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Problem with Kenmore dishwasher model# 15762000

The dishwasher goes through the cycle and seems to be washing, heating, and draining. However as soon as the water to the dishwasher is turned on (from under the sink), water starts flowing into the dishwasher from an inflow "hole" (can't see a valve, just an opening in the side of the dishwasher) in the lower left corner of the left side of the inside of the dishwasher. The water keeps flowing in even if the dishwasher isn't running, resulting in eventual flooding until the water supply is turned off.

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    I tested water valve and it tested bad--I replaced it--had to modify new one a bit--thought it was just a swap out but I had to turn it a bit and move one screw hole in mounting bracket--all done--started up--died after one minute--

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Replace the water inlet valve, something is inside the valve holding it open, dirt small grain of sand, ect.

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