Hi, I'm sorry to hear that.
Is there any voltage going to the inlet valve when you activate the cycle?
Thanks for that, unfortunately this means the main control board is failing.
It needs to be replaced, it makes sense since it so new as well.
It happens a lot , I have been repairing DW's for over 30 years hands on lol.
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Hi you need to remove the door screws that afix the two panels together to get to that board.
I will be here all day tomorrow if you need me further.
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Hi, the connection between the inlet valve and the controller is almost never the problem. Its either the inlet valve or the control board in most cases, like 99%.
In the 30 yeas I have been servicing dishwashers hands on I have never sen that to be the case.
Im sorry it was like this on your machine, Really I am, but its so rare and I cant be there to test everything so all I can do is advise to the best possible solution. I rely on the customer to check these other things when they get into the machines;-)
In a addition, I am here for you to ask me anything during the repair as well.
So I would have mentioned that at some point during the troubleshooting phase if you asked.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.