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No water in dishwasher

My dishwasher runs but no water is going through it, can someone please tell me where the water valve is or what might be the problem

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    new frigadare disherwasher runs but no water is going through

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Reach inside your d/w and jiggle the mushroom shaped float switch located on floor of d/w. should move freely up and down if its stuck up(or something lodged under it your unit wont fill with water

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