Question about Admiral 24 in. DWUA651 Built-in Dishwasher

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The water does not pump or drain out after the wash is done

Is the pump done

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  • sk8kirks Feb 07, 2009

    water...less than an inch...left standing in the bottom of our dishwasher after the cleaning and drying cycles are over...the admiral customer assistence line was of NO use... tkk

  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    WHAT IF...solution one doesn't solve the issue with "less than a inch of standing water left behind"?

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You have something stuck in the pump i think.maybe a sock or something. try looking at the the pump....its clear so you should be able to see if anything is stuck in the or use a wire hanger and get up in there and pull out whatever it is thats in there

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