Use and Care of
precautions should always be followed, including
Read all the instructions before using the appliance.
To reduce the risk of injury, close supervision is
necessary when an appliance is used near children.
. Do not put fingers or hands into a waste disposer.
Turn the power switch to the off position before
attempting to clear a jam or remove an object from
. When attempting to loosen a jam in a waste disposer,
use a long -en object such as a wooden spoon or
wooden handle of a broom or
. When attempting to remove an object from a waste
disposer, use long-handled tongs or pliers. Ody
nonmagnetic tools should be used.
be expend by a waste disposer, do not put the
following into a disposer:
Clam or oyster shells.
Glass. china or plastic.
Large whole bones.
. When not operating a disposer. leave the drain cover
in place to reduce the risk of an objwt falling into
. Properly ground to conform with all governing codes
and ordinances. Follow details in Instigation
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Write Down the Model
and Serial Numbers
These numbers are also on the Consumer Product
Ownership Registration Card which came with your
these numbers in any correspondence or service
calls concerning your disposer.
builder) hat sold you the disposer.
How the Dispser Work
sink drain opning. The wastes fa]l into the grinding
and are shr~d~ into pafiic]es small enough
to k floated away by the cold ~ter running through
holes in the flywheel and the stminer around the
flywheel. When the shr~der implle~ on the flywheel
reduce the possibility of jamming.
What It Grinds
The disposer wll] grind almost all items of food waste.
others. Items such as anlma] fat, stin and hard bones take
longer to grind than vegetable parings.
they wil] swivel back to