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LG Dishwasher LD12AW2

Our dishwasher will not allow water to enter. The system seems to start normally with no error showing. The time clock and all program buttons seem to be operating normal. I replaced the water solenoid valve and checked the door switch.
Can anyone please provide a solution

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  • desydog Feb 29, 2008

    turn machine on and it powers up when start is pressed. the pump doesnt seem to kick in. no fault code displayed. It seems as though it is paused. Im not game to delve too far as I dont have an instruction manual.

  • mistermenor Apr 27, 2008

    My dishwasher LD12 aw2 also will not pump water in ,starts then shows IE message.Tap is on and hoses are not blocked.Is the pump gone or something else ????

  • desydog Jun 16, 2008

    I had my machine checked and it needed a new computer. Approximately $330 repair bill but if machine not too old, I think its worth it.

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My LG model LDF7811ST dishwasher fills with water at the bottom of the dishwasher but water does not come out of the spray arms to clean the dishes. The spray arms are not clogged. I don't get any error codes.

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You've done every thing the way I would of done it but check the float switch it is located in the front of the tub near the door if this is open it wont allow power to go to the solenoid see if your getting power across this switch and let me know what you find out god luck

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