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Cda dishwasher ive got a cda cw492 dishwasher and there is no water coming out and there is a green flashing light

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  • Stuart147 Jun 14, 2008

    We have the same problem.



    Dishwasher worked fine, now nothing and a green flashing light, which flashes twice in quick succession.

  • needfullthin Sep 24, 2008

    my cda cw492 flashes 6 times can you help

  • len2nic Feb 02, 2009

    the light flashes and no water comes out

  • changefor200 Feb 19, 2009

    no water coming in dishwasher

  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    machine going on and then you can hear it filling but there is no water in the machine and then the green light starts flashing.

  • needfullthin May 11, 2010

    cda cw 492 still no joy still flashing 6 times ,and dont know how to reset

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Green light on right flashing and beeping noise..Problem solved by thowing a few pints of water in the bottom of the dishwasher...must have 'primed' the pump..which must have been the problem; working fine now. David- Crosby

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I have just developed the same problem on my CDA CW492 - did you find a fix for this problem?

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I have had the same problem the solenoid valve is stuck on the water inlet.I stripped the panels off and tapped it with a screwdriver press the start button and it will reset.
I have done it twice now but will eventually replace it.
You could try and hit it where the water hose is connected to save dismantalling the whole thing it might work.
Always press start button and till pump stops and then turn dial to the off position and then turn through programmes, green lights should appear for each programme as you pass through, this indicates the valve is free.

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Can anyone help please

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