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Re: Water not getting in to dishwasher - Haier WQP12-AFM
Have you taken the supply line off of the appliance and the water line? Sometimes due to the hot water it deteriates the rubber seals that are on the valve stems and pieces and get stuck in the supply line and in turn restricks the water flow.
Take off the entire supply line and inspect both ends. If you do not see anything, then wrap a napkin around one end and blow into it and see if anything comes to the opposite end. If so, get a pair of needle nose pliers and remove the item. Good luck. Thanks.
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Most often when refilling the water supply system with water and bring it trash that usually clogged grid in the water supply and the appliance does not get water or it slowly filled appliance (time out water intake). I would in your place disconnected inlet hose and clean the grid located at the entrance of water (inlet valve) in the appliance and sometimes between the pipe and the inlet hose.
Note: Electricity can cause serious injury even Death. Isolate your power supply from the mains switchboard.
Switch off and Unplug your appliance from the wall socket before attempting any repairs.
After Isolating your appliance from the main switchboard,
Check that the tap is on feeding the line to the Dishwasher.
Check other taps in the house to see if your getting water to the house from the mains.
If its hard plumbed and the water is on, and still no water... check the inlet filter on the back of the dishwasher. make sure you have turned the power off first.
This could be blocked / obstructed with buildup grime from the water mains.
After cleaning the filters/ Checking the water supply and restarting the Dishwasher and you get the same error message you will need to call a serviceman to analyze the problem further. DO NOT attempt to dismantle the Dishwasher yourself unless you are a registered electrician or a qualified serviceman.
If its still under warranty call the manufacturer or the store it was purchased from, they can arrange a serviceman for you.
Good luck and Take Care
Your aquastop system is activated :deactivate by turning off the water supply, running the dishwasher so
that it is expecting to fill (if you hold the grey square box at this
point, you should feel it slightly vibrating, which is a good sign that
it is working ok). Clear the filter in the aquastop. Turn off
dishwasher via the reset as per model. Refit valve, turn on supply and
check for water tightness. Finally, restart the the d/w and if there
was a fauklt with the aquastop ( and not a different fill problem) this
process should have reset it.
Hope this helps.
SH: Open thermistor. Unplug appliance and let rest for 15-30 minutes, then plug back in. If code continues, unplug appliance and call for service.
bP: Pressure switch error sensed. Washer will not operate when this error is displayed. Check for pinches or kinks in the water inlet hoses and straighten if necessary. Check the water inlet hoses filter screens and clean if needed. Verify that the water supply is turned on. Unplug washer and let rest for 15-30 minutes, then plug back in. If code continues, call for service.
rP: Water supply problem in spin cycle. Check for pinches or kinks in the water inlet hoses and straighten if necessary. Check the water inlet hoses filter screens and clean if needed. Verify that the water supply is turned on. Unplug washer and let rest for 15-30 minutes, then plug back in. If code continues, call for service.
LO: Lock Out mode. To activate, press START and STOP/OFF pads at the same time. To deactivate, repeat the procedure.
AU: Flashes when a factory preset cycle is put on hold. A normal function.
Clean Filter: Flashes when a cycle is selected as a reminder to clean the filter before starting a cycle for optimum drying results. Code clears when the door is closed and the START pad is pressed.
I am assuming you did all basic checks and ensured you have enough water pressure at your wall outlet. Check filters on water supply pipe. They normally have one on both ends. They tend to get blocked due to their fine mesh. If this is OK, check solenoid valve for water supply opening and make sure this is opening itself completely.
Hi Kathy. Let's try to go through this step by step. Is there water pressure in the pipes leading to the machine? You might be able to check this if there is another appliance on the same pipework. If, say, a dishwasher next to the washing machine works OK then the problem lies in the washing machine.
No there is no water there either - then maybe a valve in the pipework has been clogged up with grit from the water supply. This can happen if the water supply company has being carrying out maintenance nearby. Closing and opening the valves in the line can often clear this kind of blockage.
Yes there is water pressure - then check for a kink in the hose leading to the machine.
OK there? Disconnect the machine from the power socket, turn off the water supply to the machine and disconnect the supply hose(s) at the machine. Check the little gauze filter where the pipe(s) go into the machine and clear them of any build-up of grit. If there is a blockage visible it would be a good idea to turn the water back on a little and run the hose into a bucket to get rid of grit in the flexible hoses.
OK there too? Maybe the electrically operated inlet valve itself is jammed shut. When you turn on the power to the machine and start a wash cycle you should hear a click as the valve opens. If you don't, the inlet valve could be clogged up or broken, or an electrical connection may have come off through vibration. If this is the case you may need to get an engineer to investigate the matter.
I hope this helps - if not please give further details if you can and I'll try to think of something else :-)