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There is residual two to three incnhes of water

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Could be a pump problem but more likely there is something plugging the line to the pump. Clean out the sump area and screen. Cellophane and onions have a way of hiding in there and blocking the water drain.

Also, follow the line under the sink from the drain in the washer to make sure it looks like it didn't get tweaked at all.

If that doesn't work Remove the screws from under the counter, and pull the dishwasher out, and make sure your "power is OFF. Remove the "discharge hose" from the drain at your garbage disposal, it may be plugged with food. That is why you have the standing water. Your pump is probably ok. but could be the culprit.

Let me know!

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Tim

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