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Part No. 6 920186 2005 Maytag Appliances Sales Co.


What You Need to Know About Safety Instructions

Warning and Important Safety Instructions appearing in this manual are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. Common sense. caution and care must be exercised when installing. maintaining or operating tile dishwasher.

Always contact the manufacturer about problems or conditions you do not understand.

Recognize Safety Symbols.



Important Safety Instructions

Read all instructions before using the dishwasher.

Use the dishwasher only for its intended function.

Disconnect electrical power to dishwasher before attempting to service.

To avoid electrical shock hazard. the sides and back must be enclosed and the front panels must be attached before electrical power is applied to the dishwasher. Refer to the installation instructions for proper grounding procedures.

Connect to a properly rated. protected and sized power supply circuit to avoid electrical overload.

Children should never be permitted to operate. or play in. with. or around this dishwasher. To reduce the risk of injury when loading items to be washed. sharp or pointed items should be located with the handles up. Also. load sharp items so they are not likely to damage the door seal.

Do not touch the heating element on the bottom of the tub during or at the completion of a cycle. It will be [lot.

Use only detergents and rinse additives designed for a residential automatic dishwasher. Never use soap. laundry detergent. or hand washing detergent in your dishwasher. Keep these products out of reach of children.

10. Do not sit. stand on or abuse the door or dish racks of the dishwasher.

11. Under certain conditions. hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot water system that has not been used for two weeks or more. Hydrogen gas is explosive. If the hot water system has not been used for such a period. turn on all hot water faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable. do not smoke or use an open flame during this process.

12. Do not wash plastic items unless marked "dishwasher safe" or the equivalent. For plastic items not so marked. check the manufacturer's recommendations.

13. Do not tamper with controls.

14. To prevent accidental child entrapment and suffocation risks. always remove the door to the washing compartment when removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding it.

15. Use caution when unloading the dishwasher. Dishes will be hot if unloaded shortly after a cycle has completed.

16. Certified residential dishwashers are not intended for licensed food establishments.

17 To avoid water. mold or mildew damage to your home. inlet and drain hose connections should be checked


Most tableware. cookware and flatware can safely be washed in your dishwasher.

Check with the manufacturer.

Aluminum Yes. except anodized.

High water temperature and detergents may affect finish.

Cast Iron No Seasoning will be removed. and iron will rust.

China/Stoneware Yes. except antique or Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. hand-painted.

Antique. hand-painted or over-the-glaze patterns may fade. Gold leaf may discolor.

Crystal Yes. except antique or Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. delicate crystal.

Some types of leaded crystal may etch with repeated washings.

Filters Not recommended.

May leave a dingy deposit or stain on dishwasher interior.

Glass Yes A specialty glass called milk glass can yellow with repeated

Gold-Plated No Will discolor.



Tin No

Plastics Yes. top rack. except Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. disposable plastic Plastics vary in their capacity to withstand high water items. temperatures and detergents.

Disposable plastic items are not dishwasher safe for this reason.

Stainless Steel Yes Run a Rinse Only cycle (select models) if not washing immediately.

Prolonged contact with foods containing salt. vinegar. milk products or juice could damage finish.

Sterling Silver or Silverplate

No. if has commercial


Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing.

Run a Rinse Only cycle (select models) if not washing immediately.

Prolonged contact with food containing salt. acid or sulfide (eggs. mayonnaise and seafood) could damage finish.

Commercial "darkening" may be removed by detergent.

Wooden Items No Wood may warp. crack or discolor.


Before You Start

• Don't prerinse.

Simply scrape off any bones or large food particles.

• If connected to a food waste disposer. make certain the disposer is empty before starting the dishwasher.

• Scrape off tomato-based food soils (see page 12).

• Remove certain foods such as mustard.

After loading the dishwasher and adding detergent. select the desired cycle and options by pressing the pads.

The indicator lights for the selected cycle and options will illuminate.

To cancel an option press the pad again.

To start a cycle. close the door until it latches then press the START/Cancel pad once. After a pause. the fill will begin.

The display countdown (select models) will flash until START/Cancel is pressed.


• If START/Cancel is not pressed within seconds of choosing your cycle. the dishwasher will turn off.

The dishwasher remembers your last cycle so you do not have to reset the cycle each time.

To start the dishwasher using the same cycle and options selected on the previous wash. just press the START/Cancel pad.

To cancel a running cycle. press the START/Cancel pad once.

