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WHEN WE OPEN THE DOOR, AFTER THE CYCLES ARE OVER AND THE CLEAN LIGHT GOES ON, THERE WILL STILL BE WATER AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TUB. RON

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Ron, on these GE's there is a piston and nut assy. This is located under the filter screen in the back part of the dishwasher. It's a simple mechanism that screws out. When these do not seal properly they will leave water on the bottom of the dishwasher. I seen this plenty of time and believe it might be your case. Part number for the assy. is wd24x220. It's not a hard fix...good luck.

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