Water in Bottom of Dishwasher?

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When there is water at the bottom of a dishwasher, that usually means the appliances drain line is clogged or shut off by an obstruction. This drain line is also connected to the garbage disposal in most all kitchens. The line will need to be cleared before the appliance will work well again. The project is an easy do it yourself project. First start by turning the power off and removing all the racks. Unscrew the bottom of the spraying arm to get access to the drain line. Pour boiling water with baking soda in the drain line to unclog the drain. Repeat until the drain empties properly. Replace all the racks and the spraying arm.
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