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Dishwasher fills partially, stops, and then heating element comes on.

I started my dishwasher last night and when I checked it this morning all the dishes on the lower level were coated with dish detergent. So I started the dishwasher again but it only filled with water for approx. 1 min. It stopped and did nothing. I hit the reset button and it drained normally. I tried to run just the rinse cycle, but the same thing happened. We noticed a funny smell, so I opened the washer and discovered that the heating element had kicked on. It drains well, but will not fill completely and progress through the cleaning cycle???

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The problem would be on the pressure switch or inlet valve

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