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There is water in the bottom of dish washer after finishing. If I start another cycle, everything drains, so it's not a problem with the hose. I hear water draining. I think it is the drain time. When the machine was under warranty, the service guy came and changed the drain time to longer. He told me how to do it, via the buttons, but have now forgotten where I put such great information. I have a 1996 built in model.

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We have come up on this many many times. It is not drain time. There is a flapper in the drain hose located where the hose attaches to the pump with towels remove the hose and stick you finger in. It is and angled piece of rubber so it will be difficult but you will feel a flapper. Press lightly on it and make sure it is positioned so that is open freely when you press thus the water will move freely.

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Can you show me the diagram on how the spray arm is to be attached with the locking nut...kenmore dishwasher model #665.15752000

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