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I need a new rake for the dishes how do i get one

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Check the spray tips on the washing arms for blockage. If the arms are removable, take one off and place it over the sink. Take a paper clip, and bend it into an "L" shape. Use this to rake debris out of the slots near the end of the wash arms, and poke the debris in any of the nozzles back into their hole. Back wash the spray arm over the sink, flushing the residue out of the arms and re-install. For those arms that you can't remove, use the paper clip to rake the ends clean, and poke the debris in the nozzles back in the holes. You will have to check and remove the debris several times with these arms, over several cycles.
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I get major residue and (scum and white spots) on my dishes, along with food being sprayed all over them. They seem to come out more dirty than when I put them in!!! I end up washing dishes in the...

Hello, W/D here.

There are cleaning products out there that "sort of" work, some better than others, but here's how to get it cleaning like new:
1. Clean the spray arms nozzles and slots. If the spray arm can be removed, take it off, and clean it over the sink. I use a regular paper clip, bent into an "L" shape, and use it like a rake to pull debris out of the slots on the tips of the spray arms, and poke any stuck debris back through the nozzle holes, then backwash the nozzles and slots with the water from the faucets, back towards the opening where the spray arm was attached. Take your time; it's far better to do it right, than to have to do it over. For those spray arms that cannot be removed, use the paperclip to rake out as much debris as possible, but realize that they will probably need to be cleaned over the period of several cycles to get it all out. Same for the nozzle holes.

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Here's hoping that you find this useful.
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