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We currently replaced our water heater, after we replaced it all our water is running fine hot and cold, and i went to turn on my dishwater and no water is running, we checked the valves and everything is opened but when i opened it up it was heated up and no water was going through can you help!

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Hi,

Reach inside your d/w and jiggle the mushroom shaped float switch located on floor of d/w. should move freely up and down if its stuck up(or something lodged under it your unit wont fill with water)....

Check and let me know if that would fix the issue.

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