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Dishwasher not washing properly

Water sprinklers do not turn?

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Can you provide more information on symptoms: Does machine fill? Does water come out of the spray arms a) at all and b) in convincing quantities (part way through the cycle, switch off, open the door straight away and see what is happening inside). Do you get the same problem if you run the machine without any dishes in? Can the spray arms be turned freely by hand? Knowing the answers to these should help narrow the problem down. A.

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    Turn on the hot water at the sink closest to the dishwasher prior to starting the dishwasher to raise the water temperature inside the dishwasher. Check the hot water temperature, which should be at least 120 degrees Fahrenheit for proper cleaning.

    Check the spray arms in the dishwasher and move dishes that may be blocking the water spray or preventing the spray arms from rotating properly.

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