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My dishwasher's power comes on , but the unit does not allow water to be let in before the washing program can start

When switch on my dishwasher, the lights are ther, and it actually "kicks in" when the pause/start button is pushed after the correct program was selected. But then , all you here is a "kirr"-like sound, and no water is let into the unit . If left switched on, this sound just keeps on going. I think the inlet valve is not functioning/stuck ...

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I had a similar problem with my dishwasher so what I did (depending on your model) was reset it the by pressing the reset buttons on the front panel. Once I did this, it defaulted back to the start of the wash cycle and worked fine.

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