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Dishwasher How to get rid of bubbles from dishwasher. Used fairy liqud to solve a blockage in pipes. Not sure if worked as over ran with bubbles had to switch machine off mid cycle. Any ideas??

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Let the suds die down then pour in about 1/4 cup of vegetable oil. Start the machine and let it run a few minutes then open the door and see if it is still sudsing. This will usually kill the suds. Some times I have to repeat again but not usually. Drain the water out and run through a short cycle with regular detergent and you should be good to go again.
Mike

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

  • Michael  Lindley
    Michael Lindley Jan 07, 2008

    Just wanted to follow up on you dishwasher and see if you got suds out.

    Thanks/Mike

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1:Remove the metal front panel from the dishwasher. this may be hidden by you kitchen kickboard its held on with 5 posi screws.
2: find a round black plasitc lump, similair to a yoyo!.
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