Question about Dishwashers
Check first the door if you have a switch or a sensor, check if the switch is stuck or there is no voltage running on the sensor which will indicate the possible source of the problem. Have it tested. You can also test the float assembly which is below the bottom panel.
Check as well the source of the water which could run towards the sink. See if there is anything blocking the hose or a faulty valve.
It may look similar to this:
Open it up and see if the float moves freely.
Have the valves tested. There is one for the intake and one for the drain. If you follow the hose for the water you will end up in an assembly which is the intake valve. Have it tested and see if water is going in once you close the door. Check the pump if it is forcing water in. Check the pump wiring and if voltage is present in the pump. The pump could be faulty. The drain valve could also be the reason why you are not having the washer filled. The drain pump could also be open all the time. It has a solenoid that controls it. Have it tested, check if there is voltage running through it.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dishwasher fan fills with water
Well, I just took my hose out (pulled both ends off the connectors) and it was indeed full of junky cruddy muck, so blew it out over a waste bin until it ran clear through. Now I've put the hose back on and will see what happens next wash!
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
After reading a few of the other Haier models troubles, I pulled the unit out and tip it at 45 degrees backwards for around minute. Water pored from the back of the unit, once cleaned water up reinstalled unit and all seems to be back in working order.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Asuming you have an AM15, Check you have power to the fill valve during fill cycle. Make sure your drain is closed to retain the fill water. You should have 20 psi flow rate.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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