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Valve, Water

Part Number: AP4113388
MFG Part Number: 99002628
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Dishwasher Valve.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 99002628 (AP4113388) replaces 1011950, AH2099976, EA2099976, PS2099976.

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My dishwasher starts correctly and makes noises like it is washing dishes, but during and after the cycle the dishes are not wet and there is no water in the bottom of the tub. I don't see the arms spinning if I open it in the middle of a cycle and they are dry. The element in the bottom is also hot. The detergent comes out but does not get wet, it just rolls down the door. If I fill it with water from the sink and then run a cycle, it will wash and drain properly. The float goes up and down, and I hear the switch click. I started a cycle and held the rubber tube coming from the water valve and into the washer and I did not feel any pressure or water passing through it. It did not even heat up due to hot water passing through it. I tested the float switch for continuity and it passed. I also tested the solenoid on the water valve for continuity and it passed. I took apart the water valve and did not find a blockage. I tested the leads coming into the solenoid and when the cycle starts it reads 120V. I read that even though there is no blockage and the solenoid tests correctly, there may still be a problem with the water valve. I am not sure if the problem is with the water valve or the control valve as the washer continues to function even if there is no water in the tub and float switch is never tripped.

Chris for Model Number MDB6600AWQ

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My dishwasher starts correctly and makes noises like it is washing dishes, but during and after the cycle the dishes are not wet and there is no water in the bottom of the tub. I don't see the arms spinning if I open it in the middle of a cycle and they are dry. The detergent comes out but does not get wet, it just rolls down the door. If I fill it with water from the sink and then run a drain ccle, it will drain properly. The float goes up and down, I don't hear a click when I lift it. I started a cycle and held the rubber tube coming from the water valve and into the washer and I did not feel any pressure or water passing through it. It did not even heat up due to hot water passing through it. Could the problem be with the water valve or the float switch? I need to test for continuity, but I want to narrow down the possibilities first.

Chris for Model Number MDB6600AWQ

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Dishwasher fills with water, but does not go into arms to spray dishes. What would be the problem?

Patten for Model Number MDBH970AWW

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