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My dishwasher will not clean the dishes. When the dishwasher was run (I was not there) my roommate told me that "stuff" backed up into the sink. Now each time we run the dishwasher, the dishes do not get clean. (I think someone did not rinse the dishes properly and there is a clog somewhere.) I tried to run the dishwasher with out any dishes. I don't think it filled up properly. When I opened the dishwasher door, it was wet but there was not a puddle of water at the bottom. However, there were peices of food inside the dishwasher. I thought I would try to clean the filter out, but then someone told me that there is not a filter for this dishwasher and that I probably need to replace the water valve. Does that sound right? If so, how hard is this to do? thanks, CL

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Your dishwasher probably has rotating blades on the top and bottom that spray water on the dishes.  Clean these off and make sure the holes are not clogged.

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