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Water is left in the cavity beneath the base filter

I have recently moved into a house that has a fitted Premier Electrolux (12 place setting) dishwasher. I have thoroughly cleaned it but when removing the base filter I noticed that, following a cycle, there is residual (relatively clean and hot) water lying there that that hasn't drained away. Is this normal or is there a blockage somewhere? If so...how do I clear it?

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Water under the filter is normal. Most diswashers do not drain completley- this acts as an air lock to prvent odours coming thru the drain hose

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Take the cover off the drain there could be food clogged in the drain and is a common problem

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