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Unfortunately with this one you're probably going to want to call warranty because the only things that can cause your problem are a bad circulation pump or a bad main control board. You can uninstall the dishwasher, tip it on it's back, and remove the circulation pump to make sure nothing is jammed inside, but if you find nothing, you'd need a multimeter to test and see if you're getting 110 volts down to the circulation pump when it should be washing after it fills. If you're not getting 110 volts, you'd need a new control board. Otherwise you'd need a new circulation pump if its getting 110 volts and not spraying. The circulation pump on these newer Kitchen Aid units commonly fail so I would imagine that is your problem without testing. But each part is about $150-200 so that is why I think it's probably best to get warranty even if it's a lot of time and hoop jumping---that of course is up to you.
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