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Noisey pump a rattling noise is heard during drainage when the pump is running and all water is not pumped out of tub. A second cancel/drain cycle seems to empty the tub, but pump makes the same rattling noise. Do I need a new pump?

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Take the drain pump apart and look for debris, or broken pump impeller. Remove the lower spray arm and filter assembly, check for debris in the sump and check the drain check vavle to make sure it is sealing properly. While in there make sure the food disposer blade are not clogges with debris.

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