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Yesterday I posted a question about my dishwasher Asko D1776/ss: not filling even though the inlet valve gets 120V and solenoid pass continuity. I was advised that the inlet line might be clogged. Today I was able to remove the valve. I checked the water stream into the valve: it is strong. I was able to clean the mesh before the valve - there were a lot of particles in the mesh. I was not able to remove the hose after the valve. I think that this hose and the entrance into the washing chamber need to be cleaned. I was not able to undo the steel loop, which holds the end of the hose on the valve fitting. Questions: am I following a right pass? How to disconnect the hose? Thank you

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Can you use a small rod and go through the hose that comes to the washer? For that line to be clogged would be not be likely since there is the screen to catch the particles. if you put it back together and it does not work I would replace the inlet valve.

Posted on May 08, 2014

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I am assuming what you have done thus far has not helped. Most hose clamps can be removed by using a hose clamp plier, or perhaps a regular plier. Squeezing the ears together loosens the clamp (until they are released). Be careful as it is easy to pinch yourself with the pliers when they slip (can you believe it has happened numerous times to me?). With the hose off, retest to see if you have water flow. If so, remove the other end and check the hose and the nozzle beyond. I hope this is helpful.

Posted on May 08, 2014

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