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Filling With Rinse Aid And Making The Setting - Westinghouse WSF6608 User Manual

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PREPARING THE MACHINE FOR USE
When you stop using combined detergents
Fill the rinse aid compartments
Select a suitable rinse aid setting

Filling with rinse aid and making the setting

Rinse aid is used to improve the drying of the wash load
and reduce the deposit of cloudy drops and streaks on
glasses and dishware For this reason, care should be
taken that there is adequate amount of rinse aid in the
rinse aid compartment and only rinse aid produced for use
in dishwashers should be used
If the rinse aid lamp on the control panel illuminates, fill the
rinse aid compartment with rinse aid
1 To put in rinse aid, remove
2 Fill the rinse aid compartment
1
2
3 The rinse aid level adjuster
1 2 3 4 5 6
3
TIPS AND INFORMATION
TIPS & INFORMATION
Only use rinse aid suitable for automatic dishwashers
As rinse aid residues left as a result of overflowing will
create extremely high amounts of foam and reduce the
washing performance, remove the excess amount of rinse
aid by wiping it with a cloth Remove all excess rinse aid
if spilt while filling,
the rinse aid compartment
cap by turning it
with rinse aid until the rinse
aid level indicator becomes
dark; refit the cap by locating
the locking pins and close
it by turning in the opposite
direction By checking the
rinse aid level indicator on
the detergent dispenser, you
can understand whether or
not your machine needs rinse
aid A dark indicator means
that there is rinse aid in the
compartment, while a light
indicator shows that you
need to fill the compartment
with rinse aid
can be set to a position
between 1 and 6 Factory
setting for rinse aid is position
3 You need to increase the
setting of the adjuster if water
stains form on your dishes
after a wash, whereas you
need to decrease the setting
if a blue stain is left when
wiped by hand
PREPARATION
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