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Machine turns on but no water come into diswahser

I have an Asko D1716. It powers on, and seem to work through the cycles but there is no water coming into the machine. The soap is still dry? Any suggestion.

Here's the kicker... I am planning a kitchen remodel with a new dishwasher so really was hoping to find a DIY fix.

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Ensure there are no kinks in the water feed when you push it back into position and also ensure water is turned on.

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