Question about Dishwashers
The issue is most likely in the fill valve itself(around 90% of the time). This is located behind the toe kick on the right hand side of the machine. the valve can be checked manually by using a jumper cord connected to 110V power and directly attaching it to the valve electrical terminals. First shut off the dishwasher power at the house breaker panel. Remove the electrical connections at the fill valve. attach the jumper cord and power the valve directly. if there is no water entering the machine then the valve needs replacement. If there is water then proceed below.
There have been some issues with wiring to the fill valve. You will have to carefully inspect the wires beneath the toekick for breakage.You will need to have a torx 15 or 20 handy to remove the screws( if installed properly) ther will be several brown or grey wires in a bundle on the lower right hand side beneath the door.
Use extreme caution when working with electrics.
Ideally have a technician verify the problem for you.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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