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After two to three days the water starts to appear

After two to three days water starts to appear in the dishwasher and after four to five days water will overflow out of the machine when attempting to close the door. We clean dishes and drain them before placing them into the dishwasher and have done so for the past seven years. This problem started about a month ago and is a bit of a mystery to me. I've run the disposal to see if water is backing up into the dishwasher and to no avail. The water appears overnight. I'll run the rinse and hold cycle just to drain the water out of the machine to avoid any overflowing onto my floors. Help

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Hello mam
please check the solenoid walve which controls the water to check this please open the top cover of the washer and see the water line where the water hose pipe is connected there you can find the solenoid walve and observe this as you give the supply and timer switch is ON you hear the sound of the walve operation while it opens the line to take the water and as switch of the mains it should shut the water line to stop the intake of water and if this operation is not happen then please change the solenoid walve.

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