How to connect
Caution, for personal
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION
CORD OR ~ ADAPTER PLUG
WITH THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY
OR REMOVE THE THIRD
GROUNDING PRONG FROM
THE POWER CORD.
Dishwasher must be electrically
grounded in accordance with
in the absence of local codes, in
accordance with the NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/
This appliance must be supplied
with 120V, 60Hz, and connected to
an individual, properly grounded
branch circuit, protected by a 15 or
20 amp circuit breaker or time-
INSURE PROPER GROUND
EXISTS BEFORE USE
. If the electric supply providd does
not meet the above specifications,
it is recommended that a licensed
electrician instil an approved outlet.
Your dishwasher circuit should
not be used for any other appliance
while the dishwasher is in operation
as the dishwasher requires the full
capacity of the circuit.
If the wall receptacle you plug
the dishwasher's power cord into
is controlled by a switch, turn
on the switch.
Care and Cleaning
Clean the control panel with a
lightly dampened cloth. Dry
thoroughly. Do not use abrasives
or sharp objects on the panel.
They can damage it.
Clean the outside with a good
appliance polish wax. The outside
cabinet finish is durable. but it can
scratch. So use no scouring pads
or harsh or gritty cleaners.
Appliance Polish Wax & Cleaner
(Cat. No. WRWX0216) is available
from GE Appliance Parts Marts.
The inside usually takes care
of itself. If it should ever need
cleaning, use a mild cleansing
powder. Scouring pads and harsh
cleaners can mar the finish.
special kit (Cat. N(J.
for changing a convertible
dishwasher to a permanent built-in
installation is available from your
dealer or service organization.
How to prepare your
dishwasher for winter
If the dishwasher is to be left
unused in an unheated location
during the winter months, have a
service technician take the
following steps to prevent the
machine from freezing:
Remove fuses or trip circuit
breakers to remove electric power
from the dishwasher.
Turn off water to dishwasher.
Disconnect the water inlet line
from the water valve and drain.
Remove water valve from the
dishwasher and blow on small
plastic outlet to remove water.
Replace water valve and water line.
Remove plug in bottom of rubber
boot and drain completely. Replace
as shown and pull the top toward you
to remove it from the dishwasher.
To remove the protective cover,
use a scissor to cut the bag from the
under side. Then reinstall the top
taking care to engage the rear
brackets as shown.
DO NOT operate the dishwasher
without the wood top in place.
Care of the wood top
Before using, wipe well with a
dry cloth to remove surface dust.
Saturate a clean cloth with mineral
oil and polish all exposed wood
surfaces until they gleam. Allow
wood top to stand overnight to absorb
the oil and repeat the treatment the
next day. Allow to stand for 4 to 6
hours and wipe off excess oil with a
soft, dry cloth.
Wood tops should not be used as
a place for thawing frozen foods,
even when protected by a sheet of
aluminum foil. Never let water
stand on the wood top.
To remove water stains, rub with
a cloth saturated with non-toxic
mineral oil (available at most
Should your top become too
stained, dirty or cut, sand with
with non-toxic mineral oil.