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Not draining goes through the cycle but is not draining. I have pulled the filter, cleaned it. Took off the drain hose from the new garbage disposal amd tried to syphin out the water no luck. I have not pulle the dishwasher yet. It just started to do this ands we just had to replace the garbage disposal. Might this have caused the garbage disposal to burn out as well?

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  • bjm1224 May 30, 2008

    still not draining. No handy men are willing or able to work on Bosch dishwashers.

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Did you remove the plug in your disposal so the dishwasher can drain???

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