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I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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  • sirenpete Jan 30, 2017

    Water Hammer is caused by the flow of water being suddenly shut off, as by the solenoid valve in the dishwasher. The kinetic energy of the flowing water cannot suddenly disappear, and it causes an instantaneous increase in the pressure inside the pipe, leading to expansion of the pipe and/or movement along its length. The kinetic energy of the water is converted to heat (via the more or less elastic expansion of the copper pipe. The usual amelioration of water hammer is by a plumbing fitting called a water hammer arrestor, which functions very like the shock absorber in a car. As at Janurary 2017, this url has a fair explanation and a picture.
    http://plumbing.about.com/od/basics/a/Wa...

    The devices are cheap, easily (but illegally) fitted by you, or easily, (but legally and expensively) fitted by a plumber and are fairly successful. They are less than a complete fix if the pressure is too high to begin with, so the final solution may be an arrestor plus a pressure reducing valve (PRV). Usually the arrestor is enough.

    Because many dishwashers have a hot and cold inlet, you may need to fit one on each. Fit as close to the source of the hammer as you can.

  • Cecil Deyzel Feb 11, 2017

    Replace your tap that supplies the water to your machine ... a loose valve in the tap can cause the 'hammer' effect

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    Robert Stacey Apr 09, 2017

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  • steve forbes Apr 30, 2017

    R.S.,In certain areas some plumbing jobs require a permit which only a licensed plumber can obtain. It's a by-law offense. (nobody really cares unless you flood the place and try to make an insurance claim)

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  • Manny Cruz Jun 02, 2017

    Go to the front of your house and open the closest hose bin valve and then turn off your main line. Let it run on off until most of the waterm in the system drains out. Don't close the hose bibb yet. What it's happening is the air in the system is purging out. You can sometimes hear the air comin out. What I do most of the times is open closest valve to the problem area, in your case, I would open the hot side of the kitchen faucet and then slowly turn on your main shutoff valve, not to slow but not to fast either, that's one reason you get water hammering. Once you see a good glow of water turn off hose bibb and how inside and wait till you get a full blast of water coming out from the jot side. You're differently will hear air coming out and water after. After that turn off faucet. If that doesnt solve it, you might have someone go under your house and see if the pipe is fastened securely.

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  • Rj Ti
    Rj Ti Jun 13, 2017

    The other option would be a filter for the dishwasher is clogged. Some have a small filter for the water inlet that gets clogged with bits debris.

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Go to the front of your house and open the closest hose bin valve and then turn off your main line. Let it run on off until most of the waterm in the system drains out. Don't close the hose bibb yet. What it's happening is the air in the system is purging out. You can sometimes hear the air comin out. What I do most of the times is open closest valve to the problem area, in your case, I would open the hot side of the kitchen faucet and then slowly turn on your main shutoff valve, not to slow but not to fast either, that's one reason you get water hammering. Once you see a good glow of water turn off hose bibb and how inside and wait till you get a full blast of water coming out from the jot side. You're differently will hear air coming out and water after. After that turn off faucet. If that doesnt solve it, you might have someone go under your house and see if the pipe is fastened securely.


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    paul Jun 02, 2017

    It sounds like u have a partially closed valve in ur system. A likely scenario also could be ur toilet float acting up. Open the toilet tank cover and watch it during dishwasher fill up. And check outside Fawcett's and any valves in the house to make sure none are partially open. A loose valve washer will cause this also

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