Question about Dishwashers
Unless I know what model # of LG dishwasher you have, it is hard to step you through the process of removing the filter beneath the lower spray arm and removing the offending objects from that area.
But once you remove all debris, (and possible scrape the heating element to remove the plastic) you should have much better results.
Also, after the debris is removed and you are running again, I recommend that you only use a name brand powder detergent (Electrosol or Cascade) and never use gel or tablets in your dishwasher. Folks who switch to a cheap/generic powder will almost always begin having uncleaned dishes after a few loads.
Good Luck. Please report back what you find, OK?
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
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