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Slow fill with dishwasher

The machine works, just takes forever. Water coming out of the tap. Access to the inlet solenoid shows volts hitting the solenoid and it sounds like its working but only a small amount of water is visible coming out the other side through the clear plastic pipe, which is why its taking so long. All the filters are clear.

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Then it has to be a sticking water inlet valve solenoid if your sure filter input is clear of debris. sticking and opening barely . sure seen allot them go bad . good news: they are easy to get and change.
take the hose loose first(cold side) and see if nice water pressure. hook back up and then try a cycle on cold only.

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