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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
possibly the inlet water valve stuck open tho this is rare.
disconnect the valve electrically and see if the fault is still present. if so, the valve is stuck open and needs replacing
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
Agree 100 pct. After close inspection of the float assembly I passed on its removal and opted for the very high tech solution of using the top of a spray paint can as the overflow drippage receptor. It does evaporate within 24 hours.
We may try another soap when we run out of the Electrosol tabs we have.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: electrolux Dishwasher 24 " not
if i was at your home as a repairman this is what i would do.if your water pressure was good at the kitchen sink,i would turn water off to dishwasher undo water connection at the fill valve,and place water line in a bucket and turn on water.if ok and still not getting water then prob with fill valve.soooo you have a new valve,did you check the water pressure to the valve? if yes good because then you also flushed out that in coming water line.because[and i have done this a few times]if not flushed their could have been minerals setting in that supply line so when you turn the water back on it pushes that stuff into the new water valve screen and blocks it up also.if your getting water then its trying to do its job,it just cant get enough water and the timer times out so no more voltage to the water valve.thats a lot said but there no mystery to it.the timer allows for lets say a 70 sec fill at 40 lbs water presure ,seventy seconds up that's it .the float only stops it from flooding,too much water.it dose not tell the machine that there is not enough! so because its letting in some water that tells me the float switch is closed[and it should be]leting the voltage to the water valve.the water valve has to let in enough water then.i know i mixed up words a bit but i hope this helps you understand whats happening.God bless ,if you need more advice you can email thru FixYa tom
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Ensure the water is connected
and turned on.
Check household water pressure.
Check hose and straighten if
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connected in accordance with the
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