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Water not going through spray arms

I checked the following operations. The dishwasher fills with water and the impeller spin freely. I also checked the spray arms and made sure that they are not clogged. The problem is that the water not being pumped into spray arms. The dishwasher goes through entire cycle and at the end, the dishes not clean. A new controller has been fitted, the old one having burnt out. Now, the dishwasher switches on and pumps out, but does not move on to pumpimg water through the spray arms. All pipework is clear, and no blockage in the pump. Any assistance gratefully received!

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Possible you have a leak and the bottom tray has water in it. tilt the machine back to 45deg and see if water runs out of the back. if it does, after putting upright, the machine will work - then find the leak!!

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