WATER REMAINING ON GLASSWARE,
DISHES & UTENSILS
Condensation droplets remaining on dishes after cycle completed
How to fix
■ Dishes should be loaded in a standing position and not touch each other.
■ Please leave dishwasher door open after cool down drying to let humid air out.
■ For For better drying performance, please use dish washer rinse aid. If water still
remains on dishes after wash cycle completed, adjust rinse aid lever to level 4 in
order to increase amount of rinse aid dispensed for better drying performance.
(factory default: level 3) Try dual control, soak or sterilization for better drying.
■ Loading dishes
① Loading upper rack
② Loading lower rack
Rinse aid is a surfactant reducing water’s surface tension. This surface tension is the “skin” effect on
drops of water making them ball up rather than spread out thin on a surface for swifter evaporation. As
a surfactant, rinse aid prevents water from forming into droplets instead compelling those to drain in thin
sheets from the surface or quickly evaporate.