Question about Candy 24 in. CD623 Free-standing Dishwasher
It all started with a small leak that stopped the dishwasher from working, We changed the large rubber ring in the outlet and also changed the rubbers in the door
Now when the water comes into to dishwasher it doesn't stop and then it starts to overflow, maybe we have not put it together properly
Your help would be much appreciated
Kind regards Christine
The only part that physically allows water to enter a dishwasher (upon receiving power from the control) is the inlet water-valve. I would test the inlet water-valve located directly where you in-coming water line is connected to.
Shut-off power to the dishwasher and remove the 2 prong connection to the water-valve solenoid (small, black, batter size). Test the solenoid for continuity; if bad, replace the entire inlet water-valve (cost about $20)
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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