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Dishwasher will no longer drain completely

Less than 2 yr old stainless steel LG built in dishwaasher will not completely drain water. Water remains in the bottom of machine.

I have recently shifted the drainage hose hoping it would allow drainage, but does not work.

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The pump is bad and needs to be replaced. The pump is not pumping out all the water from the system

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