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The word dishwasher means either the person who washes (cleans) dishes or a machine that does the same thing. A person could wash dishes either by hand or by operating a dish washing machine.[1]

Washing dishes in cars, as a rule, is carried out with the use of special portion detergents. Means for manual washing of dishes cannot be used in the car as they foam strongly, which can disrupt the normal operation of the water level sensor and lead to dry operation of the circulation pump. For light pollution, washing is possible without the use of chemicals, when cleaning is carried out by washing with hot water. Nevertheless, manufacturers recommend periodically using chemicals to avoid the accumulation of fat deposits in the nodes of the machine.

The dishwasher requires regular inspection and cleaning of filters. For regions with hard water, periodic descaling of the machine is recommended using chemicals specially designed for this purpose.

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  1. Problems with condensation in the dishwasher