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Water in the bottom drawer

I have a 2 draw washer, the bottom draw is 1/4 full of water, obviously rom scraps stuck in the bottom, how do i empty the filter or the draw to drain the water??? Thanks.

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Take a glass and empty as much as possible. Take out the racks and get a towel to soak up the rest.

Take the washer arm out and detach the filter plate collar. Also take out the drain filter and clean everything. You could take the washer rotor out and clean the rotor cavity.

Put everything back and start the dishwasher on fast cycle. If water is still not draining and provided the pump is running, then you have a blockage in the drain hose or the kitchen sink end. If you are using inskerator then make sure it not blocked.

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