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    Silly question.... Those who have an lg dishwasher how did you set up the softening system? And what salt did you use....I highly doubt it's table salt. LoL

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    Ok, I got the hardness part, I let the test trip guide me. Now for the salt.

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    I've never put salt in a dishwasher before.

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    Finish? So I'm guessing g they do everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    I've never put salt in a dishwasher before.
    Apparently with this one (lg) it's the hardness of the water or something. I think it's odd

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    I've heard that Miele dishwashers also have salt dispensers. Apparently it is more common in Europe and countries with hard water.

    I think you live in Adelaide?

    The water there is hard so it may be of benefit.

    I'm pretty sure Harvey Norman dishwasher salt. If you couldn't be bothered to go there, just try rock salt from the supermarket.

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    Default Tell me about your dish washer please....

    Our Hoover has the salt dispenser but the dishwasher guy said it's likely not needed here. It's more for other countries but everywhere gets basically the same units so still has it in

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    How confusing.... LoL

    Should I wait till Monday and call LG? Maybe I will.

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    Salt is not needed in most places but if you have well/bore water then you can add it.

    Rock salt is fine I believe. Also pool salt can be ok.

    I am in Brisbane and we do not bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Salt is not needed in most places but if you have well/bore water then you can add it.

    Rock salt is fine I believe. Also pool salt can be ok.

    I am in Brisbane and we do not bother.
    We have bore water but he said it still shouldn't be needed. We do have to keep on top of running a descaler through it though.


 

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