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Dishwasher not rince & when cycle ends not clear water remains

Once the cycle is complete, there is water at the bottom and it is not clear and dishes are not rinsed and are clammy and i guess soapy and streaky.
i then push the drain button a couple of times and then all water gone, sometimes i must spray in water from sink with hose to make sure i get a clean rinse the next time,
i have a kenmore from sears 1 1/2 yrs old.
help , my wife is driving me crazy !!
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Check the drain connection where it connect to the sink these are bad to clog. In your case it may be a partial clog also check for any kinks in the drain line.make sure your line go above the connection point and then back down .This will stop water from flowing from the sink.
You can take apart the pump usually torx screws and remove any debris. Do this last

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