Question about Viking 24 in. Professional Series VUD141 (Ultra-Premium) Built-in Dishwasher

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Water isn't flowing in through the spinners in the dishwasher.

It is flowing out/draining at the proper time and there does seem to be water in the bottom of the dishwasher if you open it mid-cycle. However, nothing on the top rack is wet at all, and hardly we on the bottom...Help!

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Look at the end of the wash and no water in the bottom, it is OK. The water is pumped out through the pump. Hence you would have found the water mid way. Pump will start after the wash cycle is fully finished it's function or as per the float level!

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