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    • Part Number: AP4369607
    • MFG Part Number: W10158389
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Water runs in pipe when turned off.

Chicago Mike for Model Number kuds03ftss0

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I have a Maytag Whisper Quite 200 dishwasher and after the last big freeze we had, the washer started flooding our floor. It wasn't turned on or running so we opened it and on the side where the inlet is the water was pouring out very fast. We had to cut the water off to the dishwasher completely to make it stop... Could this mean the inlet valve needs to be replaced?? Any suggestions would be great!

Nolen

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Dishwasher works very well on bottom. Will not clean top rack dishes.

Billy for Model Number kenmore 665.13892k800

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My dishwasher is slowly filling up between cycles. Right after a run it will be dry, but after it sits overnight there will be an inch or two of water in the bottom. Does that mean that this valve is slowly leaking? I tried shutting off the water from the supply line under the sink and this prevents it from filling up overnight. Any other ideas? Thanks!

David for Model Number KUDK02CRBS1

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The dishwasher is making an odd noise and isn't getting any water into it, I have checked to see if there is water available from the supply line and it is o.k., could the problem be anything other than the water inlet valve? thanks for your help

Bill for Model Number GU2300XTVT0

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Are there any instructions for replacing the inlet water valve W10158389?

Jerry for Model Number KUDK03ITWH3

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My dishwasher is leaking from the fill pipe receptacle located at the right front portion of the unit. It does not leak on every cycle. It does appear to fully evacuate the water at the end of the rinse cycle (or when the Cancel button is pushed) and does not collect water while the unit is not in use. Please advise.

Ckc for Model Number KUDK03CTBL2

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My dishwasher won't start. A green light blinks. I got a new board. All the switches work. When I turn it on, I can hear a click. The light still blinks a couple of times and it shuts off. Could you tell me what could be wrong? Thank you!

Donald C. for Model Number 66513123k701

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I just recently replaced my water inlet valve with a new one. The dishwasher does not filll up the way that it used to. Does it fill up by time or is done by the float? I checked the float and the micro switch underneath with my meter and it checked out okay. The supply pressure is 80 psi,and the water inlet is clear of any debris.

David for Model Number 665.13582K700

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When I start the cycle, water enters the inlet valve very slowly, then it pauses, and continues filling slowly. After a few seconds, the main pump starts, but the tub is almost empty so there is not enough water to circulate. The pressure going into the inlet valve is fine. The valve itself seems clean (q-tips from both sides). The tube coming out from the inlet valve also seems clear. The resistance across the inlet valve terminals is about 850 Ohms. The float is not stuck. So the question is: do I have a bad inlet valve or a bad controller? (Or is the problem something else?) The reason I'm confused is that the valve lets some water in but does not seem to open all the way - suggesting a bad valve. On the other hand, the controller is allowing the pump to turn on even when the float is down, suggesting a bad controller. So I must be missing something? Any ideas? Thanks!

Peter for Model Number DU1055XTSS2

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