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It collect water after I use kitchen fosset. I have to push button "cancel/draine for emty it. may be nee to see outlet back valve? Thank you in advance.

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Make sure the dishwasher drain hose loops to the bottom of your countertop and secure it there with a strap or a piece of wire. This will prevent water from running backwards from the kitchen sink drain to your dishwasher. This will solve your problem.

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