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Add more rinse aid and check the heater is working. The dishwasher uses steam to dry the dishes.

Posted on Apr 21, 2013

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Why is our zsf6128 dishwasher is stuck in dry mode and cannot start it


I'll try to explain how drying works generally in the dishwasher.
Dishes absorbs heat and cools more slowly than a very thin wall of stainless steel.
The consequence is that water evaporates and in accordance with the Mollier diagram begins to condense on the walls of the stainless steel whose temperature is lower due to faster cooling of the dishes.
Now drying can be divided into two categories. Active and passive.
Passive way of drying the natural circulation of moist air and condensation in the condenser, which is usually located on the left or right side of the dishwasher.
Active way of drying works on the principle of forced circulation humid air with fun helping quickly condenses and thus speeds up the drying of dishes.
In passive mode the drying process can speed up the partial opening of the door.

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My kenmore elite #110.73012181 electric dryer with autonsense feature no longer sensing, keeps on drying for hours after clothes dry when on less dry mode or normal dry mode


The drying circuit has to have a sensor to control heat and the timer controls time (on timed drying). Often sensors fail "open" and dryers stop drying. This sensor or the circuit seems to have failed closed (runs all the time). I suspect the sensor has failed in the drying control.

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What's the secondary drying phase in the freeze-drying process?


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What's the primary drying phase in the freeze-drying process?


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What's the freezing phase in the freeze-drying process?


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What are the stages in the freeze-drying process?


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Dishes with a lot of water left on them.What's the problem? Heating element?


Yes. if this unit is not drying properly, it will be the result of a failed heating element. make sure you are selecting the correct drying method as well. if its on air, it will have a completely different drying time and attribute. if you are selecting the correct assisted heated drying method and, the dishes are not drying, replace the heating element.


***Using the proper rinse agent will increasing the drying performance as well.

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Hotpoint BWD129 1200 spin - unwanted drying cycles


This is more a workaround than a solution. When you choose the washing programme (say "D") and push the on/off button, two lights will flash, the "door locked" and the "drying" one. Now turn the "drying programme" button until the "drying" light stops flashing (in my case, this is true when I set the drying programme to 40°C). Then start the washing mashine.

Seems like the function of the drying programme button has shifted against the settings written on the button...don't ask me why! Of course, no guarantee but works for me. Please let me know if it does for you.

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Does not dry all the way


I too have a similar problem. Drying light blinks, doesn't shut off, little if any steam escapes when door is open during drying cycle. Wonder if this is Ariston's Dynamic Drying? My unit is new too.

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