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It means your water is not hot enough or you don't have enough water to dissolve the tablets. Please turn up your water tank for startes. If the problem persists, you will have to replace the heating element.
When the engine is warm, and running, feel both heater hoses. They should be equally hot if the water valve is open. If they are unequal, then it is a water control problem. If both hoses are hot, the ductwork is not routing the heat under the dash properly.
If you have a temperature gauge in the dash, you would be getting heat if the engine shows normal. A thermostat may be needed if you have no water gauge and you do not know if the engine is hot enough.
Are you waiting long enough for the water to be totally heated, before showering? Unfortunately, all the water doesn't reach 60 degrees celsius (140 degrees fahrenheit) in a matter of minutes. Try switching to the hot water mode sooner and allow enough time for the system to heat up entirely. If that doesn't solve the problem, the burner may need cleaning,
The first problem I believe you have is your hot water entering the unit is NOT hot enough. Turn up the temperature setting on your hot water heater. The water in your pipes should come out around 120 degrees Fahrenheit. That should be hot enough to burn your skin so use a thermometer to test. Second the internal heating coil may be burnt out or operating very low and may need to be replaced. For it to sterilize it needs to heat the inside to over 212 degrees Fahrenheit when steam is created. You should definitely make sure that the unit is drying your dishes and steam is spewing out the front exhaust vent during that cycle. Third the soap you use should be a better quality such as Cascade, or Finish. You may also try 2 TBSP of bleach during the WASH cycle. Which will also cause to sterilize.
The only reason you can be getting mold is lack of heat. If you are saying it is a recent problem then I would consider how old is the machine? And look toward the heating coil element.
If the heating coil is working, the washing unit may not be getting enough power. Make should the circuit is properly load rated so it is getting enough electricity to get it hot, hot, hot.
A draft inducer blower is used to create a proper draft in a chimney or exaust pipe from your water heater or furnace. In a high efficiency furnace or water heater, there is not enough heat expelled from the unit to the chimney to create a proper draft. The toxic carbon monoxide gas which is expelled through the chimney from your appliance is normally carried upward due to the rising hot air in the chimney. When appliances got more efficient (putting more heat into the water tank and less going out the chimney), manufacturers had to add this blower to help get the gases out the chimney since there wasn't enough hot air to create a draft.
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Yes That is exaxtly what will happen, If the water pump is not pumping the antifreeze throught the system then not enough hot water will get to the heater core to give you heat inside the cabin and also not enough hot water will get to the radiator to get cooled off thus the overheating. Hope this helps.
Check the Tension on the Belt. If it is not tight enough or you need a New Tensioner for the Belt, It will run hot. It is not letting the Water Pump Cool the Motor fast enough. You might also Check the Radiator. If the Radiator is Even a Little Clogged, It will overheat. Also, Check the Fan clutch, If it is not working Properly, You will overheat. Let me know what you find!
Dishwashers do have a water heater element. In fact, it's the same heater that is used for hot dry, but you can switch it off for the drying cycle if you want. Dishwashers heat the water so it will be hot enough to properly clean the dishes. Sorry, you lose the bet.
Could also be a water temp problem. If the water isn't hot enough the dishwasher will run longer as it has to heat the water. This could be your water heater turned down too low or the heating element in the dishwasher isn't working properly.