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It sounds like you're getting back pressure. There is a false wall inside your disposal that you must knock out to allow water to drain from the dishwasher into the disposal. Remove the drain hose from the disposal and stick a flat screwdriver into the receptacle on the disposal. If you feel a plastic wall, use a hammer and hit the screwdriver to punch this knockout plug out. Then you can unplug the disposal and reach down into the disposal, remove the plug, and reconnect everything and plug the disposal back in.
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Are you sure you connected the drain hose to the correct drain hose outlet? There is a vent hose on the side of the dishwasher that sometimes people try to connect the drain hose too, but that is a condensation hose and it loops up and back down into the drain pan on the side of the dishwasher on the right side and that is how it's supposed to "left alone".
The drain hose is supposed to be connected to the left side where the water intake assembly and such is located.
There really isn't anything else that would cause your issue other than a kinked hose, or a blocked drain due to a knock out plug or you just didn't connect the drain hose properly to the dishwasher.
Yes, I have access, and this is a not a "known problem". If the unit is brand new then it's likely an issue with your installation. Put the drain hose in a bucket to see if it drains into the bucket. If not, then take a picture of exactly where it's leaking out of and use the paper clip to show it to me so I can see why it would be leaking out of that particular area. I understand you're frustrated but please don't be condescending toward me and making inclinations that I don't know what I'm doing. I'm only here to help.
Hi I am Stefan and I might have some more information for you. Check both the pump to sump and pump to heater gaskets for damage. Damage could have been caused by the motor.
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