Question about Dishwashers
Dishwashers do have a heating element that heats up during the dry cycle. Warm next to the d/w is normal. There is usually a switch/cycle that you can use "no heat" drying... just open the door when it finishes rinsing... also saves energy.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Unplug your Acme 6001 Juicer. Carry it to a countertop near your kitchen sink.
Run the pieces through the rinse cycle in your dishwasher or rinse under running tap water by hand. Air or wipe dry the pieces.
Wipe the base with a slightly soapy cloth. Rinse with a damp cloth and wipe dry. Reassemble your juicer by returning the pieces to the base in reverse order.
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