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My shx43c05uc dishwasher appears to have two drains, one in the rear and one on the side. Cannot find manual. Is this normal?

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Hose on right that comes from middle of tank is NOT a drain hose. It is a vent hose and the end of it just sticks down into the base. It is used to relieve air pressure build-up from hot water so unit does not leak.

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