Question about Dishwashers
Guessing the water system is turned on and all velve open. There is an electic water inlet valve on the dishwasher, thet maybe clogged from sand in your water supply. The valve is located where the water enters the dishwasher on the buttom, the valve has a strainer filter that gets clogged sometimes. (if your not on a city water system this is a common problem) You will need to turn the power off to the dishwasher, and remove the inlet valve assembly(blue in color some machines) when you get the valve assembly out remove the inlet, and outlet hoses form it, check the inlet orafose for sand etc, and clean this in warm soapy water, even let it soak in a pan for a while. re assemble in reverse order, see if you get water into the dishwasher when you get it re-assembled and powered up.
Posted on Dec 19, 2012
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