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Sounds like your control panel has failed, and as to why, well things work and then they don't, simple and as plain as that.

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Stuck water inlet electrovalve or defective control panel.

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My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to! This may still be the problem after you replaced the control board.

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You should find a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel of your machine. Follow the steps.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

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Sounds like the anti flood alarm has activated - may be a small leak from the door or the sump into the base tray. You need to drain the tray, fix the leak and test. Try cleaning the door gasket and part of the door it seals against.

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f6 is no water coming in dishwasher check inlet valve an flow valve to cancel open door press start button untill the led go out an close the door the washer should reset an go back working

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There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

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There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

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There is a trouble shooting document behind the kick panel at the bottom of the machine. Follow the steps to determine which component is at fault, but it may be corrosion in the low voltage connector.
My whirlpool dishwasher gold GU2475XTVQ0 had rapid blinking lights that started with the "4 Hour Delay" LED and changed to others when other buttons were pressed. The machine would not run. I followed the instructions located behind the kick panel and verified the keypad was the issue and not the control circuit by elimination.
The big surprise for me was that when I used a straight pin to resistance check all of the buttons, they checked out OK. I reconnected the 14 pin connector (P1) to the control and found that the buttons/LEDs were behaving correctly! I believe that pushing the straight pin into the 14 pin connector removed any corrosion in the 10 year old device and permitted the keypad to communicate with the control again.
I reassembled the dishwasher door and it ran with no problems. I was ready to replace the keypad for $150, but didn't have to!

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Assuming the machine fills and drains water ok, and is heating the water too, and you can hear the circulation pump running during the wash, the most likely problem is blocked jets in the spray arms. You have to remember that a dishwasher is NOT a garbage disposal unit, and plates must be scraped clean before they are put into the machine for a wash. Bits of uneaten food in the machine will clog the filters, coat the walls of the machine and work their way into the spray arm jets especially at the very ends. These end jets are the only reason the jets rotate, and if blocked the arm just sits still and poor washing results. Remove and / or examine the ends of the spray arms carefully - often fruit pips or pasta can be seen blocking the jets. Remove this with a pin and running water. Also then run a dishwasher cleaner through the machine, with No load in - do this regularly to reduce blockages and smells.
spray arms can be taken to pieces in most cases to clear blockages. Always use a top quality detergent in the wash for best results.

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replace the water control diaphragm or unit
it is leaking and not shutting of the water supply

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Brynn_parson:
Thank you for your review.
We would like to inquire further about your review with you. Please respond back to this email address, [email protected], with your name, phone number, street address, zip code, model & serial number, and date of purchase on the appliance.
We look forward to your reply.
Thank you,
Whirlpool® Social Media Relations

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the first thing to do is unplug it for 3 minutes then check to see if it reset by running

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If you are speaking about the filter behind the spray arm in the tub:
grasp the tower (the top post above the spray arm)
and unscrew it. CCW under and in the center of the tower hole thus revealed is a philips screw and fiber washer holding the spray arm on remove these then remove the arm. next, using a flat screwdriver un-snap the filter cover

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