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KitchenAid dishwasher overflowing; water will not stop coming in

My dishwasher overflows because the water coming into the dishwasher will not turn off (even with dishwasher turned off). I have checked the float switch and it isn't stuck.

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  • fenn1978 Jan 14, 2009

    Where is the valve and is it easy to replace?

  • fenn1978 Jan 14, 2009

    Thanks...found it!

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If it is filling when the dishwasher is off then you need a new water valve.

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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    Dean Rhymer Jan 14, 2009

    when you open the bottom panel it should be right in the front on the left side. I can be a pain because of the little amount of space the is usually 2 screws thats about it . good luck. oh yeah turn the water off lol.

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