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The methods for fixing a dishwasher with water at the bottom can be used on all dishwashers. This includes bosch, maytag, samsung, ge, kenmore, frigidaire, and whirlpool. If you still have water pooling in the bottom of your dishwasher, try another solution. If youre a visual learner, check out this quick video that walks you through these steps. Although unlikely, a blocked spray arm can also be the culprit of water pooling in the bottom of the dishwasher. Standing water at the bottom of a dishwasher or complaints that a dishwasher wont drain are fairly common issues. While there are multiple reasons why water wont drain completely, or will seep. If you notice standing water at the bottom of your dishwasher, a repair may be necessary. However, while there are multiple reasons why the water in your dishwasher wont drain completely, most will not warrant a service call. Before calling a professional to fix the issue, follow these troubleshooting steps. To check if the standing water issue has been resolved, run a complete dishwashing cycle. Once the cycle is complete, open the door and see if any standing water remains at the bottom of the dishwasher. Refer to the common causes section above to figure out what the problem may be. When you have standing water in the dishwasher, there may be a clog in the sink, so check that first. You should also check the connection of the drain hose to the sink tailpiece or the garbage disposal. Some water (standing water), usually one to two cups, remaining in the bottom of the tub is normal. If dirty water is building up over time in the bottom of the dishwasher and do not have an air gap make sure you have a high drain loop. If your kitchenaid dishwasher experiences a minor malfunction, it may fail to drain properly. Standing water in the bottom of a kitchenaid dishwasher may be caused by an incomplete cleaning cycle, or a kinked or obstructed drain hose.