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When the dish washer is done washing the bottom is still full of water. When you start the next load it pumps the old water out and washes the load. Never did it stay full of water in the past.

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Since the drain pump will pump the water out using the "cancel/drain" button, if it did not work then your problem is likely to be in the drain hose system or the garbage disposal downstream from the drain pump. Check for kinks in clogs in the drain hose. Grease can build up in the portion of the drain hose just before it attaches to the garbage disposal.

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