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2020-10-20 5:03:22 PM  

Russ1642: myth321: Most all dishwasher are a time based fill. This is figured by the normal average water pressure to the home and the size of flow washer in the inlet valve. Adding more water, per cycle, than is needed to keep the pump supplied with water would not help anything.
Four tips to make a dishwasher work better and last longer :
1 Prime your hot water line to the sink before use
2 use liquid, powder, or gel detergent, pods are not right for dw's that have 2 chambers in the dispenser
3 load heavy items, on the top rack, to the back, and
4 prop the door open with a towel to let air out in between use. This helps the racks and door gasket last longer.

The only way I can get hot water to my dishwasher is to prime the hot water line and then leave it trickling the entire time the dishwasher is running.


Longer cycles may have a thermal hold, other than that, you could use one of the heat options ( high temp washe, or sani rinse).
 
2020-10-20 5:05:51 PM  

myth321: Russ1642: myth321: Most all dishwasher are a time based fill. This is figured by the normal average water pressure to the home and the size of flow washer in the inlet valve. Adding more water, per cycle, than is needed to keep the pump supplied with water would not help anything.
Four tips to make a dishwasher work better and last longer :
1 Prime your hot water line to the sink before use
2 use liquid, powder, or gel detergent, pods are not right for dw's that have 2 chambers in the dispenser
3 load heavy items, on the top rack, to the back, and
4 prop the door open with a towel to let air out in between use. This helps the racks and door gasket last longer.

The only way I can get hot water to my dishwasher is to prime the hot water line and then leave it trickling the entire time the dishwasher is running.

Longer cycles may have a thermal hold, other than that, you could use one of the heat options ( high temp washe, or sani rinse).


Thanks for explaining my ultra-basic dishwasher to me. I obviously have no idea what I'm doing.
 
2020-10-20 6:23:58 PM  

HerptheDerp: Happy Anniversary sweetie! I bought you a new vacuum cleaner.


My wife actually asked for a Shark vacuum for her birthday last year. She's not very big and had difficulty maneuvering our Hoover around.

Yes. I vacuum as much as she does.
 
2020-10-20 9:40:40 PM  

myth321: Most all dishwasher are a time based fill. This is figured by the normal average water pressure to the home and the size of flow washer in the inlet valve. Adding more water, per cycle, than is needed to keep the pump supplied with water would not help anything.
Four tips to make a dishwasher work better and last longer :
1 Prime your hot water line to the sink before use
2 use liquid, powder, or gel detergent, pods are not right for dw's that have 2 chambers in the dispenser
3 load heavy items, on the top rack, to the back, and
4 prop the door open with a towel to let air out in between use. This helps the racks and door gasket last longer.


in re hot-water line, TIL!!! so, tyty for that.

at some point a decade or two ago, a friend's father got it in my head that dishwashers "always" heat their own water (which sounded like it made sense - better temperature regulation, not depending on hot water supply / not stealing from a shower or washing machine cycle, no weird particulates from the water heater tank, &c. &c.) - and so up until this very day in time, cold-water line was always my belief/ass-umption. even having installed and worked on dishwashers more than a few times, the existing line was always cold to the touch, so, yeah, I just ass-umed.

also, very interesting note about the tidepods! we're about to run out, which is the point I sometimes do the "spoon of baking soda and 2 drops of dish soap" thing, so huh yeah I'll buy a box of Cascade instead of the blobs.

/it's always a good day when I learned something!
 
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