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3 loose plastic rings found in primary filter The 3 identical rings are of pliable plastic and are 30mm in dia and 4mm width. The cross section of the outer ring is 'V' shaped. I cannot see where these belong. Are they part of the dishwasher? Thanks Richard

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What you are describing is known as an 'olive' the sealing part of a water union known as a kinko and olive, i would nt worry to much they have been caught by the filter and it is just doing its job ....unless of course there is a leek then you will need to find the unions they came from

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