Question about Dishwashers
If your water level is below the heating element that is normal after a wash. Some unit the water will not always drain (relates normally to low water pressure or hose length or height)
If your water level is below the heating element and your dishes ALWAYS clean then its fine, the water drains out before a new wash so you are not using the same water
if water is above heating element, run garbage disposal to clear lines if one is installed, if not you could have a clogged line/hose/sump/filter
Posted on May 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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