my Kenmore diskwaher leave grit and garbage on my dishes. this is not
from the dishes that are put in it. the arems move ok and are not clogged.
drain is not clogged. seems to be heating and filling ok?
any suggenstions hot to fix this? is there a buildup of gunk someplace.
Only for idiots who run the hot rinse water continuously.
I KNOW I use much less water than a dish washer. All I need is a small
bowl with soapy water and a sponge. Turn the water on, rinse, shut the
water off. Some people are so stupid and run a full sink of water and
run the hot water the whole time for rinsing.
A dish washer fills and empties several times using hot water all the
time and use an electrical element to dry like an oven. Total waste of
power. And sometimes they don't even get all the crud off. You either
have to Pre-wash or wash again after. Really STUPID!
He's having a bit of difficulty with the arithmetic. Maybe this will help,
although I doubt it:
"As of August 11, 2009, ENERGY STAR qualified dishwashers are required to
use 5.8 gallons of water per cycle or less. Older dishwashers use much more
water than newer models. A dishwasher purchased before 1994 uses about 8
additional gallons of water in each cycle compared to a new ENERGY STAR
Even an older dishwasher would do better than the gallon "per place setting"
he's talking about.
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