I had a repair guy come out for similar problem. Because food/water/spills can go inside dishwasher, it can short out. It may just need cleaning/drying out. The repairman opened the front and wiped where it looked like spill happened. He also unplugged the green plastic wire thing from black box in upper right corner and took alcohol and cleaned the computer like prongs of both the insert and where it inserts into. It worked. I have since repeated this step numerous times.
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When the program is switched on if there is no water flow despite the fact that the inlet flow is good, then the inlet valve is defective. it can be a failed valve if there is no action and if the flow is low then it can be a clogged valve. Remove, back flush and reset, if not replace, provided there is power to the valve.
I'm the one who posted on May 23. I tried turning off the breakers and it was still beeped when powered back on. I ordered a new touchpad and control module. When I replaced the touchpad, the beeping was gone, but not all the buttons worked, so I changed out the control module, too, and it works:) I'm going to put clear caulk along the top to prevent spills from leaking through the front panel.