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This unit has a wash motor and an auxiliary drain motor. The auxiliary drain motor is running not the wash motor.
You have a restriction or a faulty drain motor. The impeller on these break off. If the impeller is in place, you have a restriction somewhere in the drain line. The most common place for a restriction is where the hose connects under the sink to the disposal.
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You have to take the pump off and visually check to make sure the impeller is attached to the motor shaft. The easiest thing to do is to remove the drain hose from under the sink place it in a bucket and press drain/cancel. If it drains, you know the problem is at the disposal. If it doesn't, the problem is further down the line..