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My dishwasher leaves crumbs and food particles stuck to everything in the top rack

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Usually this problem is due to the fact that the dirty particle filled water isn't fully draining and the unit is trying to rinse the dishes with fouled water thus baking any leftover food particles during the dry cycle.
Make sure that all of the water is draining from the dishwasher after all drain cycles.

Usually poor draining is due to a blockage or partial blockage in the drain line,also the blockage can be at the drain pump itself or where the drain connects to the under sink drain

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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