The dishwasher will drain. then shut off.

To turn the dishwasher off


• If a cycle pad is pressed after the controls have been "locked in. the light above the current cycle will flash three times.

Adding a Forgotten Item

For best cleaning. the forgotten item should be added

Grasp door handle and unlatch door without opening completely.

All lights will flash to indicate that the cycle is suspended.

Wait for the water circulation to stop.

Open the door and add the item.

Close and latch the door.

Lights will stop flashing when the door is properly shut.

After a slight delay. the cycle resumes automatically at the point of interruption.


• If the door is opened during a running cycle.

• Extended interruption of the wash cycle is not recommended.

General Recommendations

[Rack features vary by model)

• Items can be centered behind a single tine or loaded

• Avoid blocking or preventing the spray arms from spinning freely.

Do not allow items to extend beyond the racks.

• Face soiled surfaces toward the center of the dishwasher.

For best dishwashing results follow guidelines on following pages to determine the best arrangement for your items.



10 Place Setting Load

Upper Rack

3 saucersare




Lower Rack

Upper Rack

Glasses. cups. stemware. light-weight plastics. plates. bowls. pans. long-handled utensils etc. can be loaded in this rack. Do not load glasses over the tines.

The Stack-Rack TM (select

The edge of the Stack Rack TM (select models) is

The Folding Tines (select models) located in the

To lower tines. carefully push the tines out of each holder toward the center of the rack and lay the tines down.

The Cup Clips (select models) located in the

The Vari-Lock TM Snugger (select models) on the

For best results with tall

Snugger (select models).


Lower Rack

A variety of items such as dinner plates. mixing bowls. pots and pans and baking dishes can be loaded in this rack.

Tall items such as bakeware

With the Stack

Rack TM (select models) shelf raised. thin items like cookie sheets

Positioning the Fold Away TM Tines (select models) flat in the back.


Convertible Tines (select



Utensil Baskets

Removable Standard Utensil Basket (select models)

For best cleaning results. prevent items from nesting together by placing some items in the basket with handles up and some with handles down.

Load knives

Be sure that thin. finely pointed items do not extend through the basket.

This could block the lower wash arm.

Small. lightweight items like baby spoons and plastic measuring spoons should be placed in the section(s)

Split & Fit TM Utensil Basket

(select models)

The split silverware basket can be separated and placed in several locations in the lower rack. Load flatware and utensils

To split the basket. hold the basket

Odds & Ends Basket (select models)

Use this supplemental



Adjustable Rack [select models)

The Adjustable Upper Rack (select models) can be raised or lowered to accommodate taller plates. platters. pans. etc. optimizing useable space in both upper and lower racks.

Full size dinner plates can be

To lower the rack:

1. Pull the rack fully out.


2. Place thumbs on each lever on

3. Press down on the levers with thumbs and

To raise the rack:

1. Pull the rack fully out.

2. Place hands on both sides and lift up until rack comes to a stop and latches in place.


• The dishwasher will not

• The left and right side adjusters on the racks must both be fully in the upward or downward position for proper connection.

Removing the Upper Rack

The rack can be removed when tall or oversized items need to be loaded into the lower rack.

Unload the

To remove rack with tab-lock rack stops:

1. Roll the rack '/3to '/2of the way out.

2. Locate the rack stops at the end of each track.

Squeeze the tab in the middle of the rack stop and pull the rack stop straight out. Take care to support the rack while removing the rack stops.

3. Roll the rack all

To replace: Style may vary by model 1. Replace the

Tab Lock Rack Stop

2. Push each rack stop squarely into the end of the track until the catch pops into the small hole on the side of the track.

Dishwasher Use

Hot Water

For optimal cleaning and drying results. hot water is necessary.

The incoming water temperature

To check the incoming water temperature. turn on the hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher and let it run


Use a detergent designed specifically for use in an automatic dishwasher.

Be sure it is fresh. Store

Recommended Amount

Too little detergent results in poor cleaning. hard water filming/spotting and poor drying. Too much detergent can cause permanent etching/cloudiness.

Suds can cause the dishwasher to overflow.


The amount of detergent to use is determined by the hardness of the water and soil level of the load. Refer

Light Soil 2 tsp 6 tsp Soft (0-4 gpg) Normal Soil /4tsp 6 tsp Heavy Soil 4 tsp 7 tsp

Medium [5-9 gpg) Light Soil 4 tsp 6 tsp Normal Soil 4 tsp 6 tsp Heavy Soil 5 tsp 7 tsp

Hard (10-12 gpg) All Levels 5 tsp 8 tsp

+Your local water utility or state university extension service can tell you the degree of water hardness in your area.

