Dishwasher Flowback

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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff1 View Post
    You have it working for now so I would leave it alone.

    If any new plumbing or sink or a new d/w is needed, then I would probably do the update to the drain plumbing at that time.

    jeff.
    As it turns out... it seems like it actually not. The first time we ran it seemed fine. We ran it yesterday and there was a significant amount of water left at the end of the cycle. At least an inch above the pit. We ran the cancel/drain cycle and it did drain all but the little bit that I guess is supposed to remain but it is still mildly dirty. Not really sure what to do now.

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    Confirm the d/w is empty. Fill the sink up with water, pull the plug and once the water has drained out of the sink see if any water is now in the d/w.

    jeff.
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