I've got a GE POS dishwasher in my house, about 2.5 years old. Since
new (previous owners installed it just before we bought house) I've
hated it for two reasons. 1) the door/hinges are so flimsy that they
will go out of alignment after a while, meaning that the door won't
close smoothly as the plastic liner will be rubbing on the tub, so you
have to grab ahold of it and twist it back into shape so that it will
close smoothly for another couple weeks. Not sure that anything can be
done about this save for buying another dishwasher, which I'd like to do
someday... 2) the upper rack has a lot of friction in its slides, such
that when you're pushing it back in it will suddenly come to a halt
about 1/2 way in, causing all your glasses to fall over etc.
What can I use to possibly lubricate these glides so that this won't
happen? I thought maybe silicone might not get washed off, but spray
silicone really didn't do anything noticeable at all.
Or... should I just buy a new dishwasher? Who makes a GOOD one? One
that won't make me cuss at it for being such a flimsy, noisy, obviously
cheaply built POS?
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