Loading Tall Items
You can wash larger items such as pots, roasters, and cookie
sheets in the bottom rack by removing the top rack. See "Top
Rack Loading" section.
IMPORTANT: Do not block detergent dispenser.
You can fold down one row of tines at the back of the bottom
rack in order to accommodate larger dishware.
Keep this tine row in the 60° position when using the
IMPORTANT: When moving tine row to the flat position, fold
only the tine row toward the front of the dishwasher.
Splittable Silverware Basket
Your new silverware basket can be split into three segments.
Removing one section will increase your capacity in the
You can remove the covered side baskets to place in the top
rack to use for small delicate items such as baby bottle caps,
nipples and small baking utensils.
Use suggested loading patterns, as shown, to better clean your
Use the slots in the covers to keep your silverware separated for
optimum wash. (See illustration, right.)
NOTE: If your silverware does not fit into the designated slots,
flip the covers up and mix silverware types to keep them
separated. Load knives down, forks up, and alternate spoons as
illustrated, for best cleaning results.