Re: washing tablet not desolving, dishes still dirty,...
Test your hot water over your sink and see how long it takes to get hot. if it takes 30 to 40 seconds just run your hot water until it gets hot then run dishwasher. or if water not hot enough yo can turn up your water heater temp. also check your heat element
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Find out whether your quick cycle is a wash cycle or a rinse only. If it
is a wash it's obviously too short, and the tablet is not dissolving.
You do not want undissolved tablets because they will contaminate your
rinse water and u end up with soap on the dishes. You can switch to
powder if a tablet isn't going to dissolve quick enough on your quick
I much prefer liquid dishwasher detergent for this reason. Have you tried this? Also, I find I have the best luck when I start with hot water rather than waiting for the machine to heat the water. I do this by getting hot water to the sink (while rinsing the dishes before putting them inside) and then starting the dishwasher.
Liquid is also easier to distribute when considering the pre wash vs the main wash cycle.
Another thing you might try is breaking the tablet up before putting it in the machine.
The third thing I might suggest is you try powedered detergent for dish washers.
I hope this helps you ... thanks for visiting today.
try washing the dish washer out with a good drain unblocker the system gets cloated up with grease, then use a dishwasher salt with the washes this will help to remove the suds ets, most dishwashes have a compartment to put either liquid or solid dishwash aid in try a different aid, also if you use tablet form i desolve it first in hot water in a small container
then place that into the dishwaser on the lower shelf, that helps
Poor cleaning is generally caused by not having enough water in the tub, which is usually the fault of the water inlet valve. You mentioned cleaning the filters... which filters? Did you remove the valve and clean its screen/filter? If that screen gets clogged with debris (and they do) it'll choke off the water supply to the tub.