OK - it's definitely still not working. I wasn't certain if a frozen line could lead/contribute to a failed inlet valve. If I'm reading your response correctly, it's likely not the case. i bought the valve from Pandora's OEM via Amazon. I suppose, while unlikely, I may have gotten a faulty valve.....anything else that you can think of that would trigger a valve failure?Yes, Yes.
If it runs after defrosting it then this could be a problem. If it doesn't then that's not it. Where'd you get your new valve from?
I highly doubt it's our water pressure as our's tends to be running at +/-60psi. The only sound I can recall hearing is (what I assume is) the control board attempting to click on the valve. I haven't taken off the baseplate again, but I'll try to do that tonight to see if there are any other noises and/or valve vibration. When the original valve failed, there was nothing but the click (no humming or vibrating) and this seems similarly symptomatic.Water pressure in theory, but I’ve never seen that. When you turn it on do you hear the valve hum? As soon as you set it to on it should start filling within a few seconds, or you should hear the valve hum, or feel it vibrate a bit.
Yes, if you get 121 volts to the water inlet valve and its not coming on, its definity bad.The power to the valve read 121v, so I assume there's no issue there. Maybe I was just unlucky enough to get a bad replacement valve????
That's the problem. Have them refund your money and get it from the link I posted to it.Pandora's OEM (via Amazon)