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DO you have the complete model number off the unit, also how much water does it leave and does it fully drain when cancelling the cycle?
Does the drain line go to a siphon gap by the sink? If so take the cap off the siphon gap and remove the top center piece of the siphon gap and check for debris, that is the most likely issue. Let me know.
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Check the line that goes from the siphon gap to the trap. You have a partial blockage for sure
I would check them both. First take the center piece out of the siphon gap to check that for blockages and then remove the larger line that runs from the siphon gap to the trap for blockages. If both of those are clear then the drain hose from the dishwasher to the siphon gap could be plugged, you could take that off as well and see how fast water drains into a bucket to see if that could be the issue. I would do that last though.
John I highly suggest you make that change, less problems no clogging they should all go to the disposal in my opinion if you have one.
The drain line to the pump may be clogged up then