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Member Since 07 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 17 2013 09:04 PM

#246130 Lg lds4821bb not getting dishes clean

Posted by zdog on 11 January 2013 - 07:01 PM

OK Folks, time for a little feedback.


I ordered, received and installed a new drain hose.  I ran the machine for the first time after that today.  I told the wife to just load the dishes in and don't worry about it pre-cleaning.  Good News.....everything came out cleaner than ever before.  I can start talking nice to my machine now instead of threating it with replacement. 


Thanks again for the help,




For this model---a SERIAL NUMBER is needed to narrow possible fault(s).






<<<1.  Is this most likely what is causing the dishes not to get clean?>>>




Yes--a badly crimped DRAIN HOSE can cause poor wash results.

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