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Dishwasher doesn't seem to pump water through

When i switch on my dishwasher it starts up fine and goes throught the process of draining the sump first. however after this, when the water is meant to be pumped into the dishwasher only a small trickle comes out of the outlets. also the dishwsher makes a funny churning sound suggesting its sounding like there could be a blockage in the pump. the timer isnt faulty ( i think ) as its still engaging its normal cycle. i'd appreciate any feedback, thanks.

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    hot point sometimes water comes in to wash sometimes dont. seems like if you play with swith/timer it randomly workds. hotpoint diswasher

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Add more water to see if it is not filling enough. if it is there may be a problem with the wash pump either a blockage or it seizing.

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