12:42PM | 03/02/07
Member Since: 02/26/07
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All of a sudden after city flushed lines, dishwasher will not fill with water. There is power but no water. Checked water valve/copper line. water flows freely up to the water inlet valve so I changed inlet water valve to brand new one. Still no water flowing into dishwasher,. What else could be the problem?


01:53PM | 03/02/07
Member Since: 11/18/98
187 lifetime posts
to see if the float is stuck in the up position. Your dishwasher may "think" it has water.


02:36PM | 03/02/07
Member Since: 02/26/07
6 lifetime posts
The floater stick moves freely up and down. What should I check next?


12:31AM | 03/03/07
Member Since: 01/21/07
23 lifetime posts
Check to see if you have voltage to the solenoid; it will vibrate if it does. If you do you probably have sediment clogging the new valve


05:35PM | 03/03/07
Member Since: 02/26/07
6 lifetime posts
When I checked to see if the solenoid was vibrating (it did) but still no water. I unplugged and replugged the (2 prongs)connection to the valve, while the machine was running. I heard the valve open and pop the water is now flowing into the dishwasher. I guess maybe the connection was not tight enough?? Anyway. Thanks. I could proudly tell my husband I fixed it! (He actually changed the valve and took apart the dishwasher). thanks.


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