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The drain line may be plugged up on the unit. You should check and clear the siphon gap next to your sink if you have one. That is typically where most dishwashers drain to and often get clogged. Otherwise here is a video to assist in cleaning the filter area.
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OK do this remove the drain line where it connects under your sink and see if it drains when you press cancel.
Ok where is the drain line connected?
I would check under the unit see if the line is pinched or something may be in the drain tube flipping up causing a blockage.
You would need to slide the unit out it check it as the under side is not readily accessible, there is a port hole under it, but you need it out to see that.
I saw one that was in for 5 years and the line got pinched under it and over time just crushed it to the point it would not always pump out.
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Check and see if the M086 microswitches are good at this link they may be causing your whole issue. If they are good you will need a new PCB board
For the OE code it is common for the microswitch on the float assembly to cause that issue, remove the unit and get at the left side overflow float assembly with the two microswitches on it and check them.
CLICK HERE M086 SWITCHES
The switches are the issue they may just be stuck or bad they do stick often, pull it out to get at them
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