Download Print this page

GE GSC870M Use And Care Manual

Hide thumbs


Quick Links

Care and [;leaninc
China, Crystal, Sterling
Consumer Services
Cycle Features
Delay Start
Front Panel Color Change
Model and Serial Numbers
Operating Guide
Cycle Selection
Soil Level
Problem Solver
Rinse A~ent
Convertible Model GSC870 ~
GE Appliances
Safety Instructions
User Maintenance Instructions 17
Water Temperature
Winter Storage
GE Answer Center@
Back Cover



  Related Manuals for GE GSC870M

  Summary of Contents for GE GSC870M

  • Page 1 Delay Start Wood Detergent, Detergent Electrical Requirements Features Front Panel Color Change Loading Model and Serial Numbers Operating Guide Cycle Selection Soil Level POTSCRUBBER Cycle GE Answer Center@ Problem Solver 14-16 800.626.2000 Rinse A~ent Convertible Model GSC870 ~ GE Appliances...
  • Page 2: If You Need Service

    Explain version of this book, call why you are not pleased. In most or need more help, write (include GE Answer Center cases, this will solve the problem. your phone number): 800.626.2000 NEXT, if you are still not pleased, Consumer Affairs consumer information service.
  • Page 3: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read all instructions before using this appliance using this To minimize the possibility they will not become dislodged of electric shock, disconnect appliance, always exercise basic this appliance from the power and drop to the bottom of the dishwasher-they might come supply before attempting any the following:...
  • Page 4: How To Operate Your Dishwasher

    How to operate your dishwasher d. Latch the door to start the STEP 4. WASH HEAT BOOST STEP 1. Load your dishwasher dishwasher. There is a delay with dishes, silverware, pots, Option. between start-up and water fill pans, bowls, etc., according to so you will not hear any wash instructions on pages 8-IO.
  • Page 5: What Happens In Each Cycle

    Cycle selection hints important to follow the loading instructions on pages 8-10. dried-on or baked-on soils. Everyday dishes may be included. NORMAL WASH—For loads of everyday dishes, glasses and cookware with medium soils. Designed to yield high performance on normal soils. LIGHT WASH—For most loads of everyday dishes with light soils or soils that have not dried on.
  • Page 6 How to choose and use Good dishwashing stark Helpful hints: If outside temperatures are unusually low, or with HOT water detergent if your water travels a long distance from water heater to dishwasher, First, use only powder or liquid To get dishes clean and dry you need hot water.
  • Page 7 You’ll find two detergent How to prepare the dishes dispensers on the inside door of for washing your dishwasher. Two, because 3. Try to remove food scraps and If this is your first dishwasher, or some cycles use two washes. place dishes in dishwasher before if you’re replacing a much older soil has a chance...
  • Page 8: How To Load Your Dishwasher

    How to load your dishwasher WATCH OUT FOR THIS. The wash tower rises through the center of the bottom Make sure dishes are properly loaded to insure that rack during the wash and rinse portions of the cycle. water can reach the soiled surfaces. The wash arm in Don’t block it or load tall things next to it.
  • Page 9: How To Load The Bottom Rack

    How to load the TOP RACK Shelf Down Shelf Up The folding shelf gives you extra space for cups and Fold the folding shelf up for glasses and tall things. long utensils on two levels. Load the lower level first, not blocked.
  • Page 10 to load the BOTTOM WCK (continued) Pots, pans, casseroles, salad bowls, mixing bowls and Heavily soiled pots, pans and casseroles mu.$t be loaded lids mu.~t be loaded in the bottom rack, facing down. in the bottom rick, f~cing down. Prop broiler pans and racks along the edge.
  • Page 11: Materials

    What you can usually wash safely in your dishwasher. And what you can’t. Usually Material Special Instructions Safe Exceptions (not safe) Remove by Aluminum Some darkening or spotting possible. Some colored anodized aluminum can scouring with soap-filled steel wool pads. fade.
  • Page 12: Electrical Requirement

    Electrical requirement How to connect This appliance must be supplied electricity with 120V, 60 Hz, and connected to Caution, for personal safety: branch circuit, protected by a 15 or 20 amp circuit breaker or time~elay DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION fuse.
  • Page 13 How to use the Unicouple It allows you to flush cold water Before operating your to connect the out of the hot water line so that dishwasher the first time... Unicouple you can better regulate your water Attach the Aerator Faucet temperature.
  • Page 14 Questions? POSSIBLE CAUSE AND REMEDY PROBLEM DISHWASHER A fuse in your home maybe blown, or the circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse or WON’T RUN reset circuit breaker. Remove any other appliances from the circuit. UNUSUAL NOISE Utensils may not be secure on rack pins, or something small may have dropped from dishwasher.
  • Page 15 Repeat as above, except use 1/4 cup (60nd) of citric acid crystals instead of vinegar. (Most drugstores carry citric acid crystals. If yours doesn’t, call GE Factory Service.) Using a vinegar or citic acid crystal rinse more tian twice a month? Consider a home water softener.
  • Page 16 LEAKS Spilling the rinse agent can cause foam during washing. This can lead to overflowing. Wipe up accidental spill of rinse agent with a damp cloth. If you need more, toll free: GE Answer Center” 800.626.2000 consumer information service...
  • Page 17: Care And Cleaning

    Appliance Polish Wax & Cleaner to change the door brackets as shown. (Cat. No. WR97X0216) is panel: available from GE Appliance DO NOT operate the dishwasher Parts Mart. without the wood top in place. 1. Take out trim screws on either The inside usually takes care of side of the dishwasher door.
  • Page 19 With the purchase of your new GE appliance, receive the assurance fiat if you ever need information or assishnce from GE, we’ll be there. Ml you have to do is cdl—toll-free! Whatever your question about any Cl major appliance, GE Answer Cente@ information service is available to help.
  • Page 20 To know what your legal rights are in your state, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state’s Attorney General. Warrantor: General Electric Company If further help is needed concerning this warranty, write: Manager—Consumer Affairs, GE Appliances, Louisville, KY 40225 Part No. 165 D3080P200 Printed in Canada Pub.