I have a maytag dishwasher. Model # DWC7602AAB Serial # 32743655SB. The dishes in the bottom rack seem to be coming somewhat clean but the dishes on the top rack are greasy & wet. We rinse our dishes clean before placing in the dishwasher & we are using the cascade tablets. Can you suggest what our problem may be
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It may be hard water or some other minerals in your water. there is a new product out called the dishwasher filtration system and it actually filters the water going into the dishwasher. i tried everything to get my dishes clean but nothing worked until i tried this system. my glasses all had a white, cloudy look to them and it was terrible. you can get it at www.dishwasherfilter.com. it is very affordable and works amazing. the filter fits right under the sink and solves the problem immediately. if you use the discount code DFMTEN you will get 10% off
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The problem is hard water and your softener must not be taken it all out. There is a new product out called the dishwasher filtration system.It filters the water before it enters your dishwasher. It works amazing and has a money back guarantee.You will love the way your dishes look after the first load. It is also very affordable (like 70 bucks). Go to www.dishwasherfilter.com to find out more info.
Possible that the motor impeller has good particles in it, causing poor water pressure, which would be most evident on the top rack. You would have to remove the spray arm, then the filter, then the torx screws to get at impeller....unfortunately, that model of dishwasher isn't the greatest in the first place for washing, since it only has the one spray arm.
Had similar problem with our Maytag dishwasher--we removed all spray and screen components to the inner case, cleaned the intake screen below the lower spray arm, repaired a split upper spray arm, and inspected everything for cracks or other distortion. All of this helped some, but finally improved things by changing from liquid detergent to a "packet" type. Our water is somewhat hard and builds deposits on the screen at the bottom. Run a no-dish cycle with a cup of white vinegar in the bottom.
You purchased an economy model dishwasher. Sure it will work. Would a slightly more expensive model work better? Yes. You are almost always getting the best value (performance for the dollar) when you buy a middle of the line product. In the case of the dishwasher, a bit more money would have resulted in a "tall tub" model, which would have had three wash arms, without the extending tower sprayer in the middle of the bottom rack. Once you go beyond that, you start paying for more cycles, more delux racks, and additional sound insulation, which is nice, but not essential to getting the dishes any cleaner.
Our control panel is fine. For now. (The machine is only 3 months old). This is our problem--and I haven't yet seen this complaint at all over the internt: The lower wash arm is getting stuck on the bottom rack and stopping immediately. This seems to be a design flaw. The bottom rack is just built too low. A service man was out once. He tightened the wash arm. Didn't work. The service department at the dealership is now ignoring our subsequent calls!! So I wonder if the "not cleaning" problem you have is because of this.