Question about Kenmore Dishwashers
I've had the machine for about 4-5 years and recently it began leaving debris on the top rack glasses/dishes. Usually mostly on the exterior, but sometimes on the inside of the glasses as well. Technician advised me to increase hot water temperature, change detergent, and add more rinse aid. None of those things have helped. Any thoughts? He disassembled the pump, inspected the spray arms, etc. and didn't find anything unusual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Recommend you remove the approximately 10 screws to pull the entire filter and manually clean. Remove all debris you find and thoroughly rinse out the filter if you can separate the top from the bottom. If the sump area is greasy, use a de-greasing spray to cut through it. Resemble, checking that there are no blockages in the holes on the spray arms.
Fill a bowl or cup with white vinegar and place it on the lower rack of the empty dishwasher. Do not add detergent. Run the quick cycle. The inside of the dishwasher should now be clean and not greasy. If still greasy, use the de-greasing spray (avaiable at all stores in the cleaning section.)
For 30 days, use only Electrosol or Cascade powder. Do NOT use gel or tablets, ever. Please report back your results. Good Luck!
ianc435 , please ask your question in as a new problem and I will help you out. I understand your problem.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
After checking all sprayer arms for clearance, and checking heating element and discharge pump, the problem was solved by replacing the small sprayer arm at the top of the washer. This small arm had popped off some time ago - obviously the water pressure was excessive for the small and unimpressive fastener. Luckily we had saved this piece, which I refastened with a strong aluminum non-corroding small bolt. Presto - now the water distribution is back to design specs, with sufficient water coming out under pressure from the mid level arm. Lesson: always look for the simplest cause first with the simplest solution. TCA
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
could be hard water in your area leaving minerals on your dishes.www.dishwasherfilter.com has an amazing product out that fixes this problem once and for all. it is a small filter that filters the hardminerals out of your water before entering the dishwasher. it is very affordable and guaranteed to work or your money back. you will be amazed how clean your dishes look.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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