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Blanco dishwasher overflows at end of cycle

Dishwasher finishes cycle with bottom tank filled with water and overflows from bottom of door. maybe it doesn't pump out or inflow solenoid valve does not shut off properly. how can thsi be tested?

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There is a float connected to a switch that controls water level. It is usually round and will move freely up and down by hand. But your problem might be a levelling related one. The dishwasher must be level to operate correctly. Use a torpedo level in the tank base to check front to back level and side to side level. Adjust the front legs to level the unit.

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