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Not doing a final rinse, water always in bottom

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The dishwasher is rinsing the dishes properly and leaving lots of spots.

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If the pump is not working on any cycle it has most likely failed and needs to be replaced.

If the pump is not drawing water out of the machine in the final rinse cycle only then there will be an issue with the electronic control board not activating the pump in the final cycle.

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Hello.
As per my personal opinion this is normal because for the final rinse you have a small booster or boiler..
When you turn on the machine..it starts fill and also the booster for the final rinse.
You start the machine..wash cycle...rinse cycle..
Now..new water(from rinse booster) is coming on the tank in order to rinse the dishes..on the same time the machine drains the excces water from the rinse(over flowing) and fills up the booster with new water.
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