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No water coming into unit?

The buttons light up and the dial clicks, you hear a faint ticking, but no water...

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First of all,make sure mains water is on.if water into machine is on it could be a problem with a component called a solenoid.a solenoid lets water into the dishwasher,and if it's faulty must be replaced.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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Secondly, make sure the machine is empty of water and clothes and then turn the machine to off with the Program Selector Dial. Then turn off the power at the socket and remove the power plug and leave for five minutes.

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If you do still have gas supply, evident by that low hiss when you hold the pilot feeder button in (you might have to lean in close to hear it), then you need to check that the piezo is working. This is the bit which produces the spark to ignite your pilot. You will be able to see it sparking at the pilot outlet when you push the button (if you're looking in the right spot).

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You mentioned the manual no longer being in a helpful condition...do you know which of the 4 buttons, 2 taps, 1 slide control & 1 dial do what?
Well just in case, here we go in simple form... first button on the left is the pilot feeder (lets gas through the pilot), second button from the left is the 'ON' button, third from left is the 'OFF' button & the fourth from the left is the piezo ignite button (gives you that much needed spark!). The slide controls your flame (how much gas gets fed to it). The dial, below the pushbuttons & slide, controls how much water flows through the system which then helps regulate the heat. Make sure the taps on your gas & water lines to the unit are on. There you go...2 taps = gas & water supply, 4 buttons = pilot gas, on, off, piezo (spark), 1 slider = gas/flame control, 1 dial = water flow control.

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