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Hygena Dishwasher My dishwasher does not drain the water away properly. About an inch of water lies in the bottom after a cycle. Incidentally, when I put it on a "cold rinse" (which is the only other setting to "wash 60c") it rinses with hot water. Is my switch and my pump broken or is there another possibility?

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I would check for blockage, can you hear the pump trying to drain.
pull all the metal pieces ouy and have a look.

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