Question about Dishwashers
Could be a few things.. first and most obvious has anyone shut water off under sink make sure that is still on... i am sure you have already done that so the next step would be remove the bottom kick plate and you will find on this model i believe the weater valve is on the left front side... remove the plastic plug from the water valve and put a meter lead in each of the two sockets then turn your unit on normal wash and see if you are getting 120 volts ac current if you are and when you plug back up then you have a bad water valve solenoid and are going to need a new one.. if you are not then most likely the problem is coming from the tier device or the control on the unit... hopw this helps repost with aymore problems.... please vote......
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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