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Bosch SHX43P1 doesn't dry and I have increased the setting on rinse agent. It has a sanitize light but not sure how to make it sanitize. Dishes are clean but not dry.

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  • aimeestaples May 03, 2010

    Let me clarify...the dishwasher is heating but the dishes are still wet, not completely but more than my previous dishwasher. Is there a hotter drying cycle on this model?

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Check heater & blower inside. contact service center for help.

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