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Dishwasher seems to slowly fill up with water when the unit is off. Seems as if the water valve doesnt shut off poperly.....what might be the problem?

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Most likely the water valve is contaminated with calcium deposits, preventing the valve from seating properly.

Possibly you could remove the water valve, remove the electrical coils and soak it in a household Calcium/Lime/Rust remover solution. But you've gotta be careful... Most water valves have rubber components inside which could be softened by harsh solutions.

Use a watered-down solution of CLR and see if that helps. If not, you'll have to replace the water valve.

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