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Good morning, welcome to the Technical section in JustAnswer. My name is ***** ***** I will help you today.You'll have to do your best to scoop out as much as you can. You could use a vacuum cleaner with a hose, but not directly into the filter area. Tape a drinking straw, or similar, to the end of the vacuum hose and use the straw to gently suck out the salt - slowly so that it doesn't clock the straw.When you've done that, flood the remainder with hot water (from the hot tap, not from the kettle), and stir in the salt to dissolve it. When enough of it is in solution you can then operate the dishwasher to pump it out.So that I can give you accurate guidance, please provide the make and complete model number of the shower.( I am about to take a late lunch so there might be a delay before my next reply. )_____If you receive a phone call offer, please ignore it - these are system generated and outside my control. My understanding is that you won't be charged if there's no phone call.
Let me know how that goes, and if you can't dissolve the salt. The worst thing would be to end up clogging out the outlet pump with impacted salt crystals.
Good morning, how are you getting on with your dishwasher?