Question about Whirlpool 24 in. DP840D Free-standing Dishwasher
Sounds like you may have a food particle or something along those lines caught in your pump. Alot of dishwashers run the pump in one direction to wash and the opposite to drain. Try advancing the timer to a drain part and see if it dislodges whats in your pump. if this doesn't work, you may need a repair person.
Indesit list that as an inlet valve failure.
You'll need a multimeter to check the valve, test it to see if the coil is open circuit, if it is, replace the valve.
Is the water turned on? Check the supply to the valve.
Check the wiring in the door hasn't snapped.
Finally check the pcb in the door to see if it's burnt or damaged.
what you are hearing is probably the drain pump solenoid. At start the drain pump will get in to get rid of any water and purge the system. It's hard to tell without being there. I would call for service, it won't cost anything. Have the tech check the wash and drain pump assy
Posted on May 23, 2009
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