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Water not completely drianed after running, is this normal?

Is there supposed to be water at bottom after running, if not then its not draining

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Hello. There should be no water left in the bottom at the end of the wash cycle. There are a few possible causes, the most common one being debris in the small pump that pumps the water out of the machine and into your sink drain, or debris in the hose vrom the dish washer to the sink, or a blockage where the dishwasher empties into your food disposal [if you have one installed].

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