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Make sure to unplug the washer or disconnect the power. Remove the washer from under the counter. Take the panel off of the left side of the dishwasher. There is an aluminum panel on the side of the washer that requires a torx bit to take the screw out. There is also tab on the left side that needs to be pushed in to remove the aluminum panel. Behind the panel will be the float assembly (blue plastic) that holds the red float and switch. Sometime there is build up on the float that causes it to stick.

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