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We have the double dish drawers....the lower dishwasher begins its cycle and then suddenly starts beeping with the red lights flashing....also the water is not draining. can you tell us what's going on?

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It is important to find out which light is flashing - if you have an LCD display then is there any character like Fxx or Uxx on it.
Which LEDs on the drawer door lid top are on. If water is not draining then it is linked to the rotor pump or drain sump being blocked.

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