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Kenmore Elite not heating water but heats during drying cycle

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16345Ed

Yes there is always that chance. 

Easy to test. 

Position spray arm pointing straight at you. 

Close door start wash cycle, once you hear wash cycle circulation open door. 

Is spray arm in same position? Or has it moved?

Also closely inspect spray arms openings, looking for clogs and cracks. 

Are you using rinse aid?

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xyourobob

The arms are definitely spinning, we swapped out the the little biscuit soaps out for a liquid and I assume coupled with the increased water temperature she seems to be cleaning much better. Even the interior of the dishwasher seems to shine more after a wash. Thank you everyone for your input.

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16345Ed

Glad to hear it, thanks for reporting back. 

8 hours ago, xyourobob said:

The arms are definitely spinning, we swapped out the the little biscuit soaps out for a liquid and I assume coupled with the increased water temperature she seems to be cleaning much better. Even the interior of the dishwasher seems to shine more after a wash. Thank you everyone for your input.

 

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Kendell

Run lemishine or other dw cleaner through dw   It may takebseveral times. If cold water was used, the soap will not break down and therefore pump and spray nossles could be plugged with soap see above.

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RhodyGrad

Also, make sure you are using a Jet Dry agent to allow for the water to sheen off of glasses, plates, everything but plastic

 

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