Question about Dishwashers
Your heater element is probably not working. The heated water is what desolves detergent and consequentally cleans the dishes. you can check element for continuity with an ohm meter but will have to get below dishwasher. Kind of a pain, really. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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