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My wife filled the JetDry dispenser with liquid Cascade. The glasses dome out looking like frosted glass. How can I flush out the Cascade? This is a GE Profile PDW9980L00SS.

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You will nee to bring a hose in from out side or hook one up to the sink...and flush it out and let the DW drain it out ...or use a shop vac to **** out the soap and flush it with water...and shop vac the water out....Then fill the dispenser with water...and run it through as many cycles as required to clear all inappropriate fluids out.


Hope this helps.....good luck and good day...please rate my effort....the Fang.

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