|Dishwasher - Common Causes of Spotting, Grit, and Film on Dishes|
To check the water temperature, run the hot water at the kitchen sink and measure the temperature of the running water with a canning or meat thermometer. Adjust the temperature of the water heater accordingly.
To be sure that the dishwasher is filling with the hottest possible water, run the hot water faucet at the kitchen sink prior to operating the dishwasher. Also, avoid running the dishwasher while hot water is being used for other activities
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Also, check the water inlet for kinks. Dishwashers require 15 to 120 psi and should be installed using 3/8" o.d. copper or 1/2" o.d. plastic water line. Using a water line that is too small will restrict proper water flow into dishwasher.
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|If the above suggestions do not resolve the issue, service may be needed. If you would like to schedule a service appointment, please contact GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 or schedule a service appointment on-line.|