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Smeg Intergrated Dishwasher

The Top shelf water outlet does not seem to be spinning. I open the door mid cycle and it is still in the same place and the dishes have food on them.Can you help me sove this please? I am allergic to washing up.

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Re: Smeg Intergrated Dishwasher

Do any objects hang down (or stick up from below) and block it? Is the shelf pushed all the way in so it gets water through it? Does it seem to be spraying water, but not spinning?

Try spinning it by hand to see if it moves freely. It may just be blockede by a small object in the water.

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