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Dishwasher won't fill

Thanks for previous advice....I have replaced the fill valve since the solenoid was shot. The float switch tests fine with the multimeter and the float is clean. The washer still runs through a cycle(if I fill it with a bucket), but only the tiniest trickle of water enters the machine when I turn it on. I've also checked that the tubes aren't obstructed or anything.

I don't think it is a problem with the drain tube, as it is still connected up high on the pipe where it always was. We don't have a considerable problem with scale and have used the machine only a couple of dozen times at most. ( It was only one month old when we bought the house).

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2008

    The water was cut off to our house for a day, and since then the Kenmore Elite dishwasher won't fill with water. I think it is the timer, but I don't know how to remedy this.

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2008

    Will not fill with water.

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I would check your incomingwater supply after replacing faulty water inlet valve for faulty solenoid(chances are debris fouled that one. dissconnect at valve ck your pressure, possible after turnig of your water supply your shut-off valevwent bad and not fully opening

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