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GE dishwaher leaks with standing water in bottom

After about of minute of running suds and water starts coming out of the bottom once you open the dishwasher you notice about 2-3 inches of water sitting in the bottom....Eventually it will drain out but it takes hours.

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Check to make sure regular dish soap did not end up getting inside the dishwasher. This will create a lot of suds that will overflow onto the kitchen floor. Standing water from not draining can mean the drain hose is clogged somewhere or the check valve has something caught in it. If you remove the front kick plate, you will be able to check those.
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