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My Viking just stopped providing water - it goes through all the

It goes through all the cycles - and will pump water out if you poor water in it manually. It heats and goes through all the cycles. I just does not wash because no water comes in.

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  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    i have the same problem. wash ths the solution and how much did it set you back?

  • sdvglenn Apr 22, 2009

    dishwasher continually running but appears no water is coming into the tub. also when the unit starts you hear a chattering sound like a solenoid also water is laying in the bottom of the unit under the motor and pump

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You probably have a leak, in the pump housing area below the unit, which is causing the drain pump to run continuously.

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

  • swhenry Sep 23, 2011

    This machine has a float at the bottom of the leak pan. When the water rises in the leak pan the float will turn on the pump to evacuate the tub regardless of where the machine is in the cycle. In my case the pump ran all the time even at the end of the cycle with no water in the tub. My problem turned out to be the plastic lower wash arm support which goes through the bottom of the tub. It was cracked about 3/4 of the way around. Found parts online at repairclinic. This model is made by Asko for Viking and matches up well to Asko model D1706. Hope this helps someone!
    Steve H. in Michigan

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