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Screencast reply to a comment on our podcast episode, "Why do all new dishwashers suck?"

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Dishwasher Repair, Podcast, Screencasts 02 April 2012 · 730 views

screencast podcast dishwasher rinse aid drying
Rtnoww posted a long, rambling and erroneous comment to our podcast episode, "Why do all new dishwasher suck?" He claims that we are incorrect in saying that one of the purposes of rinse aid is to help dishwasher dry the dishes. In this short screencast, we show Rtnoww with Whirlpool's own technical training documentation why we are correct and how he is just plain out to lunch on this issue. Here's the link to the original podcast post page ==> http://fixitnow.com/...shwashers-suck/






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