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Kitchen Aid dishwasher KUDS35FXSXSSA


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#1 DOUG01

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Posted Yesterday, 06:24 PM

Dishwasher when using any heat cycles is condensating from the water inlet on the left side of the tub. (flap inside inlet ok) causing large mold spot on insulation blanket and same size water spot in cabinet. This is a 14 month old unit in a new home. Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.



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#2 Strathy

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Posted Yesterday, 11:30 PM

Your model number is bad.  On that style of dishwasher, check the vent for the dry cycle (top left corner of door.)  When it is blocked or not working properly, steam from the dry cycle is pushed out the fill hole and condensates on the left side fill chamber.  


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Posted Today, 05:43 AM

Although it didn't come up for this model, Whirlpool did add a plastic liner to the insulation blanket on another model with this issue. If I come across that Service Flash, I'll let you know. In the meantime, maybe someone else will know what I am talking about and post it here...


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#4 DOUG01

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Posted Today, 07:16 AM

Let me go back and recheck it. This is a solid door missed the vent somewhere.

Thanks for the advice.






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