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Dishwasher sounds like it is running, but no water is circulating

My dishwasher sounds like it is in the wash or rinse cycle. Even though it sounds like it is working, there is no water cycling. I also let it run and it doesnt switch to another cycle. Normally when I start it, the sound is slight, now it sounds like it goes directly into the wash cycle. I am not sure what is going on. It sounds the same on all of the options. What do you think?

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Janine

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  • amycoyne Feb 03, 2009

    I have the same problem-- we installed a new sink--turned water off to dishwasher--then accidentally ran it not realizing we were running it dry---


    After turning h2o back on & running it--no water was circulating--just the running of dishwasher--but no water --even after 10 - 15 min.  Help!?


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I would think you float switch at fault, if the water is not shut.

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Also, if water has leaked into the tray below the dishwasher, it won't run.......you'll have ti take off the bottome panel to see

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