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I have a Kenmore Type 575-0 Dishwasher, model number 665.16033401, Style 16033. It runs trough the cycle, once the cycle is complete the clean mode light is on but most dishes are still dirty. I had someone here to repair this about a year ago. All he did was press alternating two buttons, which I have tried, it resets and lets you start a new cycle. However, the problem remains. Last time there was only button pressing involved, no need to replace anything. So, I would hate to have to pay again for that. Thanks much. CW

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