In extremely hard water conditions (13 grains per

Add recommended amount of detergent to each cup as shown and close the detergent lid.

Do not use detergent with the Rinse Only (select models) cycle.

Leave the detergent lid open when running Rinse Only (select models).

Rinse Aid

Regular use of a rinse aid improves drying.

An automatic rinse aid dispenser is located next to the detergent cup.

The window next to the dispenser cap indicates when the rinse aid reservoir needs to be refilled.

When the

To add rinse aid to the

Remove the cap and pour liquid rinse aid into the

Cvcles. ptionsandLights


Choose the cycle that best describes your dishload by pressing the corresponding touchpad. (See page 3. Operating Tips. for how to begin the cycle).

Heavy Wash Long cycle for heavy food soils. 2 washes/3 rinses

Medium cycle for average food Normal Wash soils.

Precision CleanTM Turbidity 97-117 1-2 washes*/1-2 rinses* sensor is active with this cycle.

Light Wash Short cycle for light food soils. 1 wash/2 rinses

Designed to select the number Auto Clean of water fills best suited for the soil level of each load.

Precision 94-128 1-2 washes*/2-3 rinses* (select models) CleanTM Turbidity sensor is active with this cycle.

Rinses dishes being held until 1 rinse Rinse Only there is a full load.

Insta-Wash Quick cycle for light food soils. 1 wash/2 rinses (select models) Does not include drying time.

Numberof fills will vary dependingon the soil level of each load.


• Depending on water temperature. there may be time added to the cycle to bring water up to temperature.

• Cycle times shown in the numerical display (select models) will increase or decrease. based on each load's soil level. water temperature and selected options.

• Only the following certified cycles have been designed to meet NSF requirements (NSF/ANSI 184 Residential Dishwashe0 for sanitization: Auto Clean (select models).

Heavy Wash. Normal Wash and Light Wash.

Cycles. ptionsnndLights


In addition to choosing a cycle from page 7. choose as many available options as are needed for your dishload.

Hi Temp Wash Hi Temp Wash provides additional heat during the wash portion All cycles (select models) of the cycle. which ensures proper water temperature for better (except Rinse Only cleaning and drying results.

It also adds an additional rinse to [select models]) the cycle which improves results in hard water situations.

ToughScrubZM/ Selected when washing loads with hard-to-remove food soils.

Heavy Wash ToughScruh TM Plus Depending on which cycle is being used. this option adds Normal Wash (select models) heat and/or wash time to the wash cycle.

Light Wash Auto Clean (selectmodels]


(select models)

160 ° Wash

(select models)

Heated Dry

Sanitizes dishware.

When cycle monitor recognizes that the proper conditions have been met. Sanitized light will activate at the end of the cycle. Sanitization may not be achieved if there is an interruption of the cycle. power failure or if the incoming water temperature is below 120° F [49 ° C].

Raises temperature in the final rinse to 160° E This option can be used with any cycle except Insta-Wash (select models) and Rinse Only.

For enhanced drying results select this option.

When Heated Dry is not selected. towel drying of some items such as plastic and items with non-stick surfaces may be necessary and more moisture may be noticed adhering to the dishwasher interior.

In models with plastic interiors. it is normal to notice vapor escaping from the door vent as the heat dries your dishes.

Vapor will escape even if Heated Dry is not selected.

Heavy Wash* Normal Wash* Light Wash* Auto Clean* (selectmodels)

Heavy Wash Normal Wash Auto Clean* (selectmodels]

All cycles (except Rinse Only)

StartJCancel Starts and stops dishwasher.

See page 3 under Operating Tips: All Cycles Operating the Dishwasher. for explanation.

Used to automatically start the cycle at a later time. See page 10 All Cycles Delay for instructions.

Control Lock Option Locks control touchpad to prevent unwanted use. See page 10 All Cycles (select models) for instructions.

Onlythese cycles havebeendesignatedto meetNSFrequirements(NSF/ANSI 18/4ResidentialDishwasher)for sanitization.

Cycles. ptions(andLights



The Delay option can be used to automatically start the cycle at a later time to reduce daytime heat

To set up a Delay:

Select the appropriate cycle and options for the load.

Close the door.

