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Gritty/sandy feeling on dishes from dishwasher

After cycle is complete, using any kind of detergent, dishes have a feeling like salt dried on them...why? It's a Frigidaire UltraQuiet 111. Techs have been to the house. Was told it's junk. Got it new in 2006. Can anything help?

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You could only check the basics. Since the dishes are clean, it means they went through the wash cycle. It also means that that the holes on the washer arm are not blocked. If they were salty and dirty the wash arms would be something to check. And since they came out feeling like salt is on them its possible they didn't rinse and its also possible the dirty water didn't drain.Were your drain and fill hoses checked or did the techs just check the dish washing machine itself? Its also possible the water for rinse is not hot enough. Before the rinse cycle comes around try running the hot water at your kitchen faucet. Any other issues may be within the cycling of the machine.

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