don't recall the brand of soap, but it's the pellet type. At the end of the cycle, it is still
mostly a lump stuck to the (open) detergent door. The dishes
are still quite dirty, and while 'moist', there is no evidence they were well showered.
replace both components last week. There was no change before vs after for either.
not clear - is there a spec as to how close to the bottom of the heater is adequate? I will have to check and get back. my memory it is within 3/8", but i'd have to check.
This is a fairly new unit (2 years) but only had maybe 30 cycles usage. Was fine when new and seemingly suddenly went bad rather than gradually.
You might call it surging. But you might call it swishing. It doesn't sound like a pump is running dry, but it does pause
entirely quite often - but i thought that is normal (?)
I need to revise an answer above. Apparently it does at times 'make noise like it's trying', but no spray.
need a spec for the water level.
I'll need to check offsite and get back. This is my first time with JA. Can i just close this chat window
and log in another day to pick up where left off?
Turns out the problem is that is starts with a proper water level, but then it siphons out
as it runs. I'll be checking the internal loop and maybe adding an external one if need be.
You didn't answer the question correctly, so I'm not inclined to pay the $15. But you were certainly trying to be helpful and I don't want to hurt your reputation score either. How should I proceed? - thanks, tom