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SHU43 built in dishwasher

We have been using Jet Dry and getting water hot first, but dishes come out completely wet. We have to dry everything with hand towel. Is there a dryer element or such that may be out. Also is there anyone in the Little Rock, AR area that works on these. Thanks.

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There is no heater element in bosh D/W
Problaby, your hot water is not hot enough and I don't know nobody in your area.Your water heater in your home should be set at 120-140 degrees, read the book to make sure.

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