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My comenda lb215 glass washer does not seem to be running properly or using the rinse aid properly. the glasses are coming out wet and with loads of condensation.

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SOURCE: Not washing properly

This D/W should have been re- called ,toooo many flaws.Sorry!

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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SOURCE: Dishes and glassware are not

never put silver in a dishwasher..
ensure the rotating arms are not being blocked by anything

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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SOURCE: our dishwasher is leaving a film on everything

Disconnect the water line to dishwasher.this may be messy.connect it to a garden hose. the hose must be new . after connecting take the other end of the hose and pour CLR solution in it using a funnel.get at least half a gallon in the hose. raise the hose as needed so all the solution will fit .pinch the hose so the CLR doesnt leak out.connect hose to faucet turn on water run a large load cycle.if dishwasher has two water hookups,then use clothes washer hookups.if the hose on the dish washer is smaller than the garden hose than get a reducer at a hardware store very cheap.if that dont work have your water tested for contaminants.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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SOURCE: prevent white cloudy ''stains'' on glasses in the dishwasher

it's most likely hard water if you don't have a water softing unit calciam will be left on your glass

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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SOURCE: I am trying to help a friend that has a Comenda

might try calling the maker direct.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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First chech the machine is warming the rinse water and not rinsing in cold water then have your chemical guy come and check that the soap/rinse ad dispenser is not dispensing too much rinse aid and naturally make sure the machine is in fact ricing with water I have had it where a glass washer takes more rinse aid then i should and does not actually rinse with clean watr it was simply spraying the rinse aid wich sounded as if it was rinsing soulution was new pc board it was not changeing programs properly if you have and older machine it proberly has a timer this too can be a cuase of the problm if it is not clicking over to allow a full rinse cycle.Hope this helps let us know.

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A frosted appearance can be caused by a couple of things in order to narrow it down, perform this test:
Purchased a gallon of distilled water from the grocery store and soak some of the glasses in this. Rinse them well and try to remove the frost with only a clean towel and the water, then dry.
Does the haze remain? If no, you either have water with contains high amounts of Total Disolved Solids (TDS) or your washer is not rinsing properly. For high TDS it will be necessary to use a filtration of some type (usually a Reverse-Osmosis System) but these are rather spendy and it is a matter of choice if you wish to invest in such things. Contact a water expert in your area for further information.
If washer is not rinsing properly, check screens and jets for any blockages and clean as necessary.
If the haze does remain, your glasses have suffered from a process known as silica etching. This is ir-reversible and glasses must be discarded if haze is not tolerable. This typically happens in areas where the water to the dish washer has been softened through a water softener, or water which is natually soft (0 grains). If this is the case, locate the bypass valve behind the softener and open it just a little. The idea is to allow a little of the hardness in the water to remain, thus preventing the silica in the glassware from exiting the glass.
Ideal water conditions for "crystal-clear" glassware is no TDS (200ppm or less) and 1-3 grains of water hardness.
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