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What is the minimum times a week that the dishwasher should be used??

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To keep the gaskets and other rubber componats from drying out run it once a week, It's also a good idea to run your garbage disposal while the dishwasher is running about once a week.

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What are the product dimensions


Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly. The installation guide with the dimensions can be found here:
http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/installation_guides/3932/KENMORE-Dishwasher-L0504234?brand_name_search=665.15952 (7.87 mb file)

The top of the cut out is 33 & 7/8" Min. to 34 & 7/8" Max (adjustable legs for height)
Minimum space to counter top parent material 1/4" (Top of dishwasher cabinet is screwed in at the top)
Depth 24 & 1/4 inch minimum
Width 24 & 1/4 inch minimum (Allows for 1/8" clearance on both sides)

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Feb 22, 2011 | Kenmore 15952 Dishwasher

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on Dec 21, 2010 | Pool & Spa

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Just want to know how hot the water temp is when dishwasher is in use.


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Most residential dishwashers will run the water at about 140 F

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Sep 14, 2010 | Hotpoint 24 in. HDA2000Z Built-in...

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TAKES A LONG TIME,


Takes a long time to what? If the entire cycle seems to take forever, one suggestion is to make sure your hot water heater is turned up. Most dishwashers requires the water to be a minimum of 120 degrees before the timer will begin. If you are using a Sani-Wash cycle, then the water need to heat up to 165 degrees. The heater can only heat the water 1 degree per minute, so if the water coming in to the dishwasher is only 100 degrees, it will take an additional 65 minutes before it will even start the cycle. You can also make sure you get the water at the sink hot before you start the dishwasher, this will ensure the hottest water is going in (only fills for 90 seconds).

Jul 30, 2010 | KitchenAid KUDR01TJ Dishwasher

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Maytag MDB7100AWW Dishwasher how many minimum amps is needed


to find out the amps needed you need to take the wattage that is listed on the information tag on the door of the dishwasher. Take the wattage number and multiply that number by 1000. Take the figure and divide it by the a/c current used to run the dishwasher this total is the minimum amps need for the proper operation of the dishwasher.

Example 35 watts X 1000 = 35000 divided by power supplied say 120 volts 29.1 amps or 30 amps

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Dave

Jan 18, 2010 | Maytag MDB7100AWB Dishwasher

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Sishwasher not used for months. Now motor only


Disassembled dishwasher. Some plastic scraps had shredded and wound itself around the pump impeller axis. It was preventing the motor from turning. Upon removal diswasher again worked fine.

Oct 22, 2009 | Hotpoint 24 in. HDA2000Z Built-in...

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I was told by a repairman that the seals around the motor swelled because I had gone on vacation for two weeks and not used the dishwasher. He charged $85 to turn the motor manually and restart the...


No. The unit most likely had some debris stuck in the macerator. The seals are water lubricated and its possible that some detergent dried between the seals. Detergent is a lot like glue when it dries. You are probably using the factory recommended amount of detergent which is, at least, twice the amount you really need. Next time you leave for an extended period, run the machine in the Rinse cycle. This will dilute or remove the detergent left in the machine

Sep 12, 2009 | GE Dishwashers

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Lg dishwasher never heats water


The LG 7811 dishwasher is supposed to even support a cold water (vs. hot water) connection. Then it will heat the water up to 120 degrees upon each fill cycle. This is not optimal and it adds much time to the already long full cycle. When you run the hot water at the kitchen sink until it is hot and then kick off the cycle, is the water hot at the beginning? It should be 120 degrees minimum and well under 140 degrees maximum.
Do you get any error codes on the display? Troubleshooting is possible, but recommend you contact LG service at the number in the user guide asap. Press for fast, free resolution to this problem. Please reply when you have gotten this fixed, explaining what fixed this nice, quiet dishwasher. Good Luck!
PS: When you get it running, do not use ultra-cheap dishwasher soap. Recommend Electrosol powder or cascade. Never use gel or tablets on this water conserving dishwasher.

Feb 02, 2009 | LG 24 in. LDF 7811 Stainless Steel...

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