Question about Dishwashers
Check the outlet holes on both spray arms for clogs. If necessary, remove the spray arms, clean out the holes and empty out any debris inside the spray arms. Verify that the upper arm is turning also.
If the machine does not drain completely at the end of the cycle, the pump drain outlet is partially blocked and you are retaining dirty water for the next load.
You may have a chemistry problem - inferior soap, empty rinse agent dispenser, or extremely hard water.
Improper arrangement of the dishes can prevent some from being washed. Make sure no dish blocks the spray to another.
Posted on Jul 23, 2011
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