Hi Dave, please look on the inside floor of your dishwasher, you may be able to see it and press it back down.
But on this one I think its in the sump, which is under the dishwasher and that would need to be removed to replace this one.
Did you receive the info on where to obtain a new one?
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Hi Dave, you may have gotten the wrong messages!!
Sorry for that, sometimes my computer or the system does this its rare Thankfully.
You have a washer, not a dishwasher correct?
Its not filling and there is no voltage to the water inlet solenoid(s) is that correct?
Hi you have it listed as a washer lol
I thought I was going crazy lol
But its good we are on the same page.
Please check out this site for further info on that float. If you cant see it on the floor of the dishwasher on the inside.
Then you may need a new sump as it may be built into that part ;-)
Dave, you need to call them: 0844(###) ###-####
When you give them the model # ***** your dishwasher, they will tell you exactly what you need;-)
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Hi Dave yes as i mentioned, it is part of the sump, On this one I checked that last night. You need to replace entire sump to fix this problem as the float or flood switch sensor is part of the sump and not a part that is sold separately. I think thats crazy but thats how they do it these days.
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