Question about Tricity Bendix Washing Machines
Just over the last couple of washes I have noticed that the remains of the liquitab are left in the bottom of the dishwasher rather than dissolving and some of the items in the dishwasher are being left dirty.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It seem that your DW drain it's water by syphon action. Check if the drain hose is properly installed as a U shape; otherwise the DW can drain itself at any time, leaving the soap undissolved .
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
SOURCE: Hotpoint BF1620
What you will find is that the plastic nut fixed on the back panel that the top drawer pushes into has lost the rubber inner layer. Replace and your problem is solved
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
It may just be the way you are loading the machine. If the dishes are not allowing the the detergent door to open fully, the tablet sits in the dispenser until you open the dishwasher, letting the dispenser door open and the half dissolved tablet falls out! Try being more careful how you load the machine or just chuck the tablet in the bottom of the machine instead of the dispenser!
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Make sure that water is entering the machine as the first operation--open the door to check shortly after you hear the wash cycle come on. Water should be dripping from everything. If there are several inches of water sitting in the bottom, but nothing is wet, and you have heard the pump running, you will need to tear down the lower spray arm assembly down to the deck to clean the large intake screen at the bottom. Keep track of orientation and placement of each piece removed. Remove the large screen and soak it in hot water/white vinegar/detergent solution for an hour or so, then scrub the screen to help remove deposits. Inspect all holes in the deck surface for plugging--a wet/dry vacuum will remove most of this debris. Reassemble everything in reverse order. Inspect the spray arms for any plugging of holes and for any split seams. With luck, this should fix your problem.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
Some brands of these soap packets need to be opened and the wrapper thrown away, they are not designed to dissolve. I think a dead give away is if the packet has printing on it, almost certainly it needs to be removed and the soap "block" placed in the unit.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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