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Holding water There is water in the bottom of the machine after the cycle is done. There is definitely draining going on throughout the cycle, but it's not draining completely at the end -and the water that is left is murky. Spoke to a friend who tells me it sounds like the dump valve, but in checking on line, that doesn't seem to be a part that even exists any more. Do I need to buy a new dishwasher? This was not in the budget this year... Thanks for any advice! Nancy

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    Wind Chapman Apr 28, 2008

    The new dishwasher works great! However, there is still water in the bottom after each cycle is complete. The second wash did have less water than the first wash. I am running a rinse cycle now to see what happens....

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Are the dishes getting clean at the end of the cycle, if not then there could be foreign debris in the pump housing that can cause this, needs to be dismantled and cleaned out, if dishes are clean then the pump impeller will need to be replaced

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