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Water won't empty

It fills with water and then quits. blue lights on "heavy and quick" come on and it won't empty or run further

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I pulled the dishwasher , on the left side if it about halfway back down near the bottom you will see a plastic resovoir like , it has two hoses hooked to it , I took it off being careful not to break the seal, then I used a pipe cleaner to get the crud off of the float that is inside the flat looking plastic container . it works like a champ now !

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