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Dishwasher problems theres no water coming into the dishwasher is the hose plugged? whats wrong

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The first thought that comes to mind is the valve... are you sure the water valve to the dishwasher is open?

The next possible cause could be a bad relay switch which opens when the unit calls for water... if it's bad the switch will stay closed and it won't fill up

Sometimes when the unit is brand new it may take several tries before it starts pumping water thru because the line needs to purge.

could also be a severe kink in the water supply line from the valve...

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