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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! I suspect the issues may be with your water supply, specifically, the hoses. Are you using new "Flood Safe" type hoses that shut off when a high flow is sensed?
If you are certain the water supply is adequate, you will need to measure the voltage at the valves. If the voltage remains steady and does not drop, then the valve is likely faulty.
Yes, a multimeter or any meter that shows actual voltage, just not an audible type. If the voltage drops, then the problem would be related to the machine control. I suspect the voltage will remain steady, I just want to be sure.
Sure, no worries, thank you.
For this test, you will need to have the machine plugged in and calling for water to measure voltage at the valve solenoid.
If you have any concerns about performing it safely, then I would recommend you have it professionally repaired.