DISHES DON'T DRY
BLACK OR GRAY
MARKS ON DISHES
IN DISPENSER CUPS
ON GLASSES AND
in your home maybe blown, or the circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse or
reset circuit breaker, Remove any other appliances from the circuit.
Cookware may not be secure on rack pins. Or something Srndl may have dropped from
the rack. Water is causing cookware to ratie. Make sure everything is securely placed
Make sure inlet water temperature is correct. (Seepage 6.)
Unload the bottom rack first. Water from dishes in the top rack maybe spilling into the
Check for improper loading. Dishes shouldn't nest together. Avoid overloading.
Check irdet water temperature. It should beat least QO°F. (To test, seepage 6.)
To obtain the benefits of a complete cycle, be careful that you
further than necessary to start the dishwasher.
Water pressure may be temporarily low. fim on a faucet. Is water coming out slower
than usual? If so, wait until pressure is normal before using your dishwasher.
Aluminum deposits often leave marks when they rub against other things. Remove
marks with a mild abrasive cleanser.
Water may not be reaching the detergent cups. Move dishes that maybe blocking
The dispenser cover may not be opening or may be blocked by improperly loaded
items. If you used a powder detergent, open the cup and remove any caked-on
detergent. If the cup still doesn't open automatically, cdl for service.
Detergent may be old. If the powder detergent is hard or caked in the box, throw it
away. The detergent may not be working well. Try another brand.
Cycle Indicator dial must be in OFF position for cup to close and latch properly. If you
OFF by itself.
and can't jm loose. (Seepages 8 and 9 for corrwt way to load glasswm.) Make sure Ml
@asses and stemware wti clear thetopofthetub whenyoupush therackintothedishwasher.
Always use the top rack for delicate items.
Spotting can be caused by rdl these things:
Extremely hard water. (Seepage 6.)
Overloading the dishwasher.
Improper loading. (See pages 8-9.)
Old or damp powder detergent.
Phosphate level in detergent too low. (S= page 6.)
Due to varying local water conditions and personal preferences, try several brands
of detergents to find one that gives the best results for you. A liquid dishwashing
detergent may help reduce filming.
not turn the dial any