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Beko Dishwasher using too much salt


 
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griff488

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Location: Staffordshire,
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:35 pm Reply with quote

Hi

I have a Beko DE3861FW dishwasher and it is using way too much salt. Everything inside has to be rinsed under the tap after the dishwasher finishes its cycle.
From what i can work out there is the regeneration valve and the water softner group that deals with the salt so unless there is any other components in the salt system should i replace these?
Feel free to correct me if i'm wrong or if you know what could be causing the excessive salt use?

Cheers Griff
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