Appliance Repair Questions? Ask a Technician for Answers ASAP
Okay, so that I understand you I'm going to repeat what I think you are saying and if what I'm saying is matching up. You're saying the valve under sink is leaky - even when I turn it off. Inside my dishwasher is the issue... there is a small hole inside the dishwasher - on the side wall nearest my sink. It is continually running water at a trickle pace down into the bottom of my dishwasher. I think I turned off the valve under the sink. This is what I did: There are two shut-off valves opposite of each other on the same line. One tube runs up to the dishwasher. It has a valve on that side of this connecting valve to the hot water pipe that runs up to my sink. Is this still the problem with the dishwasher? I turned the little valve up facing whereas the other two valves to my hot and cold water to my sink are in the side position (same line as the tubes/pipes). Am I making sense?... and is the valve still the issue?
Okay. So I have to wait for the valve to come OR have a plumber come with the part - but until then the water will continue to drain into my dishwasher???
So what kind of technician? An appliance technician?
All righty. No. I am NOT handy. But, the parts link you gave me should help the technician get the part BEFORE he comes to the house. Thank you.