I just moved into a house which has been vacant for a while. The problem is that the Jet Dry in the dishwasher (which is fairly new) has gelled, due to it not running for a while. I've tried pouring vinegar in there and that's not helping. Any ideas?
Try some boiling water, that should take care of the problem.
By this time I assume you've run the dishwasher a few times. Many homes have the water at 120 degrees. We upped ours to 140. (no kids in the house-no danger of burning). Running the washer a few times should take care of it.
If that doesn't work, try "goo gone" (i think it's called) It comes in a citrus spray. Good luck.
That Jet Dry stuff goes into a little tank inside the door.
If you don't feel adventurous enough to take the door apart and remove the tank for cleaning, maybe you should call a technician.
I've seen this done before-- there are a few screws around the edge of the door-- and the Jet Dry tank was just clipped to the inside.
(and good luck!)
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