Question about Dishwashers
This is either the inlet valve (solenoid valve) or the timer. Water is not pumped in, it flows in under it's own pressure when this valve opens.
On the solenoid valve there are two electrical connections, you could remove these (often spade connections) and connect a mains supply - if it opens then the valve is fine so it is the timer.
A solenoid valve is a cheap and easy to swap component and any DIY'er can do it. It is located right by the inlet pipe (it is part of the inlet pipe assembly) the screw part which the cold water pipe is attached to is the solenoid inlet valve.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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