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What Happens In Each Cycle - GE GSD1120R Use And Care Manual

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Cycle selection hints
It is important to follow the loading
instructions.
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 [o yield high
performance on normal soils.

What happens in each cycle

You II hear occasional clicking
sounds:
—Drain valve opening to pump
water out.
—Timer control as cycle
progresses.
—Detergent cup opening.
1 I .4
NORMAL WASH
RINSE & HOLD
HEAT BOOST Option is selected.
Drying Options:
ENERGY SAVER (No Heat Boost). Drying heater is turned off. Dishes dry naturally.
WATER SAVER—For most loads
or soils that have not dried on. Also
for everyday dishes that have had
extra preparation before loading.
RINSE & HOLD—For rinsing
partial loads which will be washed
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.
Time
Cycle Sequence
50*
9
approximately 21 minutes if WASH

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