Question about Dishwashers
First i had no water, then I replaced the fill solenoid.... but just the guts, Now I have constant water flow even with power off. I put old guts back, and the system keeps filling and draining the same. Can this be a circuit board problem.... if you know or have any other ideas, please let me know. Thanks for your time, Thanks Chuck
What Randy said.
Posted on Nov 07, 2017
You have a defective inlet water fill solenoid, DO NOT TRY TO REBUILD THE OLD ONE, REPLACE THE SOLENOID. Unless you are a VERY EXPERIENCED service tech. These solenoids are always going out and are not that hard to change, but they are really complicated to rebuild. Don't be cheap, get a new solenoid.LOL...I am a service tech. and change these valves all the time...Hope this helps....GOD BLESS....Randy...
Posted on Nov 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dish washer over filling?
The first thing you should do is clean the level probes in the unit. There are two probes sticking through the back of the unit and the water completes a circuit between these two telling the machine when it is full. If they are clean, you may have a faulty sensor or wiring.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
Check the water hose going from the sink to the dishwasher to make sure it is'nt clogged, if there's a water shut off valve under the sink make sure it's fully open, also check to make sure the spray arms at the bottom of the dishwasher that supply water to the top rack is clean with no debris or obstructions in the spray hole's, the water entering the dishwasher should be at a warm temp, if it's cold the dishes will not get clean, you should have good water pressure from the house supply for it to fill properly, the float is also called a flood switch, it should not be activated during the water fill cycle, if it's activated it will shut off the water inlet valve and the wash cycle will stop or the dishwasher will drain, if your still having wash problems it could be a defective water inlet valve or a bad timer, if that's the case you might have to call an appliance repair man, hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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