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Using too much rinse aid will not work. Stick to user manual factory prescriptions. If you use correct amount of rinse aid, and the right product for your dishwasher, that is not the cause of the stains.
Ensure that you are using the right detergent along with rinse aid. Check specifications on manual.
Ensure that the drain well is clean.
Ensure that spray arms have enough pressure, check water level and impeller pump.
If you still get stains on dishes, and you are sure that they had been caused by limescale, that means that the water in your house is too hard. This will also damage your appliances in the long term, causing faults due to accumulation of limescale and rust.
The best thing to do is installing a water filtration system on the appliance inlet.Call your local appliance shop or technician to discuss about the problem and purchase a filtration system for your appliance.
The measurements are difficult to find and verify. However, you can call Kitchen Aid. They will be able to mail or fax you a copy of the original user manual which should have the specs. The number is: 800-422-1230