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Will not go thru cycle/drain once filled

Hello
I went to use the dishwasher, as normal and it filled.....then nothing.
Will not wash, drain, rinse etc.
Please help.

Thank you :)

Cindy

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After searching through some of the older solutions, I came across what sounded similar to what I was dealing with. Followed what was suggested, and I have a dishwasher again!!!! :) TY
Cindy

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