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Dishwasher problems Purchased new Bosch diswasher last week. Dishes were EXTREMELY cloudy, so thought that we had purchased a lemon. We returned it and purchased top of the line Kitchenaid. Installed it today and dishes were still EXTREMELY cloudy. Do you think that the problems originates in the water heater.

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Re: Dishwasher problems has a great new product out that filters the water going into your dishwasher. it reduces minerals that cause that white build up or residue. it goes under the sink and doesnt take up much room at all. my dishes looked terrible until i put this filter in. it is very affordable and works great.

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The dishwasher is back to same problem. If I am being careful about the amount of soap, WHY is it getting baked on? Very. very frustrating! I appreciate your suggestions.

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Re: Dishwasher problems

No water heater problem. Make sure you are using rinse aid formula and back off the soap to 1/2 of what you were using.

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