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Getting no water

I turn on dishwasher sounds like the pump is working but i am getting no water,and the water supply is on? could the pump be clogged and how do i fix it.

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The electric valve turns the water on and off. the float switch in the d/w tells the valve when to stop. If the float is stuck on the up position, the valve will not open and no water will come in. The other option is that the control panel is not telling the valve to open. Hope this helps.

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