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Bosch model 3032uc/14 stopped draining,is there a filter or something like that that might have gotten clogged,it is draining thru a sink and garbagedisposal drain which both are ok.

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Most likely the tube is clogged on its way to the garbage disposal. The most likely place is right before the entry port to the disposal. Get a bucket, remove the tube, **** it out. Yuck! But good.

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