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I have white crusties with black spots in all along the seal on inside of door, and along filter on top left side of door (inside). and also i use jet dry and my glasses and dishes are coming out cloudy looking. also i have to fill the rinse agent every wash instead of monthly. Is there any special cleaning that needs to be done to this?

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Problem is your water. that is from the calcium in the water. go to and get the filter system . it will make your dishes sparkle and help clean out your dishwasher.

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