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the sprayer is clogged with ****. I had the exact same problem. my mother-in-law gave me of some 80 year old man that has fixed appliances all his life. Ten minuets after he got to the house it was fixed. cost $70.00. He just took a couple things apart dumped out the **** inside the parts and put it back together.
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In my experience, you probably have a clog in the spray arm/arms for the top rack. Take the arm(s) out and see if the holes in them are clogged. Rice, plastic wrappers, and glass from dishes that broke in there are the most common culprits I've seen.
sounds like you have a bad chopper. put a cup upright on the top rack. turn the dishwasher on let it wash for about 2 minutes. open the door and see if the cup has water in it. let me know. what brand is this?
you need to take the blades that spin out and clean them off they have grime on them, is there water still in the bottom of the dishwasher when done> if so there is a plastic grate in the bottom rear of the dishwasher you need a 1/4 inch nut driver take the cover off and clean the debris out, there is a small stainless steele cutting blade in there be careful, it is to cut up foods that might not be washed off before putting dishes in the washer, also it is pressure that makes the detergent door open make sure you are getting full pressure comming into the waher, if non of this works the pump should be replace or it;s new dishwasher time