Why Is My GE Dishwasher’s Heated Dry Not Working?

- GE dishwasher not drying dishes properly is a common problem - Using water that is too cool can slow evaporation and leave dishes wet - Loading dishes improperly can restrict airflow and lead to wet dishes - Washing too many plastic items at once can also hinder drying - Tips for proper loading of dishes are provided - Hot water is important for preventing residue buildup and improving drying - Most dishwashers use a heating element to heat water to 145℉ - Ensure dishwasher is properly connected to hot water supply - Check that drying features are selected, such as "Heated Dry" - Some dishwashers have additional drying functions that can be manually selected - Adding a rinse aid may improve drying performance - Seek professional repair if the dishwasher still leaves dishes wet even after following these tips.