Question about Dishwashers
Water error i10, replaced inlet valve still same problem machine runs a little while then faults water is coming in .. ? press reset fills and runs till more water needed etc Im looking at checking the water level switch if I can find it
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dishwasher won't fill
could be. there is a float in the base of the machine. take the bottom front cover off and have a look. alternatively, tilt machine over and see if water runs out. water in the base of the machine means you have a leak
Posted on Apr 01, 2007
SOURCE: machine doesnt fill
inlet valve is underneath ..behind the "kick plate" ,,,you need to remove the kick plate to access it ...just look for the water line it conects to the valve ....it would be rare that this is cloged ...it may need replace ment ....make sure the actual water is turned on from your main hot supply ....some times people turn them off and forget to turn them back on ,,,,it's located under your sink
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
All im going to say is i think you have a faulty inlet valve.the water is probably only trickling into the machine & taking forever to fill,the computer board has probably picked up that the washer is taking to long to fill & has thrown up a fault code relating to the fill or inlet valve.Also sometimes if the filters in the bottom are clogged the water cant get to the wash motor & the motor cant load up with water.The motor runs without load on it & the computer board interprets this as slow fill or inlet valve problem.
Posted on May 28, 2010
SOURCE: problem with dishlex dx302
I know what the problem is.
The 10 error relates to a water inlet problem. In my case the water was going in, but after about a minute it would display the error code and beep.
I knew the computer would sense for the incoming water and if it doesn't sense the water entering I assumed it goes into the error. There are two water pressure switches near the wash cavity base on the right side (looking from the front) which do the sensing. Each has a hose going from the switch to the sump at the bottom of the wash cavity.
At first I checked each pressure switch with a multimeter. I removed each hose from the sump andI gently blew into each hose while watching the multimeter. An audible click can be heard and the meter showed the switch closed indicating both pressure switches were OK.
Next I reconnected each hose to the sump and removed the other end from each pressure switch. A gentle blow into each revealed one hose connection to the sump was blocked. The blockage prevents the water level from activating the pressure switch at the appropiate time. The other sump hose connection was OK.
With an air compressor I blew compressed air back up the hose and into the sump on the blocked side. I lay the dish washer onto the left side to make it easier and to ensure the blockage would not remain in the sump when blown out. A clump of food scum was cleared from the sump with the compressed air.
Put it all back together and I don't need to wash by hand again and I have one happy wife.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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