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Dishwasher doesn't clean very well.


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#1 Saryn

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Posted 17 August 2005 - 04:32 PM

Just moved into this place.  All the appliances came with it and seem to be pretty new.  My dishwasher is a GE Nautilus, and IS used.    We pre-washed most of the things that went in, but when things came out they seemed a lot dirtier than when they went in.  like the glass cups came out with some shard specs all over them and a lot other crap.  I dunno if the dishwaser burped or what, but things don't come out very clean.  Any suggestions?

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Posted 17 August 2005 - 04:41 PM

First suggestion would be to post a model number.  Second suggestion is to see if the tub has enough water for proper recirculation to wash the dishes, see how much is in the tub when it stops filling.  Should be up to the heating element. Also make sure the water is 120* to 140* going into the unit.
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