Question about Dishwashers
Try using less detergent if you are using liquid or powder.. but prior to doing that... make sure the drain filter screen is free of any food byproducts and start a cycle on the hottest setting ( without loading any dishes)... wait a few minutes for the water to start and pause the system... then add in a cup of white vinegar to clean out any mineral deposits that may have built up inside the system.. let it finish and look for any residue inside the dishwasher.. You may also check the spray arm for blockage... make sure all the ports ( holes ) are free and unclogged...Chances are that cycling it clean and using less detergent will solve your problem.. Good Luck...
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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