Question about Dishwashers
Disconnect hose from supply valve and check for water there first. if there's water there after cracking the valve open. reconnect the hose and disconnect the supply hose from the machine and perform the same test- crack the valve open and check for water at that end of the hose. if not the
jacket inside the hose has collapsed. replace it. if that doesn't work, chances are either the selonoid valve is not working properly. or the controller itself is not working. good luck.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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