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Asco, 1585 dishwasher outlet pump will not shut off.

I can pour water into the wash chamber and it will pump out. The level gets to correct level above the pump, but the pump will not shut off. I have a high water level light when I use the fault tracing.

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    Lights keep flashing and the pump keeps making the sucking sounds. I can pour water in the bottom, the pump will pump out the water and keep sucking, sucking, etc. Only way to turn it off is to flip the switch on the wall. Once it's flipped back on, it's right back sucking again.

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