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MY DISHWASHER DOES NOT DRAIN THE WATER OUT AND IS MAKING A RATTLING NOISE.

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Pull the pump motor and see if the impeller has come loose or fallen off for the rattling noise.

Also check the drain valve and hoses for crimps or obstructions.

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