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Dirty water in the strainer sump after cycle is complete. I find it hard to believe that this is normal operation. Why would final rinse water be still cloudy? The strainer sump always has about a cup of cloudy water with particulates in it after each load is complete. I clean the strainer after each load and I scrape or rinse plates prior to loading. It's as though the machine never really drains the sump during cycles. Same behavior with both drawers. The dishes and glassware always come out looking great, but I'm grossed out by the fact that they were final-rinsed by such unclean-looking water. Any ideas other than crummy design?

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