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Dishwasher not washing very well

The dishwasher is not cleaning consistently. When I open the door mid cycle the water is hot and coming out of the arms but the arms are not spinning (not sure if they should be or not). The arms do move at some point as they are not in same position as they were at the start. The water is pumped away at the end and the remaining (very little bit) is clean. I've checked for bits in the arms and they are clean and have run 'dishwasher cleaner' products through the machine. Any ideas - does this sound expensive to fix? The machine is a integral Neff 4.5 years old.

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  • Lin999 May 08, 2008

    Yes I have the same sort of problem. The top shelf crockery seems clean but the dirtier things on the bottom- pans, cutlery and roasting dishes etc., that used to be cleaned perfectly, are now coming out almost as soiled as they went in. I also have cleaned all the filters and the spray arms and have run two dishwasher cleaning products through on the hottest, longest setting with no improvement. The spray arms are working well and the water heats appropriately, as I also checked mid-cycle.A plumber friend also cleaned out the inlet hose for me last week as no water was coming in then either.He solved that problem but I am still left with bad cleaning.

  • Weasel007 Sep 04, 2008

    I have a similar problem. All feeds to the arms are clear and both arms spin freely. The upper arm is intermittently fed with water pressure, whilst the lower one is fed all the time. I'm wondering if there are seperate pumps for the upper & lower arms. Any ideas? .

  • CPAJP Sep 05, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem. I have changed the upper and lower spray arms so there are definitely no blockages there. The problem remains. The unusual thing is that it is inconsistent as occassionally everything washes well.

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Hi i have a neff s5433xogb/13 and the top arm does not rotate,i have checked for any blockage and cleaned it all out any ideas please

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There are several things you can do to make sure your dishes are clean. I recommend following these 8 steps in my FAQ http://tclaundryrepair.com/ and your dishes will always come out clean

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Usual reason is that the arms are not rotating freely - they only turn by water jetting out of angled jets. blockages are not always obvious as blockage material tends to go out of sight when water pressure off. favourite culprits are rice and sweet corn

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