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I have a Whirlpool Quiet Partner I dishwasher that won't fill with water anymore.  Worked fine on the last wash, nothing out of the ordinary, but today the wife tries to wash a load, and it hums instead of fills with water.  I dumped some hot water in it, and it goes through the motions.  I have tested to make sure the water line isn't frozen or something (Water comes out, and I'm in MN, but not that cold in the house yet)  The float goes up and down (And rests in the down position) and I can hear it click when it comes up and down.  I haven't pulled what I think the valve is yet, because I'm trying to not pull the whole unit before Thanksgiving.  Anything someone can help me with?  I can't figure out what the diagnostic mode is suppose to do (Seems to go through some stuff, but don't understand what the bars are telling me what is happening.

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Model Number ?

Water Inlet Valve is behind front Toe-Kick panel

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Sorry, Figured Quiet Partner I would have been good enough

DU1055XTSQ2



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could have been a DU920PWK, mechanical Timer ...

 

During Fill, there should be 120v AC across Controller Board P11-1 to P11-3

OR during Fill, check voltage from each side of Fill Valve to chassis (ground)

If there's 120v AC on each side to chassis, then the TR3 Triac on the Coltroller is bad.

If there's 0v AC on each side of the Fill Valve to chassis, then either the Float Switch is bad (check each side of that to chassis), or the K2 Pilot Relay on the Controller is bad.

 

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I pulled the 2 prong green connector off of the water inlet valve. when I hit start, I get 120 ac on one side, and 10 on the other. What's next?



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always check voltages of the item while connected...

with the Dishwasher Power disconnected... you could check the resistance (OHMS) of the Water Valve.

 

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OK, 1K between the Fill Valve unplugged, 120 on both sides when plugged in. Where is this TR3 Triac at?



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On the Controller Board...

DU1055XTSQ2 Tech Sheets

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