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The dishwaher dose not empty even with the pump running

I'VE CHECKED THE DRAIN FILTER, REMOVED THE PUMP, CHECKED THE DRAIN OUTLET FROM THE DISHWASHER BASE TO THE PUMP, CHECKED THE DISCHARGED HOSE FROM THE PUMP AND THERE IS NO BLOCKAGEAND REMOVED THE PUMP AND ENERGIZED THE PUMP WITH SEPERATE POWER CORD.THE PUMP SPINS FINE BUT IT DOSEN'T PUMP WATER. WHAT ELSE COULD IT BE? HELP!!!

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