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BUILT IN SMEG DISH WASHER ADP8132 FILLS WITH WATER THEN DRAINS AND CUTS OUT. TRYED NEW MOTOR AND PCB NO BLOCKAGE NO LEAKS PLEASE HELP

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Does the water just disappear down the drain as fast as it fills, with no obvious pumping sounds?

If so, it might just be that the waste hose is routed wrong after it comes out the back of the dishwasher. It needs to loop up to somewhere near the top of the machine before coming back down to go into the drain. (These machines have no outlet valve - they rely on this high point in the hose to keep the water in, then use a pump to push it "over the hump" when they need to drain).

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