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really don't know have you got the manual. Normally you have to test the water ph level and then adjust the dish washer to that ph level and then fill the salt reservoir. Not sure on your model of dish washer . However you could add a water softener to the water inlet to the dish washer . Just search for
Water softener device
uasally it isnt the spinning of the spary arm that does the fill it is controlled or a timed fill then the motor comes on if there isnt enough water in the unit it will not have enough pressure really need more info though
Sounds like the float switch is out of adjustment,(or the retaining plate is loose) The float & switch are located toward the front of the tub.You can access the switch buy removing the lower panel on the front of the washer.
if you have water in the machine but it isn't pushing it or agitating the water you have a bad motor,if you think the valve is bad open the door and add water into the machine by hand with a bowl or glass,if it starts to agitate better then the valve isn't letting enough water in,the best way to check if it's spraying is pull out the top rack put a glass right side up in each corner of upper rack,if the glasses have a good amount of water in them after running for like 30 seconds then it sounds like it's working correctly,i don't know what you mean by water pressure,when it stops filling after like 2 minutes open the door,if the water level looks low or lower than normal then i would say you have a bad water valve,if water looks normal but not spraying or agitating the water you could have a bad motor or something is clogged stopping the water from spraying,but like i said when it starts to run and it sounds like the water isn't agitating as hard as normal add a few glasses of water and start it,if it sounds stronger then i would say the valve is bad not letting enough water in.
There are a few things to check.
1. Do you have enough water pressure in your lines? It may not be filling enough.
2.Is the washer balanced? Try making sure that its on a level surface.
3. Make sure that your hose isnt kinked, and check the back in the screen to make sure it isnt clogged.
4. Is it above the height of its supply? If so, try finding a lower space to put it on.
5. Take a cup or two of vinegar and run it through a cycle.
6. make sure that, in the arm, there is no clogs or food.
I'm not 100% sure what the problem is, other then its not pumping water into it at first and sounds like its blocked some where down the line.
If you've never cleaned it with vinegar before, I'd imagine that would be the problem. Hope this helps
DONT KNOW THIS UNIT BUT TRACE BACK YOUR STEPS. CHECK THE PRESSURE SWITCH FOR AN AIR BUBBLE AS THERE SHOULD BE NO ACTION WITH THE ROTORS UNTILL YOUR WATER LEVEL IS CORRECT.CHECK IF THE SUMP LIMIT ISNT STICKING.
Be aware that you should remove dishwasher's power cable before touching wires or making resistance measuring !!!
Check that the inlet valve get power. In case it does and no water
entering the tub, check with multi-meter for solenoid's resistance (disconnect first the wires to it),if no measurement result, you should replace the valve.
In case you have a measurement result, remove the solenoid from the valve and check that it's clean from any dirt.
In case there is no power to the inlet valve - check that the float switch works. This is usually a small switch attached to a float. The float (usually a cylindrical) located inside the dishwasher at the bottom. As the water level rises, the float rises too. When it reaches the certain height, the float activates its switch, which cuts the electricity to the water inlet valve. If the switch is defective (stuck in the disconnected position)it will prevent power from the inlet valve.
The switch is an On/Off switch and you can check it easily by a multi-metr.
Good luck !!