Question about Kenmore 24 in. 16032 Built-in Dishwasher
My dishwasher is driving me crazy. I have four children and admittedly some are better than others at scraping gunk off of the dishes. However is seems that at least every two weeks we have to dig into the machine and manually clean the filter (grinder?) for the dishes to get clean. Otherwise it's as if the load wasn't even done. The soap will be seen on the top of the dishes. This unit is only about 4 years old. Do I need to replace it? I can't guarantee my children would be any better with another model, but I might be able to find a model with either better grinding or an easier filter to clean. Please guide me! Sincerely Dolly Perry
Hi Dolly, If this is the only problem you have with your dishwaser, no need to move to a new one !!!! You will face the same phenomena with the new machine, so why to waste money. Good luck with your children's dishes cleaning course.
Posted on Jun 09, 2006
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