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How to clean the accumulated scale and crud out of a dishwasher so it can clean the dishes better

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Dishwasher Repair 09 May 2012 · 1,035 views

dishwasher scale glisten clr

Remove the spray arms.
Soak them overnight in a tub of CLR.
With the spray arms removed,run the dishwasher so that water circulates without being restricted through spray arms.
This may dislodge some crud that can be wiped out.
Re-attach the arms and start the unit.
Once it fills and starts washing add 1 quart of white venegar to the water and let it compleete the cycle.


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Source: GE dishwasher leaving crud on dishes GLD5950N00CS




do you use d/washer magic or lemishine for this problem?

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