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Re: Machine refills with water after cycle
Check first that water supply pipe isn't bend. Water supply to the dishwasher is done through an electromagnet valve,loocated at the pipe's enterance to the machine. Test that it get power (with a multi- meter). In case it get power and dosen't work - You can easyly open the valve and clean it (from scale or other dirt). Be aware you should disconnect the power cable from the machine before doing it !!!!!
Check as well for valve's coil resistance. In case you have no resistance measurement - you should replace the valve.
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Not sure but it could be a bad motherboard or the pipe that comes off the bottom of the drum and then goes up to the circuit board to turn the water off when it fills to the right level. Does the water turn on as the washer is washing like halfway through it cycle if cycle if it does water is leaking out of the washer maybe and it refills until it gets up that pipe and makes that sensor on the circuit board and it keeps refilling and refilling and that's what takes so long for the washer to finish his cycle.
the problem could be that the water sensor is not giving the controller the right signal, you need to unplug the machine take the back off and look for a small 5mm pipe leading upwards, take it off and blow gently into it you should hear a click and one when you let the air out that means that the place you took it from is blocked with soap goo, unblock it with a pipe cleaner of meatal rod and replace the rubber pipe and try to run the machine again eric
You have to take apart the system for changing the gaskets.If you are not a technical savvy don't try for it.Here is the parts diagram for your machine.Many of my fixya customers took apart the system to change the valve and they suffered a lot to fix it again back.All the best.
Boiler end gasket
Gasket for above
Group touch pad
Steam + water valve
Drip tray grill
Pop off valve
Water flow meter
Water level Probe
Auto refill relay effect
Filter basket single
Steam-water valve knob
Heater exchanger injector
Manual refill valve
the gasket look like this.I will cost around 12$.
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Can you hear the pump running if not the machine may be syphoning out, if the outlet is into the down pipe too far this can cause it to syphon. The outlet should only be into it by about 6". The machine will fill with more water on the rince than the wash cycle that will cause the problem. If you can hear the pump running the machine mite be over filling there may a blockage in the presure system if you take the lid off (making sure the powers turned off) you will find a round switch with a thin hose comming off it tace the hose and you should find a small bottle this may be blocked. Hope this helps you.