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If your dishwasher is leaving spots or a film on your glassware, there may be several reasons why this is happening. Here are some potential causes and solutions:

By addressing these potential causes, you may be able to solve the issue of spots and film on your glassware. If none of these solutions work, it may be necessary to call a professional appliance repair service to diagnose and fix the problem.

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How to Prevent Water Spots on Your Dishes?

Here are some tips to prevent water spots on your dishes:

  1. Use a rinse aid: A rinse aid can help prevent water spots by causing the water to bead up and roll off your dishes.
  2. Use the right amount of detergent: Using too much detergent can leave residue on your dishes, which can lead to water spots. Make sure you’re using the recommended amount of detergent for your dishwasher.
  3. Use hot water: Hot water can help dissolve and rinse away any detergent or food residue on your dishes, which can help prevent water spots.
  4. Avoid overcrowding: Overcrowding your dishwasher can prevent water from reaching all of your dishes, which can lead to water spots. Make sure you’re loading your dishwasher correctly and not overloading it.
  5. Use a water softener: If your area has hard water, installing a water softener can help prevent mineral buildup on your dishes, which can cause water spots.
  6. Hand dry your dishes: If you notice water spots on your dishes after running your dishwasher, you can hand dry them with a soft cloth or towel to prevent the water from drying on the surface and leaving spots.

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