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It washes for a long time even on eco wash is there a quicker wash - is this costing me a lot? my old dishwasher had half hour wash

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SOURCE: Tecnik dishwasher keeps on washing... and washing!

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SOURCE: no water in dishwasher

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Here is a tip the will elaborate on your problem more, but the bottom line is that you need to replace that fill valve...

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Posted on Jun 07, 2010

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What is the amount of time for a regular wash? Time on the plus wash?


a regular wash should take about an hour and a half. plus wash would be longer only because it heats the wash temp hotter.
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your flow through heat assembly heats the water at 2 degrees a minute. so it can take anywhere from and hour and a half to two hours for a full cycle.
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What you will find is that the plastic nut fixed on the back panel that the top drawer pushes into has lost the rubber inner layer. Replace and your problem is solved

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Wash cycle


momrules, it could vary depending on the water entering the dishwasher. On a heavy cycle normal time is about 85 minutes not including thermal holds ( pauses that heat the water). On a normal wash, 68 to 75 minutes not including thermal holds. If the water entering the dishwasher is not at least 120 to 140 degrees the dishwasher will pause in cycles to heat the water before advancing. So 120 minutes is not unrealistic. The heaters in the dishwasher are low wattage and will only heat the water approx. 2 degrees every 5 minutes. Catriver.

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