Question about Dishwashers
One of two things could be your problen. 1 Check where the water enters into the dishwater, It is more than likely a blue plastic water valve. This valve has a small screen in it right after the end of the water line connection to prevent pieces of debris entering this valve. If you remove the water line look inside the valve, If there is debris in the valve remove it and your good to go if not then the valve itself has given up the ghost and needs to be replaced. Simple to replace this valve just make sure both the water and electric has been disconnected before any work is to be done. Water valves can be purchased at any appliance parts house just remember to take the model and serial numbers with you. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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