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that is certainly a possibility but if you are getting voltage to the valve it should be ok.
have you checked the rotor inside the tub?
sometimes of the rotor is stuck it will not let the water flow in.And sometimes the pressure switch or flood switch fails and that will prevent any water from coming.
have you tried putting the machine into a diagnostic check cycle to see if it fills then? if not, please do that. if you need help getting into the diagnostics please get back to me here and I will tell you how to do it.
and finally you may want to check that you have the proper water pressure coming into the water valve. especially if plumbing work has been done lately. If either weak or too much pressure to the water valve the valve will not open and let water in. It almost works as a safety.
so if you havent already done so please remove the water supply to the water valve and check the water pressure.
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are you checking ac or dc volts to the water valve? and how are you checking?
if the water valve is not getting proper voltage and you may even be unsure you can remove it and apply direct voltage by making a make shift test cord and wire it to the valve and see if it fills then. of course it would have to fill into like a bucket or something.
at least this way you will know if the valve is good or not.
the water valve is traditional an ac voltage water valve. and usually requires 110v. so if you are not getting that then check the wiring and flood switch. if those are good then yes, the reconditioned board may be the whole problem.
and you only get 18 volts?
if so, make sure you are checking after the machine tries to go through a breif drain. wait about two miutes or soo and you should be in a fill cycle. and if still only 18 volts then check the wiring for any damage to and from the water valve to the control. and then check the flood switch. if those are good replace the used board.
where did you get a used board from? i never trust refurbished parts unless coming directly from manufacturer. you never know what you are going to get and if the part is really good or not.
yup. sometimes you just need to some reassuring thats all. no fault in that. just always do the checking and you will be 100% sure that is the problem.
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