Question about Dishwashers
I suggest purchasing a pipette (long thin flexible plastic eyedropper thing) from hobby lobby, Frye's, or from a scientific lab supply.
Draw up as much a you can from inside. Apart from that unless you remove the panels from the door to access the reservoir, then it may take several more washes to remove the soap from the the rinse additive dispenser. One more thing, you could start the machine in the rinse mode to wash the dishes and stop it when done and restart in the wash mode to rinse. When that is finished, stop and restart in the drying cycle. Good Luck!
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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