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Rinse aid just wondering where the rinse aid is supposed to go, didnt have any instructions with it.

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On the soap dispenser you will see a knob with a red l.e.d. in it. turn that counterclockwise and remove the cap the rinse aid goes in there. You can fill it to the top.

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F25 Desired temperature fault At the end of the wash program, the display shows the message Technical fault code F25 - Call Service Dept. The Status LED flashes. The buzzer is activated for 2 minutes. During the heating stage, the desired temperature has not been reached within the given time (minimum 75 minutes). In subsequent wash blocks, after this fault has registered, the heating is not activated and no rinse aid is dispensed.

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Heater defective.

Remedy:
Replace the heater.

Cause:
Heater relay defective.

Remedy:

1. Check the heater relay solenoid.

2. Check the heater relay solenoid voltage (12VDC) from the electronic.

3. Replace the electronic, if necessary.

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Excess quantity of detergent or rinse aid dispensed. Excess foam has developed.

Remedy:
Check the dispensed quantities of detergent and rinse aid. Follow the information given in the operating instructions F25 Desired temperature fault At the end of the wash program, the display shows the message Technical fault code F25 - Call Service Dept. The Status LED flashes. The buzzer is activated for 2 minutes. During the heating stage, the desired temperature has not been reached within the given time (minimum 75 minutes). In subsequent wash blocks, after this fault has registered, the heating is not activated and no rinse aid is dispensed.

Cause:
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Remedy:
Replace the heater.

Cause:
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Remedy:

1. Check the heater relay solenoid.

2. Check the heater relay solenoid voltage (12VDC) from the electronic.

3. Replace the electronic, if necessary.

Cause:
Excess quantity of detergent or rinse aid dispensed. Excess foam has developed.

Remedy:
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Rinse aid is only effective if you have good quality water to start with. With hard water being the issue, you still won't resolve the film problem.

You can either put in a water softener, which I suspect isn't an economical answer just to get cleaner (film less dishes) or you can allow the dishes to air dry instead of using the heated dry setting in an attempt to avoid getting a film on the dishes.

You can try to use the rinse aid, but I'm pretty sure it won't affect the water quality issues you got, since you have hard water to start with - nothing ventured, nothing gained.

Just remove the cap for the rinse aid dispenser and with the door all the way open, pour in about 1/4 to 1/2 of the bottle and replace the cap.

Here's link to your manual that you can download for free, just scroll down and select the correct manual for your model number and click on the link.

http://www.devicemanuals.com/guide/Dishwasher/Frigidaire-manuals-page55.html

Hope you found this very helpful and best regards!

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First chech the machine is warming the rinse water and not rinsing in cold water then have your chemical guy come and check that the soap/rinse ad dispenser is not dispensing too much rinse aid and naturally make sure the machine is in fact ricing with water I have had it where a glass washer takes more rinse aid then i should and does not actually rinse with clean watr it was simply spraying the rinse aid wich sounded as if it was rinsing soulution was new pc board it was not changeing programs properly if you have and older machine it proberly has a timer this too can be a cuase of the problm if it is not clicking over to allow a full rinse cycle.Hope this helps let us know.

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