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Look close at the holes in the spray bars. The can get food stuck in them. Check the sump for debris.

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SOURCE: the powder dispenser on my ls 610a dishwasher

Try to make sure that the path for water isn't blocked to the dispenser. Ours will do that too if we forget to leave some space for the streaming water to hit the little tray.

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Dishwasher gu2275xtvyo powder left in dispenser


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My son has given me his Whirlpool washing machine but I can't figure out how to take out the soap powder dispensing drawer to clean it. Can you help?


hi.
pull out the drawer as far as you can.
in the centre you can see a plastic insert (usually a different colour to the main drawer)
you should be able to press this down and this releases the catch holding the drawer in.

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The powder will not dispense. Water is getting in because the powder is wet and clumpy but is still left in the dispenser.


I suggest you remove the soap dispenser drawer and thoroughly clean it, ensuring that the outlet at the back of the drawer where the water and soap feed into the machine are completely clear of any soap buildup.

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White powder residue left on dishes after washing. I run hot water before running dishwasher, use Cascade powder (fill dispenser less than 1/2 full per installer and do not use prewash detergent...


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The scum, film and white residue problems have started since the reduction of phosphates in dishwasher detergents.

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Put powder directly in the front load drum instead of the dispenser. What will happen?


not effectively. run the machine for a long cycle to clean any excess detergent out. the add normally through the dispenser

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Soap not disolving


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Soap not being used


We learned from our new Duet that when washing with Tide soap powder, there is an adjustment inside the pull out drawer where the soap powder goes. You will see a grey plastic slider that goes to the right for liquid soap & to the left for powder soap.
Moving this slider to the left corrected this problem - not using all of the soap powder needed - for us.
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Whirlpool Front Loading Washer Does Not Dispense Softener


its not the sediment that is the problem the filter will do nothing for this problem.The best thing to do is to remove the drawer from the machine and clean the syphon on the softener compartment.It becomes blocked when excessive amounts of wash powder is being used.Alternatively the powder can be put straight into the drum.

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