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GE Dishwasher gsd2200g00ww water supply valve

No water getting into the unit. Supply is good. Checked solenoid and the coil is good. Tried to read supply voltage to coil using AC setting, no voltage, now I am wondering if it is a DC solenoid.

Is the water supply valve an AC or DC actuated solenoid ?

I checked a float switch in between the supply valve and control timer and it checks good. Only thing left seems to be the timer switch.
Any other thoughts?

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Dishwasher g e model GSD2200Z00AD WON'T DRAIN WATER

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You can probably get a service manual if you use this page for a temp login request:

I would email U-line first at this email:

Explain to them your geographic situation. They are pretty good about helping people out.


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