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Old 12-14-2012, 08:57 PM
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Hi Steve,

Open the door and make sure the float is in the most possible lower position and it moves freely up and down.

Remove the toe panel and check the float switch (right under the float) for continuity. It should be closed when the float is down.

If all of the above is correct, check for 120 VAC to the water inlet valve while the control calls for water.

Post the results.

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