Press the Delay pad until the desired amount of delay time is selected.

The Delay indicator and the count down display (select models) will flash until the START/Cancel

As soon as the START/Cancel pad is pressed. the flashing will stop and the delay time will begin counting down. The Delay indicator will remain lit

The cycle will automatically start as soon as the delay time expires.

Control Lock Option (select models)

The control touchpads can be locked to prevent unwanted use.

If this feature is activated between

Setting the Control Lock:

Press the Heated Dry pad for three seconds.

An indicator light next to the lock graphic will illuminate when the controls are locked.

To Cancel:

Press the Heated Dry pad for three seconds.

The indicator light will go off.


• If a cycle or option pad is pressed after the controls have been locked. the indicator light next to the lock graphic will flash five times.

On selected models with a countdown display. the display will flash an "L" simultaneously with the lock indicator.

• This option does not lock the door. only the dishwasher controls.


• If 30 seconds elapse between setting the cycle and options and pressing the START/Cancel pad. the dishwasher will turn off.

To cancel a Delay:

When the delay is counting down. press the Delay pad

To cancel a Delay and the cycle:

• Press START/Cancel once to drain and turn off the

• Press START/Cancel twice to turn dishwasher off

Cycles. ptionsnndLights

Lights/Display (select models)

Time Remaining Display (select models)

Clean Light

Drying Light (select models)

Washing Light (select models)

Heating Delay Light (select models)

Sanitized Light (select models)

Shows approximate minutes remaining in a cycle. The symbol H" will appear when cycle time is greater than 99 minutes.

Cycle times shown in the numerical display (select models) will increase or decrease. based on each load's soil level. water temperature and selected options.

Illuminates at the end of the cycle and remains lit until the door has been open for 30 seconds continuously.

Illuminates during the entire dry period and goes out when the cycle is completed.

Illuminates during all rinse and wash portions of the cycle.

Illuminates when cycle is being extended to heat the water.

Illuminates at the end of the cycle when conditions have been met to achieve sanitization.

The light will remain lit until the door has been open for 30 seconds continuously.


• When Sanitize is selected. cycles are monitored to assure sanitization.

The Sanitized light will not activate if sanitization requirements are not met. This could happen if the cycle is interrupted. power failure occurs or incoming water temperature is below 120° F (/49° F).

• The Clean and Sanitized indicator lights (select models) will not relight after a power failure until after the next cycle is run.


General Recommendations

• The dishwasher interior is normally self-cleaning.

Periodically check the bottom of the dishwasher tub to see if any large particles remain.

• Wipe the edge of the inner door liner to remove any food soil splashes which occurred during loading.

• When cleaning stainless steel. always wipe with the grain. Never use products containing chlorine bleach or citric acid.

• The color from some tomato-based food soils may occasionally adhere to various components of the dishwasher interior. causing temporary discoloration.

To minimize this:

• Remove excess tomato-based food soils from dishes.

• Run the Heavy Wash cycle when washing loads containing tomato-based food soils.

• Use a dishwasher detergent that contains chlorine to better fight staining.

Standard Exterior Light to moderate Soft damp cloth and liquid spray cleaner.

Daily cleaning and light soil Stainless Steel Exterior (select models)

Moderate to heavy soil

Streaks or fingerprints/restore shine


Interior Light to moderate

Discoloration. or tomato-based stain

+Brand names are trademarks of the respective manufacturer.

+*Call 1-877-232-6771 to order.

Do Not use abrasive powders or cleaning pads.

Soft cloth or sponge and one of the following:

• Mild detergent and water

• A solution of white vinegar and water

• Formula 409 Glass and Surface Cleaner*. or similar multi-surface cleaner.

• Do Not use products containing chlorine bleach or citric acid.

Follow with rinse and dry.

Soft cloth or damp sponge and Bon Ami*.

Follow with rinse and dry.

Soft cloth and Stainless Steel Magic Spray**.

Soft cloth or damp sponge and Cameo Stainless Steel Cleaner*.

Rinse immediately and dry.

Soft cloth or damp sponge.

Switch dishwasher detergent to chlorine-based


Fill detergent cup with a fresh-scented dishwasher detergent or baking soda and select the Normal Wash cycle. Allow the dishwasher to complete the cycle. Then turn the water supply off and drain the dishwasher.

To drain. press the START/Cancel pad once to activate the dishwasher.

Press START/Cancel again to activate

When turning the water supply to the home off. the water shut off at the dishwasher must be turned off also.



