Using your dishwasher
• After a cycle is complete, the door automatically opens to let steam out. This is normal
and not a product malfunction.
• Open the dishwasher's door, and then wait a few minutes before removing the dishes.
The dishes will be cooler and drying will be improved.
Touch controls (DW60R2014AP)
Touch controls allow you to operate the dishwasher easily.
• They are convenient to operate, requiring only a soft touch.
• They have a simple and stylish design.
• They are easy to clean.
If you have children or you want to clean the control Interface, we recommend activating
the Control Lock feature to lock the control buttons. See page 14.
• Children will not be able to accidently start the dishwasher by touching the controls
with this option selected.
• If a cycle is running, the buttons will not respond. (except the POWER button)
• If dishwasher is off, only the POWER button responds.
When you select the Delay Start option, your dishwasher will operate the selected cycle
when the delay time expires.
• When using the dishwasher, try to arrange the dishes properly as described on pages
20 to 21.
- You should remove food remains such as bones, fruit seeds, etc. and any other waste
such as toothpicks, paper, etc. from the dishes as these may cause damage to the
dishes, create noise, or cause the dishwasher to malfunction.
- Select the appropriate cycle depending on the level of soil and the type of dishes.
- Use only the proper amount of detergent and rinsing agent.
• Do not wash the following items:
- Acrylic or aluminum items: Dishes with printed gold rim decoration may become
- Dishes treated with adhesive: Treated plastics, wood, ivory, copper, and tin may
- Plastics with a temperature tolerance less than 194 ˚F (90 ˚C): Thin plastics wash and
dry poorly, and may be damaged due to elevated wash temperatures.
- Tin: Tin should be washed by hand and dried immediately as it may rust.
- Wooden utensils: Wooden items may crack.
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