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Where do you put the dish wash detergent for my dish washer!


Hi, for most dishwashers the detergent cup is behind a little door in the door of the dishwasher.. snap open the door and place the detergent in the cup while the door is open and down, then close the little door and then close the dishwasher door...

then you are ready to roll...

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Food particals left on dishes,checked wands for being pluged all seemed clear.


There should be no loose or dried fool on dishes when put into dishwasher. The dishwasher pumps water out, but not all food particles will be pumped out each cycle. To check spray arms when washer is running open the door and observe arm position and close again then open again if arms have not moved far leave the door closed longer and see that it moves freely.

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Tablet falls to the bottom of tub but wont disolve


The newer Whirlpool dishwashers have little slots in the top of the soap dispenser to allow water to seep in during the first water fill. This design allows the tablet to begin to dissolve during the first fill then be usefull when the soap door opens. In your case, I would check to see if the soap dish is opening at all. Perhaps one of the racks are not allowing clearance or the soap door itself is sticking closed.

Let the dishwasher fill, drain, and then fill again. Open the door of the dishwasher and see if the soap door is still closed and if so, there is your problem. Also, at this time, check the water temperature. It should be at least 120 degrees F for the soap to be effective.

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Which dishwashere auto resume wash cycle when door is closed?


All the tall tub dishwashers made by Whirlpool (inc. Kenmore and Kithcenaid) must have the start button pressed after adding a dish. If the start button control light is blinking, you must press start. On those models with buttons on the top of the door you must, in addition, close the door within aprox 5 seconds after pushing start. Hope this helps. Ken

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How old is this unit? Are you removing the dishes at the end of the cycle or leaving them? Are you filling the rinse aid dispenser? The new dishwasher will not dry properly without rinse aid. Dishes have to be removed at the end of the cycle because a dishwasher is a moist environment moisture will reform on the dishes if left with door closed. A dishwasher does not have a fan to move the moist.

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I found that if the rinse agent (Jet Blue) has run out the dishes stay wet.

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you mean dish sink soap lol just keep running it till its gone with out dishes may take three cycles not the first time ive seen this leave the door closed and get a mop sorry my mother in law did the same thing

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