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Whirlpool Dishwasher had to replace the discharge hose on my dishwasher. After I put everything back together we went out for dinner while it ran thru a cycle. We returend to find the bottom of the unit full of water. Can you tell me why and how to solve this problem? Thank you for your time. Jeff

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Did you route the hose with a loop in it ...? is the water dirty or fresh? I can help

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