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Rins aid and salt light wont cone on

Both the rins aid light or salt aid light on my becko dwd 5410 wont come on. ive tryed filling them up but it wont turn them on. the machiene also wont take the liquid gel. weve only used the dishwasher about 5 times.cant understand whats wrong with it. thanx

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They are alerts that only come on when you DON'T have enough rinse or salt.

Posted on Apr 10, 2007

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