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Does not wash properly

It seems like it's not getting enough water, I disconnected the intake line from the hot water line at the sink and from the bottom of the dishwasher and blew the line out with compressed air and all seems good.Is there anything else I should be doing?

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Easy test i came up with. take 5 coffee cups place them on the top rack upright. one in each corner and and one in the middle. do this after the dishwasher has started a cycle and is full with water. with the cups in place let the dishwasher run for one minute. then open the dood. the cups should be mostly full. if not, there is either not enough water or you have a pump problem.

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