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Dishwasher not emptying the water out

My dishwasher only empties the water if we start to syphon the water out then you can turn it on and it works ok, can hear the pump working dont know why its getting stuck?

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Check pressure from power supply, check if the inlet valve is faulty or obsstructed.

If you find no problem, you may need to replace the pump.

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