Use and Care Guide Dishwasher Contents Air (;ap Appliance Re@stration 4,5,7 Rinse Agent User Maintenance Instructi(ms 14 Warranty Detergent Wash Heat B()()st Dispenser (:ups Water ‘temperature Winter Storage Features operating (;uicle GE Answer Center 800.626.2000 Built-in Model GSD1120 ~ GE Appliances...
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How to operate your dishwasher STEP 1. Load your dishwasher STEP 4. WASH HEAT BOOST Option. with dishes. silverware, pots, pans, bowls, etc., according to the Loading section. STEP 2. Add detergent to the detergent dispenser. Make sure the Slowly turn Cycle indicator Dial position before adding detergent.
Cycle selection hints It is important to follow the loading instructions. WATER SAVER—For most loads dried-on or baked-on soils. or soils that have not dried on. Also Everyday dishes may be included. for everyday dishes that have had extra preparation before loading. NORMAL WASH—For loads of everyday dishes, glasses and RINSE &...
How to choose and use Good dishwashing starts How to use a Rinse Agent detergent with HOT water A rinse agent makes water flow off dishes quicker than usual. This First, use only powder or liquid lessens water spotting and makes hot water.
You’ 11 find two detergent How to prepare the dishes dispensers on the inside door of for washing your dishwasher. Two, because some cycles use two washes. Note: The foods mentioned are if you’re replacing a much older for examples only. Other foods model, you may wonder how much not mentioned may also need to preparation your dishes need.
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.
How to load the BOTTOM WCK Fit plates and saucers between the pins. Load platters, As shown here, this plate is being placed with the pots and bowls along the sides, in corners or in the soiled side facing the center of the rack so water and back.
What you can usually wash safely in your dishwasher. And what you can’t. Usually Exceptions (not safe) Special Instructions Some colored tmodized :duminurn can Some darkening m spottin: possible. Remove by scouring with soap-filled steel wool p:Ids, Antique. metal-trimmed. hancl-painted C;hina/Stoneware rest c>t the set, Antique, met:il-trimmed 01 h:uld-...
— . . . - - Use This Problem Solver PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE A fuse in your home may be blown, or the circuit breaker tripped. Replace fuse or DISHWASHER 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 the rack.
If vinegar rinse doesn’t work: Repeat as above, except use 1/4 cup (60 ml) 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 citric acid crystal rinse more than twice a month? Consider a home water softener.
If you do not use your dishwasher often set it to fill and pump out once every week. This will help keep the seal moist, and the garbage disposer clear. If you need more help.. call, toll free: GE Answer Center 800.626.2000 consumer information service...
Drain water from the inlet 1 ine (Cat. No. WR97X0216) is If you have an air gap, check it at available from GE Appliance and water valve. (Use a pan to least once a month. IT IS NOT catch the water. ) Parts Mart.
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