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cuzzin sam

samsung dishwasher m#DMT800RHS

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cuzzin sam   
cuzzin sam

Hi folks, I looked at this dishwasher today. It's not taking on water - maybe a little but very little. When I pulled the cover off the look at the water valve, well, I've never seen the underside of the space shuttle but I imagine it looks just like this dishwasher.

I could see the inlet for the water valve and verified that it does have good water pressure there but after taking 2 screws loose the valve didn't seem to want to come out easily.

Any thoughts on how to troubleshoot this one, or at least how to get access to the water valve to check voltage? Thanks.

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Chat_in_FL

after taking 2 screws loose the valve didn't seem to want to come out easily.

Any thoughts on how to troubleshoot this one, or at least how to get access to the water valve to check voltage?

Pull dishwasher out and attack water fill vlave from the side. Disconnect fill tubing and wires.

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