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I have a whirlpool mod# DV945PWPQO that drains very slowly. I removed the hose and let it drain directly into a bucket and it drained slow. I looked at the check valve and all seems well. The dishwasher also will not drain completely.
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I have a whirlpool mod# DV945PWPQO that drains very slowly. I removed the hose and let it drain directly into a bucket and it drained slow. I looked at the check valve and all seems well. The dishwasher also will not drain completely.
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Sorry thats a DU945PWPQO.....Can't read my own writing....

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Have you unscrew it (#15 on the diagram) from the pump?

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Yes, I unplugged the hose, removed the valve and blew some air thru it to make sure it was clear
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Yes, I unplugged the hose, removed the valve and blew some air thru it to make sure it was clear
Did you do the same thing with the drain hose?

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I removed the hose and it is clear. I put some water in the dish washer and drained it straight thru the valve and it is still draining very slowly.
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