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Our Miele dishwasher keeps shutting off because no water is flowing in. No valves have been shut or any other changes have been made. This just suddently occured today. Does this reaquire a repair visit?

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To start cut power to the appliance tripping circuit breaker or unplugging power cord.
If possible check the water inlet at the back , ensure that water is coming with pressure, and that the hose is not kinked.
Check the drain well at the bottom , if there is debris or water , remove it.

Connect power back and test the machine again.

Ensure that the door is well closed when testing.

If the problem is still there, then you may have a faulty inlet valve, a faulty door switch, or a problem with timer control or wiring.

In that case better contacting a technician.

Regards.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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