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Sounds like the setting is too high on the rinse aid is all.
I didn't even know this was something you could adjust. I'll have to read the manual, aka google it.
My brain hurts just reading this.
Water Softening and Rinse Aid
Change the dishwasher salt setting for use with the water softening system. The factory setting is "H:00" for no salt. Open the dishwasher door and press the "On/Off" button. Press and hold the "A" button and press "Start" until "H:00" appears. Release the buttons and press the "B" button until the desired setting is reached. If the tap water hardness is between 120 and 140, set it to "H:01." If it is between 150 and 180, set it to "H:02." If it is between 190 and 210, set it to "H:03." If it is between 220 and 290, set it to "H:04." If it is between 300 and 370, set it to "H:05." If it is between 380 and 540, set it to "H:06."
If your Bosch dishwasher is using too much rinse aid, you can adjust those settings, too. Press the "On/Off" button to change the rinse agent settings. Press and hold the ">" button and the "Start/Reset" button simultaneously. Release the ">" button. Press the ">" button again until the "Clean" light and the "Rinse Agent" lights are illuminated. Press the "<" button until the light flashes once to use the lowest possible amount of rinse agent for each load.
Press the button again until the light flashes twice to dispense a medium amount of rinse agent per load. Continue to press the button until the light flashes three times to use the highest amount of rinse agent per load. Hold the button until there is no light illuminated to turn off the rinse agent dispenser. Press "Start" to confirm.