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Check for food etc, left in the bottom of the washer. Also check all the jets on the spinning arms, they could be plugged with food, Clean them and the machine should work better. Keep in mind dishwashers are jutst that, dishwashers, not garbage disposals! If you wnat you dishes to come out clean, you have to put them in clean!
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About the soap: You can use both. I prefer tablets.
About the particles: Before putting the dishes in, remove the food with a brush ($2.00) in the sink and run the hot water from the faucet for a 1-2 min until it gets really hot.
There may be something plugging up the arm that sprays over the dishes. And of course, I'm sure you know not to place items like bowls, pots, etc that will block the flow of water from the bottom sprays.
Although the bottom jets do most of the working cleaning the top items, the spray from above is vital. Take the stem pipe leadin from the top to the bottom off and separate the spray arms carefully. If you can, look throgh each end to make sure no deposits are in there.
Another way is to blow compressed air from the center stem down in the water supply unit. If food particles are there you'll see them.