Dishwasher will not fill Press the START/Cancel pad to start the dishwasher. Be sure door is latched securely. Be sure the water is turned on. Check that the pad is properly selected for a cycle. Check your home's circuit breaker or fuse box. Check inlet hose for a kink. Check water valve inlet for sediment and clean if necessary.

Dishwasher will not drain/ If hooked up to a food waste disposer. be sure the knock-out is removed from the water in tub bottom disposer inlet. Check for food obstruction in the drain or disposer. Check drain hose for a kink. Check your home's circuit breaker or fuse box. Check that the cycle is completed.

Dishwasher adds water at This is normal. The sensor (select models) in the pump must stay submerged so a end of cycle short fill of water is added after the cycle's last drain.

Detergent cup is not empty Check that the cycle is completed. Be sure dispenser is not blocked. Use fresh detergent stored in a cool. dry place.

Dishwasher seems noisy A water valve hiss during fill is normal. Water circulation sounds are normal. A thumping sound may be a wash arm bumping an item that is extending beyond the racks. Readjust load to avoid obstructing wash arm. Chopping or grinding sounds may be heard as the internal chopper blade chops hard items like fruit seeds. nuts. etc. Humming during the drain is normal. A snap noise is the detergent cup lid hitting the door liner when the dishwasher door is opened at the end of the cycle. This is normal. Proper installation affects the noise level.

Cycle takes too long ToughScrubT% ToughScrub TM Plus or Sanitized (select models) has been selected and the cycle is extended to heat water. Check to see that the incoming water temperature is 120° F (49° C).

Dishwasher has an odor Run dishes being held in the dishwasher through a Rinse Only cycle (select models). Many dishwashers have a "new" smell when first installed. This will dissipate with use. Dishwasher may not be draining properly. (See "Dishwasher Will Not Drain" section.) For a strong odor. place baking soda in both sides of the detergent cup. Select Light Wash cycle and allow the water to circulate for about 10 minutes. Interrupt the cycle by unlatching the door and let it stand overnight. Restart the dishwasher by latching the door and allow it to complete the cycle. Another alternative is to use a dishwasher cleaning product such as Jet-Dry Dishwasher Cleaner*.

Dishwasher leaks Check that the dishwasher is level. (Refer to the Installation Instructions.) Suds can cause the dishwasher to overflow. Measure the detergent carefully and use only detergents designed for use in a dishwasher. Less detergent is needed in soft water. Try another brand of detergent if sudsing continues. Follow directions closely on how to add a forgotten item (log. 3). To avoid rinse aid leaking from the dispenser. be sure the lid is securely attached.

Indicator lights flashing The countdown display (select models) flashes after a cycle is selected until the START/Cancel pad is pressed. The countdown display (select models) and the delay indicator flash after a delay is selected until the START/Cancel pad is pressed. All active display indicators flash if the door is opened during a running cycle or delay. The currently selected cycle flashes if an attempt is made to change the cycle after cycle "lock-in". The lock indicator flashes and the countdown display (selected models) flashes an "L" if a pad is pressed while the control lock is enabled. Cont.

+Brand names are trademarks of the respective manufacturer.

Display time drops This is normal when the Auto Clean (select models) or Normal Wash cycle is selected and the dishwasher decides to skip or add a drain and refill.

Select Hi Temp Wash option.

Check water temperature. Incoming water should be 120° F (49° C).

Always use a rinse aid.

Confirm that the cloudiness is removable by soaking the item in white vinegar for approximately 5 minutes.

If removed. the problem is due to hard water. Adjust detergent amount being used to match water hardness (pg. 7). Be sure detergent is fresh. stored properly and is a high quality brand.

If cloudiness is not removable. it is etching. This is an erosion of the surface of the glassware and can be caused by water that is too hot. from using too much detergent or by prewashing.

Detergent needs food soil to act upon. If etching has occurred. the glassware is permanently damaged. To prevent further etching. adjust the detergent amount to match the water hardness. stop prewashing. and use water heating options only when incoming water temperature is below 120° F (49° C).

Check water temperature.

Incoming water should be 120° F (49° C).

Run [lot water at the sink before starting the dishwasher.

Check water hardness and adjust detergent amount accordingly (pg. 7).

Use fresh detergent stored in a cool dry place.

Select proper cycle for the soil level (pg. 8).

Select proper option. ToughScrub TM. ToughSerub TM Plus or Hi Temp Wash (select models).

