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Outlet pipe restricted or too high, clean pipe, and outlet solenoid.

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I have had this problem before. If your dishwasher is not level water collects at the front. Try tilting your machine forwards. Be carefull though as water will come out of the bottom. Once you have done this and reset your machine it should be ok.

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