. Turn off the stopcock. 2. Unscrew the inlet hose. 3. Remove the black rubber seal gently with a screwdriver. 4. Use pliers to remove the inlet filter. 5. Clean the filter under running water. 6. Replace the filter and seal. 7. Reconnect the inlet hose to the water supply, making sure the screw does not thread. 8. Turn on the stopcock slowly to check for any leaks.

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You'll have to first ensure that the valve is open where the supply gets its water from the sink supply, and water is getting to the dishwasher. There is a garden hose type swivel adapter after the valve, right? Close the valve tightly- even if it scrapes the wood - and then unscrew that hose coupling and see if the hose is full of water. Look there for a strainer inside the hose that is clogged. Clean it. If that is good, reconnect and ensure it's tight.Open the valve. Now check the dishwasher to see if it's getting water. Then at the point where the hose enters the dishwasher is a spring loaded hose ring coupling, right? If not, and there's another garden hose adapter, remove that (after turning off the water again)and see if there's a strainer there. If water is supplied to the dishwasher okay, then it is probably the electric solenoid valve inside the base of the dishwasher.

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