Make sure the upper rack wash arm connector is correctly aligned in one of the water inlet holes (pg. 6).

Load items so they do not block the wash arms (pgs. 3-6).

Load the utensil basket with knife handles up and spoon and fork handles down.

Do not place glasses over tines.

Before loading. scrape off burnt on foods and wipe the starchy film from utensils used with pasta. rice and oatmeal. These soils require more energy than the rest of the load to clean.

Aluminum utensils or pans carl leave marks when they rub against other items. Leave a slight space between items.

Iron deposits in the water carl leave a yellow. brown or orange film on dishes or the dishwasher tub. A rust filter may be needed. Check with a water treatment company.

Separate silver or silver-plated silverware from stainless steel. These metals can be damaged by contact with each other during washing.

Color from tomato sauces may adhere to the interior parts of the dishwasher (pg. 12). If light staining has occurred. leave the door open to oxidize the stain away. Use a dishwasher detergent that contains chlorine to better fight staining.

Certain dishwasher detergents may stain silver. Try another brand of detergent.

Be sure Heated Dry is selected.

Water droplets may form on the inner door as part of the drying process.

Use a rinse aid separate from the detergent like Jet Dry* or Cascade Rinse Aid* regularly. to improve drying. Turn the rinse aid selector toward the MAX setting.

Check water temperature.

Incoming water should be 120° F (49° C).

Select Sanitize option.

Increase detergent amount to match water hardness (pg. 7).

Load properly. (pgs. 3-6) Plastic and items with non-stick surfaces are difficult to dry because they have a porous surface which tends to collect water droplets. Towel drying may be necessary.

Glasses and cups with concave bottoms hold water and require towel drying.

Locate these items on the more slanted side of the rack for improved results.

Load dishes according to instructions so they do not strike each other (pgs. 3-6).

Washing fine antique china/crystal in the dishwasher is not recommended.

Do not load glasses over the tines.

Do not overload.

Sanitize was not selected.

Sanitization can only be achieved with the Auto Clean (select models). Heavy Wash. Normal Wash or Light Wash cycles.

Sanitization may not be achieved if there is an interruption of the cycle. power failure or if incoming water temperature is below 120° F (49° C).

Glasses are cloudy/

Food soil remains on dishes

Items washed in the

Items not properly dried/moisture is present on the dishwasher interior after the dry cycle

Dishware is chipped

Sanitized light does not illuminate at the end of

Dishwasher door will Be sure adjustable racks (select models) are properly adjusted to upper or lower position not close (pg. 6).

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What is Not Covered By These Warranties

1. Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following: a. Improper installation. delivery. or maintenance. b. Any repair. modification. alteration. or adjustment not authorized by the manufacturer or an authorized servicer. c. Misuse. abuse. accidents. unreasonable use. or acts of God. d. Incorrect electric current. voltage. electrical and/or gas supply. e. Improper setting of any control.

2. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers [lave been removed. altered. or cannot be readily determined.

3. Light bulbs. water filters and air filters.

4. Products purchased for commercial or industrial use.

5. The cost of service or service call to: a. Correct installation errors. For products requiring ventilation. rigid metal ducting must be used. b. Instruct the user on the proper use of the product. c. Transport the appliance to and from the servicer.

6. Any food loss due to refrigerator or freezer product failures.

Z Expenses for travel and transportation for product service in remote locations.

8. Outside of the United States and Canada this warranty does not apply.

Contact your dealer to determine if another warranty applies.

9. Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any person as a result of any breach of these warranties. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages. so the above exclusion may not apply.

If You Need Service

First see the Troubleshooting section in your Use and Care Guide or call the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or call Maytag Services. LLC.

Customer Assistance at 1-800-688-9900 USA and 1-800-688-2002 Canada to locate an authorized servicer.

• Be sure to retain proof of purchase to verify warranty status. Refer to WARRANTY for further information on owner's responsibilities for warranty service.

• If the dealer or service company cannot resolve the problem. write to Maytag Services. LLC. ttn: CAIR" Center. RO. Box 2370. leveland. TN 37320-2370. or call 1-800-688-9900 USA and 1-800-688-2002 Canada. U.S.customers using TTY for deaf. hearing impaired or speech impaired. call 1-800-688-2080.

• User's guides. service manuals and parts information are available from Maytag Services. LLC. ustomer Assistance.

Notes: When writing or calling about a service problem. please include:

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