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Assuming the water tap is open and the water pressure is correct, it is likely the inlet water valve in the dishwasher is faulty. If you hear a click at the time the cycle starts but still there is no water then the inlet valve needs to be replaced. Also check the inlet hose for any kinks or blockage of the filter attached to the tap inlet.
The inlet valve looks like this item
Sounds like water leak.
For example, broken pipe... or water running out of TP valve.
That would explain variable hot-and-cold water at tap.
Turn off all taps, and observe if water meter is registering water usage.
It would be helpful if you are able to record the lights that are blinking.
Most likely the flood switch at the base of the diswasher under the bottom drawer has tripped. There is water leakage caused either by a broken hose or broken drawer lid seal.
The easiest way to confirm is to turn the power off at the power socket and shut off the water inlet tap. Pull open the bottom drawer and use towels to dry off the base. Use a hair dryer to fully dry the base. The flood switch is located on a small circuit board in the middle of the base. Wait for a couple of hours and then turn the power and water inlet back on. See if the beeps stop.
Good luck on this one. I own 2 jobmate compressors, one I bought and used very little before it blew apart and another a freind gave me to use for parts. Guess what the same part failed on both and I know of at ;east three more that also failed the same way.
I gave up trying to deal with Canadian Tire and Jobemate and junked them, as though they weren't junk to begin witn. You get what you pay for. I have a new Hausefield compressor and it is fantastic.