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I have this timer. It's about 3 yrs old. Batteries are new and the programming works fine. The Timer itself worked fine the first time i used it this season, but now the water will not pass through the timer. I tried to flush it out, but it wouldn't. I don't see a way to take it apart for cleaning. What do I do now?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Not enough water
Be aware that you should remove dishwasher's power cable before touching wires or making resistance measuring !!! Check that the inlet valve get power. In case it does and no water entering the tub, check with multi-meter for solenoid's resistance (disconnect first the wires to it),if no measurement result, you should replace the valve. In case you have a measurement result, remove the solenoid from the valve and check that it's clean from any dirt. In case there is no power to the inlet valve - check that the float switch works. This is usually a small switch attached to a float. The float (usually a cylindrical) located inside the dishwasher at the bottom. As the water level rises, the float rises too. When it reaches the certain height, the float activates its switch, which cuts the electricity to the water inlet valve. If the switch is defective (stuck in the disconnected position)it will prevent power from the inlet valve. The switch is an On/Off switch and you can check it easily by a multi-metr. Good luck !!
Posted on Jun 08, 2006
SOURCE: kenmore stack washer and dryer
gabehart....sounds like belt is slipping. Replace it. The water pump is on a separate smaller motor so is not affected by the agitator/spin motor.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
Program Cycle Duration (minutes)
man On Once 30
1 4 times a day 3
2 Twice a day 3
4 Once a day 3
8 Every 2 days 5
11 Every 3 days 30
13 Every 7 days 60
Can't believe I saw this...don't usually go on the hunt on the net, but wanted to see if I could source some more of these. I, too, have had my timers for 12 years and swear by them...Excellent product...just happened to go out to the shed today and found the last surviving box, with instructions !!! Good luck, Fiona
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
Well, I have the same problem. In fact, I just took mine apart (look for 4 screws on the back gray plastic) and found that the gears are stripped. About 3 of the teeth are broke off. I've been looking for parts on the Internet, but no luck yet. I'm afraid the only solution is to purchase a new timer.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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