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Technical support My dishwasher keeps saying the dishes are clean and it will not shut off. I cannot start a new load of dishes as long as it is set on clean. What should I do? Thank you.

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Solution #1 posted on Jun 26, 2008 technical support - 0%20stars.png

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you need to remove the blades and strip it to the bottom of d/w under blades and check if it is blocked. if ok undo drain pipe and blow to check if blocked. good luck SLAPPER

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