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 Posted: Tue Nov 9th, 2010 10:48 pm
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Are then any clean ability issues with this model?

Soap on door since it was new

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Hello, my soapy friend. Tell me about your detergent: Brand, age, amount used. Tell also about your cycle settings: extra water heating, extra wash, etc. Finally, tell me about the water fill level in the basin: how close to the heating element.



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This DW looks like a very new model, which may mean you have not had it long.   As of July 2010 all detergent manufacturers were required to remove phosphates from their detergent.  The phosphates helped to hold hard water minerals in suspension in the water.  Now they are able to leach out of the water onto tubs and dishes.

If what your seeing is a white film, it might not be soap but rather hard water deposits.  See if your detergent box says phosphate free. It it does, run the DW with a DW cleaning solution such as Glisten.  The citric acid in Glisten, or other similar products will remove the hard water build up if this what your problem is.  If soften your water this shouldn't be an issue and what your seeing may in fact be detergent. If it is detergent, it might be due to poor water circulation which I believe is what  Mosstaffa was trying to verify with his questions.

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Our host has prepared a page on coping with phosphate-free detergents especially for you. Come, let us bask in his besotted brilliance:

http://fixitnow.com/wp/2010/08/22/coping-with-phosphate-free-dishwashing-detergents/



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My yaks love phosphates,
Makes their milk frothy and foam.
Try a yak latte.



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