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Dish washing detergent will dissolve soap

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Most likely it is clogged with old detergent residue. These get plugged when the old solution sets in the line and dries out and hardens. you will need to clean the lines out, you may have to disconnest them and run hot wather thru them to clean out. Always run pure water through the attatchments and clean after using cleaning solution to clean out the lines before storing.

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Hello, W/D here.
Check the spray tips on the washing arms for blockage. If the arms are removable, take one off and place it over the sink. Take a paper clip, and bend it into an "L" shape. Use this to rake debris out of the slots near the end of the wash arms, and poke the debris in any of the nozzles back into their hole. Back wash the spray arm over the sink, flushing the residue out of the arms and re-install. For those arms that you can't remove, use the paper clip to rake the ends clean, and poke the debris in the nozzles back in the holes. You will have to check and remove the debris several times with these arms, over several cycles.
I see that you use good soap, and that's good, but consider using less of it. The detergent is abrasive, and can contribute to material on the dishes, most notably on the glassware. We have cut our detergent to about 25% of the recommended amount, and the dishes get cleaned just fine. Try cutting yours about 50% and then adjust up or down from there, depending on your washer's demands and the water quality in your area.
Preheat your water at the sink and run an empty load with two cups of vinegar, and just a sprinkle of detergent. This will help to clean out the sump of your machine.
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Are you putting the soap nozzle on the end? Either that or depending on what type of nozzle you have, some times you pull out or push in the nozzle to switch it to soap.

There has to be no pressure to draw the soap, so you either have to put in the soap nozzle in, or if it has an adjustable end, set it to soap by pushing or pulling.

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