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rubensd73116  
#1 Posted : Monday, July 10, 2017 12:58:28 PM(UTC)
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I've been trying to fix my whirlpool DU920PWKQ0 which hadn't been draining. After clearing the water and not finding hose to seem clear, I looked at the drain check valve. The black rubber flap that is visible from the hose side connection was off kilter. It is totally loose. I assume it used to be affixed but I wanted to double check. I'm assuming that I need to replace it, but not sure. I'm starting to think that the water isn't staying but coming back into the dishwasher. Thoughts?
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rubensd73116  
#2 Posted : Monday, July 10, 2017 1:58:43 PM(UTC)
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After putting everything back together, I ran a rinse only. After the water was added, the motor sounded like it would come on for about 3 seconds and then shut off. I'm guessing that has probably nothing to do with drain check assembly and everything to do with the motor. Ugh!
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