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I have no water flowing through the motor or into the dishwasher. Any suggestions?

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It sounds like a bad solenoid valve. Shut off the water to the dishwasher and disconnect the water supply line at the dishwasher. Caution, there will be water there...
Open the water supply valve and try to pass water through the line into a container. If you get water there, the solenoid valve is needing attention. make sure that there isnt bebris in the solenoid valve. Make sure that the wires are fully connected. If they are, and the valve was clear, I'd test or replace the valve. This is the most likely fault. If this didn't fix the problem, look into the float switch, making sure that it operated correctly.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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