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Siemens dishwasher stored for 6 months.Not working.

Siemens dishwasher been in storage for 6 months.Turned it on 4 a wash and it makes noises,but the detergent is not taken up and no wash cycle.There is a little bit of water getting in,not much.
We have had our plumbing checked,no problems there.
Please suggest a solution.
Thx

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  • easkay May 11, 2010

    start your dishwasher on a cycle and place your hand on the plastic block at the plumbing (not dishwasher) end of the filling pipe. you should feel a slight vibration and hear a slight humm coming from the plastic block. if not, then there's your problem. the block in question is an electromagnetic valve that opens on the dishwashers command as a flood and leak protection method.
    my next suggestion would be to remove the dishwasher and then remove the left panel (looking at the front). you will need a set of torx screwdrivers and there are 2 screws underneath the white seal. you should then be able to see what is called the fill matrix. in normal operation the fill water comes through a blue hose at the bottom up a thin pipe, which bends back on itself at the top in a kind of question mark shape. this fills the matrix and when full, a diaphragmatic valve tells the dishwasher the matrix is full, and the water drains into the wash chamber, where circulation begins.

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This may be caused by storage spray vaseline on bearins should do the trick

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    this may be caused by storage spray vaseline on bearins should do the trick

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    this may be caused by storage spray vaseline on bearins should do the trick

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Might be water valves stuck try giving entry pipes a tap. no too hard though

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Hi Steve

E24 error normally indicates failure to drain, the first thing to check is that the water is actually being supplied to the appliance and is turned on. If it is then check the water inlet valve, if the valve tests fines then clean the drain pump assembly completely as that might be clogged causing this issue. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

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