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Water will not drain out of the tub all the way and behind the front door bottom in the insulation seems to be wet. and the cycle seems to take a long time to run...thanks

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  • Trimmilloss Jan 01, 2009

    I have the same problem, how did you fix it?

    My dishwaher, Bosch model SHU9922UC, runs a full cycle and will not drain completely, so the dishes have the dirty water residue on them. I've run a baking soda/ vinegar mixture down the line, cleaned the traps, removed all of the panels that I can access with a screw driver & can't figure out what the problem is. I don't think it is the pump since a small amount of water is pushed out at the beginning of the cycle.

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My dishwasher, Bosch Model No. SHU9922UC/U12, Serial No. 10 0202 80447 01 0040 goes through its wash, rinse and dry cycles but sometimes there is some water remaining on the items in the upper tray and one inch or so of water remaining in the bottom of the tub. Once water leaked out onto my kitchen floor. I found some broken glass and some plastic in the circular trap at the bottom and have removed the detritus.

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