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Maytag MDB6600AAW. Very Loud when washing, now door handle sticking

This machine seems to be loud then quiet when washing, but dishes comeout somewhat clean. We have very hard water. Also, now the door handle keeps sticking. Are these dishwashers plagued with problems and is there anything we can do about it?

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When the unit is running it is normal that it is a little more quiet. I think what your hearing is in the drain cycle for the first 30 seconds it is quieter than the next 60 seconds. The reason is in the first 30 seconds the water is leaving the machine and muffels the sound of the pump, for the next 60 seconds the pump is turning but the water is for the most part gone and the pump is sucking air which is louder and is normal.

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