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Dishwasher just keeps washing, it doesn't stop or attempt to cycle forward

I've cancelled the current cycle and tried to start a different cycle. Nothing happens initially when I close the door but after a bit it starts washing again and never drains or changes cycle

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Cycle can take 2 hrs to complete. give it time,

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