Question about Heating & Cooling
You are using an air conditioner to wash dishes? I don't judge. The large compartment at the bottom is where the vent collects dust, you don't want to put detergent in there.
The smaller compartment at the top is where the cooled air comes from. I would suggest that you apply detergent and water in the sink before placing them in the smaller compartment at the top to dry.
I salute you, sir or madame. Your rare approach to dishes is a testament to your ability to adapt and overcome.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
The large one with the cover can be used with a quick wash. The quick wash just cuts out one of the beginning rinse cycles but should still be opening the detergent door. The one with the slits in it is if you have particularly dirty dishes or ones that have had dirt sitting on them for a while and the detergent will go into very first rinse cycle and help to free the dirt or food. The only time the door should not open is in a rinse only cycle if your d/w has this cycle. Thanks for rating me after you read this.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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