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Water-pressure is there a filter on the intake i.e. hard water build-up?

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If you have hard water buildup issues other places in the house, u will have them with the dishwasher also. There is not usually an intake filter but the intake line may be partially blocked. Turn off the water to the dishwasher and disconnect it so you can physically examing the pipe and the inside of the dishwasher intake connector.

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