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Water in bottom

After the wash it will emty but if you check it later there will be water in the bottom??/

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  • popofarm Dec 16, 2008

    no it is a cup or two in all the time. never gets more. i have checked my trap and not plugged.

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    ashmtl08 May 11, 2010

    If you do not use it, will the level rise in time?

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This sounds like your backup valve is not closing properly, so the part of drainage water comes back into your dishwasher. You can verify this by disconnecting the drain hose from your kitchen sink drain and pouring water into it. If some of it comes into your dishwasher, the check valve (backup valve) must be replaced.

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