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Most likely there is some problem with the wash pump or motor which is not letting the wash water reach the wash arms and leaving dishes dirty.
Need make and model number of dishwasher to guess faulty parts if any. Usually there is some glass pieces in the impeller of the wash pump.

Posted on Jan 05, 2013

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