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Pump will not shut off even with door open

Cycle was ending and now the pump will not shut off even with door open. I turned off the DW and then turned it back on, pump is still running and cannot start a new cycle

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Hi, There is a float under the dishwasher to protect from flooding... If there is a leak and there is water under the dishwasher in the pan then the float switch will turn on the drain pump...
first I could remove the toe panel check in the pan for water... if no water still check the float it maybe stuck up (soap can get under the float and hold it up)
remove water and make sure float in down... if not you may need a new float switch...

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