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Drain Pump The dishwasher over filled by back syphoning down the waste pipe. I have raised the pipe so this cant happen again but the drain pump keeps running and the LCD reads "Overfilling" Anyone know how to reset the control panel?

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The machine is over filling because the fill sensor is blocked with debris Somewhere low down on the body of the machine there is a small bottle like object clipped to a small pipe coming from water tank , from the back of this will be a small plastic tube going to a dish like object somewhere high up. This is the fill sensor. The bottle like device is in all probability blocked with -grunge- a combination of grease/detergent/scale -it needs removing and a good clean out.

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