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Dishwasher not functioning properly

I have a GE Quiet Power II and found alot of water in the bottom of it that must have been from a wash several days ago. I cleaned out the water and made sure the drain was clear. I picked a wash option, it ran briefly and then the light on the option selected started blinking, then it made a sound like it was straining and the dishwasher eventually stopped altogether. I've tried it now on four occassions and the same thing happens. Also, my garbage disposal recently broke so I don't know if the problem is related or not but I thought I would mention it. Any suggestions?

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Tim

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Yeah, the garbage disposal and the dishwasher are ususlly on the same water and electric lines. One may not be connected (water, or electric). Whoever fixed the garbage disposal may have knocked the line or pipe out and did not notice or purposely disconnected it. Then they may have not reconnceted this and therefore, there is no operation,

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