Additional information for my first question regarding this part. The water inlet valve is working because water coming to the dishwasher according to cycle programs. But it stops on certain level and circulation pump sucks the water and the air which cause dropping of water pressure in wash arms. When I manually add about one quarter of gallon of water to the system everything start to work perfectly fine. I guess the pressure in chamber affected the micro switch earlier than intended that caused water inlet valve to shut off earlier. Am I right or wrong? Can new replaced Control Module cause the problem? Can I adjust micro switch position or other moving parts in pressure chamber to avoid the situation or I need definetely buy new part? Can it caused by pressure chamber misplacing during my repair? Thanks in advance for your time. Regards, Yefim
ANSWER Hello Yefim,
These units have a flood switch made under the unit in the base assembly. If water down there raises the float even by a hair, the unit will drain the water out and will not complete the washing cycle. The most common cause or the issue is the water inlet valve not fully opening, which causes a dribble of water from the fill assembly on the side of the unit. This small dribble accumulates in the main base and generates the issue.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, April 01, 2013