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The only thing you can do is rinse the plates off before you put them in the dishwasher. Use a high temperature was from time to time and check and clean the filters a least once a week. Finally hang a deodorizer such as the following on the top basket --
If you wish the full information. after the washing period finishes there is a quantity of water laden with small food/fat particles in the sump. these partilces as the water cools solidify inside the pipes and sump area below the filter as this is the lowest point.. Over a period of time these build up into a sludge which is then circulated as the new wash takes place. The lower the wash temperature the more the sludge. Over time the decomposition of the food residue gives off an unpleasant aroma which causes the dishwasher to smell musty. This can usually be rectified as advised above. With regard to your $35 this had not been paid to me nor will it be until such time as you are happy with the response. Regarding your question 'how do I stop this happening' -- you can't a new dishwasher has not debris, the debris is introduced into the dishwasher by the owner. Only the owner can minimize the debris but following the intructions in the first paragraph will help you minimize it. Regarding a conversation - if you rate the answer and post your phone number to '*****@******.***' I will be happy to talk to you at no extra charge.