OPERATING YOUR DISHWASHER
1. Prepare and load dishwasher
IMPORTANT: Remove leftover food, bones, toothpicks and other hard items from dishes. Remove labels from containers before washing.
■ Make sure when dishwasher door is closed, no items are blocking detergent dispenser.
■ Items should be loaded with soiled surfaces facing down and inward to the spray as shown in the graphics above. This will improve cleaning and drying results. Angle dirtiest dish surface downward, allowing space for water to flow up through rack and between dishes.
■ Avoid overlapping items, like bowls or plates, that may trap food.
■ Place plastics, small plates, and glasses in upper rack.
■ Wash only items marked “dishwasher safe.”
■ To avoid thumping/clattering noises during operation,load dishes so they do not touch one another. Make sure light weight load items are secured in racks.
■ Use slots in the covers and suggested loading patterns to keep your silverware separated for optimum wash.
■ If your silverware does not fit into the designated slots, lift and slide covers off to remove them and mix silverware types to keep them separated.
■ When loading silverware, always place sharp items pointing down.
2. Check that all arms spin freely
Items in the rack can block the spray arms.
3. Add detergent
High-quality premeasured tablets and packs are recommended for improved performance.
Quality tablets and packs have been proven better than powder, liquid, or gel detergents at reducing filming on dishes. Using tablets and packs over time will start to reduce or eliminate white film. They are suitable for all water hardness and soil levels. Also, by using a rinse aid, you can minimize repeat buildup of white film (not all packs and tablets contain rinse aid). Always place premeasured detergents in main compartment and close lid.
NOTE: Follow instructions on the package when using other dishwasher detergent types. See the complete User Instr
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