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There's a film on my dishes when the cycle is done.

My dishwasher is leaving a film on my dishes. What can I do to fix it?

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Go to www.dishwasherfilter.com and get the filter that filters the water going into the dishwasher. you will be amazed. veyr affordable(like 70 bucks) and guaranteed to work.

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This problem occurs due to excessive calcium build up inside the dishwasher. Try cleaning you dishwasher using a dishwasher cleaner. There are many out there, I recommend Dishwasher Magic Soultion.

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