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What Happens In Each Cycle - GE GSC870M Use And Care Manual

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Cycle selection hints
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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. It
saves hot water over the higher
performance cycles, saving energy.
RINSE & HOLD—For rinsing
partial loads which will be washed
later. D{) n{)f use deter<qent. It is best
not to use the DELAY START
option with this cycle.

What happens in each cycle

hear occasional clicking
You'1 I
sounds:
—Soft food disposer shredding
action.
—Drain valve opening to pump
water out.
—Timer control as cycle
progresses.
—Detergent cup opening.
Gallons
Wash Cycles
POTSCRUBBER
11.1
NORMAL WASH
LIGHT WASH
RINSE & HOLD
*Unextended times.
These cycle times will be increased approximately 8 minutes if WASH
HEAT BOOST Option is on.
Drying Options:
DRYING HEAT ON. Available on all wash cycles except RINSE & HOLD. Add 30 minutes to
DRYING HEAT OFF. Drying
During the drying period:
—The motor stops.
—Water vapor comes through the
vent by the door latch during
drying and when water is being
pumped out.
Minutes
Cycle Sequence
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10
Dishes dry naturally.
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