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How long is wash cycel in dishwasher. dishwasher does not seem to advance beyond the wash cycle

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Normal wash cycle is as follows..

Wash1 8 min
Rinse1 10 min
Wash2 21 min
Rinse 10 min
Rinse 12.5 min
Dry(hot or cool) 23.5 min

Total of 85 min

thats just a normal cycle. Pots and pan cycle is of course longer

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We were so frustrated with the very long cycles on our new (efficient!) Kenmore dishwasher - almost 2 hours even on a Light Load. So we came up with the idea of doing a 'manual' wash. We do a Light Wash with a timer (manual) of 20 mins. and then we do a Quick Rinse of 15 minutes, and voila, the dishes come out spotless, and we have saved so much time, water and energy. Of course, we make sure the dishes don't have any stuck-on food before.

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