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My Bosch dischwasher is not draining completely. I've taken out the mesh filter and the square plastic drain cover. Should I unbolt the white cover which I presume covers the drain? thanks!

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I had the same problem, twice. Both times, the technician simply removed the drain hose and cleared it of a small food particle. Save yourself the service charge by unhooking the hose yourself, clearing it and rinsing your dishes THOROUGHLY before washing.

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