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Dosen't pump all the water out

Dose'nt pump all the water out on last rinse

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Take everyting out of the inside of the drawer, you need to take out the motor rotor and check for any damage to the plastic rotors and check under the rotor for any damage to the plastic socket or plastic ridge in the socket (stator). If all is ok disconnect the drain hose and place in a bucket and check that the drawer drains ok when it first starts. if alls ok then you need a new Main Motor controller module. cheers

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