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GE Nautilus Soap does not dissolve

The Soap dish opens during the cycle, but is still filled with soap when the cycle is complete. Dishes and silverware are coated with dry hardened soap.
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  • a440perf Jun 28, 2008

    My flatware and some of my plastic items are coated with white residue and I use liquid soap.

  • helpforme Jul 16, 2008

    Same problem exactly...soap dispenser door opens, but a big hard lump of soap is sitting there when the cycle is over.

  • betsygillen Jul 20, 2008

    I am also getting white streaks on my silverware and glasses....

  • JESICCA Oct 15, 2008

    THE SAOP DOES NOT DISSOLVE AND IT REMAINS IN THE CUP TILL THE END OF THE CYCLE

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What is happening, is that your dishes are washing dry. Start the dishwasher and slowly turn the timer till it starts to fill. Let it go and see how they are after

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The Water Inlet Valve is not Working. This is a small piece at the bottom of the dishwasher where the inlet hose connects to. The Valve is stuck and water will not enter the dishwasher itself. Of course this is one of the most expensive pieces of the dishwasher to replace!

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