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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2005 07:16 am
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Are you rinsing them in the sink with DISHWASHING detergent and leaving residue on the dishes?

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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2005 10:38 am
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just for the heck of it also try the crysta type and not the gel. 

Food For Thought ....also make sure who ever hooked the d/w up that it is hooked to the hot water line and not the cold.



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Improper use of rinse-aid will cause excessive sudsing as well. If your unit has an automatic rinse-aid dispenser most of them are adjustable. Turn it to the lowest setting. Since Cascade Complete already has a sheeting agent in it (rinse-aid), the lowest setting should be fine. Also, if it is designed to use liquid rinse aid, do not use those hanging solid rinse aid attachments you can buy in the store. That will cause excessive sudsing as well. Instead of only being released when needed, they dissolve during the whole cycle and can produce over-sudsing. Make sure your dishes are not to clean prior to loading. The detergent needs something to help break it down. Scrape chunks off the dishes but do not wash them prior to loading 



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