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KENMORE DISHWASHER Hi, My husband just received a reset "code" for our dishwasher and the light went off and we thought it was going to work. But now no water is going in, we can hear it making like a humming sound and its warm inside when we open the door. Can you guide us?

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You probably have a build up of food under the bottom heating element. The excess food falls to the bottom and then clogs up the space where water collects to be heated. The heater works but there is no water to heat, so washer will go on to next phase of the wash.

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First, turn the unit off at the breaker. Wait 5 minutes. Turn back on. That may reset everything. If not, we need to find out more about the code and what else is going on.

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