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there is a float, usually at front left side inside dishwasher, that may be stuck..possibly an utility holding it up, or the fill valve is stuck. When dishwasher calls for water, it fills until this float rises to proper level and shuts the valve off at proper level. If it sticks, water will shut off at improper level.
What type of dishwasher do you have? Has your kitchen floor flooded? If it
has. The tray under dish washer isn't water tight. Moisture creates some unusual
problems. Some of newer dish washer the there control panel under the top of
door this also create problem especially if the switches are on the top of the
door. Another moisture problem. I have repaired a new Electrolux dish was
three times in less than 6 months. The floor would flood from the Maytag side
load washing machine. The Madam of the house didn't tell me that the washing
machine flooded the kitchen floor. No window in the door and sometime fill
water solenoid would stick and fill the tube. When they open washing machine
door, 12 gallons of water would spill. So I fix both of them. GB...stewbison
all rinse cycles are filled with cold water to keep the clothes from wrinkling.set up the washer to run with just cold water.start it,if no water comes into washer,shut down your house water valve that fills the washer,take off the cold water hose,stick it in the washer or if there's a sink or where ever and turn on the water,if water comes out of the hose then you need a new water valve on the washer
you either have a problem with the house water supply going to the washer and you can remove the hot water hose from the washer,first shut down the water,stick the end of the hose inside the washer and turn the water supply back on,if the water comes out normal then you have a bad water valve on the back of the washer.call your parts store and give them the full model number off of the washer,open the lid,follow it down to the bottom and right under the bottom of the lid you'll see the model number
you may have a stuck solenoid, when the cycle calls for water you should hear a click, as the solenoid opens, and water should begin to flow... otherwise check to make sure water is turned on at the shutoff where your hoses hook up to the house.
I get this question a lot. Washer is flooding the house, water everywhere, won't stop. The first thing I say is unplug the washer. If the water is still coming in,(which it will on a stuck valve) shut off the water faucets. If that is not possible shut the water meter off. If you can stop the washer with the timer then I would say instead of a bad valve you have a plugged water level pressure hose. Look at this diagram:
As you can see the rubber tube from the bottom of the tub allows air pressure to push against the switch till it shuts down the valve and starts the wash cycle. Remedy this problem: Simply remove the tube from the switch and blow it out. Use them lungs!. Get that sand and trash out of the sump. Reconnect the hose tightly and pump out any standing water. Then restart the machine. If you have a good tight connection the machine should start working like normal. No parts needed! LOL!
Experienced a similar matter w/ ours that resulted in $3000 worth of floor damage in our house. The solution was an $85 service call for a tech to come out and reconnect a tube that detects when the machine has filled to the proper hight. Without this mechanism in place the washer thought it needed to continue filling (in our case it fille for 2 hours while we were gone). Sorry, never learned the proper name of this water pressure sensor.
remove front panel ..2 clips 1 on each side press down with putty knife.. on left side ck the small hose to side of take pull hose off and be sure end is not pugged with lint clean as good as possible q tip may help..ck to see if water runs in with washer shut off at timer or unplugged from wall if so probably fill valve not shutting off..if all these ck ok suspect water level control may be at fault..if problem is there water will shut off when washer is shut down