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Rinse aid dispenser can receive a maximum level of 140 ml rinse agent. Consumption rinse agent could be per wash cycle of 2 to 7 ml depending on the settings.
Thus 140 ml is enough for 20-70 wash cycles, depending on the degree of adjustment.
Too much rinse agent. If you are using powder or gel, set pointer knob on rinse agent dispenser to a lower setting. If you were using the tablets, they have rinse agent built into them, and the additional rinse agent from the dispenser equals a double dose, so the film shows up. Stop using tablets until liquid rinse agent dispenser is empty.
This could simply be a detergent problem, but is most likely due to a low salt level in the water softener. The salt is used by the water-softener to prevent hard-water deposits which result in white stains on crockery and glasses. There are several things which can cause this:
1. There is no salt in the salt container.
2. The lid on the salt container isn't screwed on properly. (Don't overtighten though!)
3. Water softener is set too low
If you've checked and topped up the salt level and the lid is screwed on fully, then your water softener may be set too low. You should consult your user manual / installation instructions to change the setting.
The white deposits can also be caused by the rinse-agent being set too low. On your washer, the adjustment will be on a dial under the flap where you refill the rinse agent. I think it's numbered 1-5, so if it's set on 1, try number 3, if it's on 3, try 4 or 5. You may have to adjust a couple of times until you get it right.
If this doesn't solve the problem, try changing your detergent. Check the packaging and if your using phosphate-free detergent, try one containing phosphates. Phosphate-free is more eco-friendly though!
I have the same dishwasher, KUDS01FLSS. All you need to do is pour the rinse agent (We use Jet Dry) directly into that circle like plug with the line through it that you mentioned above. It acts like a funnel. Pour the rinse agent in slowly as it takes time to drain into the dispenser. Just watch the little sight glass to the right of the rinse agent fill funnel. It will begin to darken (or turn blue if you use Jet Dry) as the dispenser starts to get full. I just pour it in slowly and when the rinse agent does not flow down the funnel any longer, it is full. Be sure to wipe up any spills or excess rinse agent. Hope this helps you.