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Hotpoint BF162 no longer cleans properly

My diswasher no longer cleans properly. I have cleaned the filter at the bottom. I have dteatched and cleaned the spray Arms, I have used a dishwasher cleaner regularly. The tablet dispenser door no longer opens during the wash cycle so I put the tabet on the dishwasher floor. All to no avail

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SOURCE: Hotpoint FWD70 - dispenser flap not opening. My

This has hapened to me twice. I am no expert so treat the following with caution. This is what has worked for me.

1/ I sugest you check the dispenser solenoid - it should be about 1.65K. If it is open circuit buy a new dispenser assy - about £29.00 - try http://www.hotpoint-spares.co.uk/dispenser-assembly-for-fdw70p-p-121945.html. This sorted my first failure.

2/ My second failure occured 18 months later. I removed and checked the solenoid as above. I found the resistance was OK so I put it all back together and it now works OK so I can only think that there was a bad connection at the dispenser which all the disconnection / reconnection sorted out (two connectors at dispenser).

3/ A word of warning - take especial care not to damage the seal aroud the dispenser - this seal is somewhat delicate.

4/ If all else fails, try an expert !

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