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Does not wash properly, does not drain

While washing the dishwasher was making a heavy clunky noise. When done there was some water left in the bottom of the drain. The dishes were not rinse thouroughly.

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Pull your spray arms and make sure the holes are clean. Next with the spray arm off check your impellors and make sure they are not broken or worn. Last but not least check your drain and make sure it flows smoothly. One of these is causing you problems.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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