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Water level needs to be adjusted, too low

The water level isnt enough for the dishwasher to work correctly, I add water to it and works just fine, looking to see if it has an adjustment?
Product is the whrilpool quiet partner III dishwasher.

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Check for blockage in the water inlet pipe. As per the manual there is no way to adjust the water level.It is automatically chosen by the machine.

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