Question about LG Dishwashers
Customer lives in large house and their hot water heater is quite a distance from dishwasher. She and my little lady thinks it has something in it to assist in heating the water coming in. I being a retired IBM customer engineer and repairing everything from tvs to my cars and motercycles say I don't think so. Only the heating element for drying the dishes after they are washed. Am I right?
Dishwashers do have a water heater element. In fact, it's the same heater that is used for hot dry, but you can switch it off for the drying cycle if you want. Dishwashers heat the water so it will be hot enough to properly clean the dishes. Sorry, you lose the bet.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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