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Older Whirlpool dishwasher dp840cwdbs not fully draining.

It's over 20 years old but no reason to replace yet. The bottom screen thing never is dry! It always has water in it like a pond. Husband pulled rotating things and cleaned them (took apart). I pulled front upper vent and cleaned that. I suspect there is something under the dishwasher that needs cleaning or blowing out. Didn't they used to have like mini food grinders or something?

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Hello, unfortunately we are not trained to give repair information but we would suggest having a certified technician out to diagnose the problem that you are experiencing. If you would like further assistance you can send us your name, phone number, address, model/serial number and the date on which you purchased the Dishwasher to Whirlpool_Reviews@Whirpool.com.

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