Water Inlet Valve
The dishwasher has an electrical water valve
called a water inlet valve. If the dishwasher won't fill with water, the
water inlet valve might be defective. These valves are not repairable
and will have to be replaced.
The float assembly is normally inside the
dishwasher near the door on the floor of the dishwasher. If something
gets stuck underneath it and holds the float assembly up, the dishwasher
won't fill with water. If the float assembly moves freely up and down,
the float switch might be defective.
The float switch is actuated by the float
assembly. It is a protection device designed to prevent the dishwasher
from overfilling. If the dishwasher won't fill with water, it may be
because this float switch is defective or stuck.
Water Supply Problem
The dishwasher is connected to the hot water
supply from the house. Check to be sure the household water supply valve
is turned on. Over time, calcium deposits can build up in the water
supply valve or in the small filter screen inside the water inlet valve.
The water supply line may need to be removed from the water inlet valve
of the dishwasher, then run some water into a bucket to see if there is
enough pressure. Be certain to turn off the water before working on the
please see the diagram attached, and test with VOM the part that is suspected. God bless you