Question about Dishwashers
That is a faulty or clogged inlet valve, or a water level floater stuck down inside the machine.
First ensure that water is flowing regularly through the inlet hose. If you find nothing in there, then the thing to do is accessing to the inlet valve and testing it. Also check the water level floater is not stuck.
The inlet valve is tested by reading voltages, reading continuity, and physically checking if it is closed.
If it turns out that inlet valve is fine, water level is fine, there is no blockage and water supply is fine. Then only in that case test and eventually replace timer board.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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