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My Bosch dishwasher is 8 years old and always worked well.. About a year or two ago the dishes started coming out dirtier than when they were put in, frequently encrusted with dirt and shredded dirt which looked like finelly shredded vegetable discards from the garbage disposal. The first set of repairmen sold me a new pump. The next people told me there was nothing wrong with it. The third repairman told me that I have to set the water heater on very High (for $98.00)

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I do know this on most dishwashers water temp must be @ least 120 and not exced 150 degree`s before they will go into a complete wash cycle

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