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I ran my diswasher the other night, and when I was unloading it, I noticed that the glasses and silverware had a cloudy coating on them. I thought perhaps that I had forgotten to run it, so I ran it again, and everything has a cloudy milking coating. Any ideas?

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HI thanks for the question. its caused by hard water.i had the same problem. bought a water softner, solved the problem.

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