Question about Bosch Dishwashers
That sounds more like a problem with your soap not disolving completly. Try these few simple things. First, run your hot tap at your sink until it gets hot, then start your dishwasher. What this will do is ensure that your "prewash" is using hot water.
The next thing, is you want to select the "heated wash" or "hi temp wash" option with a "normal wash" cycle. What the heated wash will do is ensure that during the main wash the water gets boosted to 140 degrees wich is the temperature that your soap breaks down at.
White film left on dishes is a classic indication that the soap has not disolved or broken down completly.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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