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Mucky water in bottom of washer

Dishwasher fills with mucky water after cycle completed. Dishwasher cleans great.

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Sounds like the machine is not pumping out the water at the end of the cycle.  There is a solenoid valve located near the pump down below.  It has a pipe which extends to the waste and another which goes to the wash arms.  The pump will either send water to the arms or the waste.  IF this valve is jammed...usually with food waste...it will not pump out.  Often, the valve can be cleaned and reinstalled.  

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