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Jet Speed Control; Normal Sounds; Jetted Sink Care; Cleaning Your Jetted Sink - Whirlpool Sink Use And Care Manual

Whirlpool sink use & care guide


4. Load a few small items of delicate clothing or a sweater into
the jetted sink.
5. Set the jet speed control for desired water force/speed. See

"Jet Speed Control."

6. Press the on/off button to start the pump/motor and to set
the 10-minute timer. The on/off button sets the timer to shut
off automatically in 10 minutes, but the on/off button can also
override the timer and stop the pump/motor at any time.
IMPORTANT: Starting the pump when there is no water in the
jetted sink could result in damage to the pump or internal seals
and could void the warranty.
7. After wash is finished, turn pop-up drain control knob
clockwise to open the drain.
8. Gently squeeze water from garment(s) without twisting or
9. Close the drain again, turning the pop-up drain control knob
counterclockwise as before. Fill the jetted sink with clean
water, reset the jet speed control, and push the on/off button
to begin another 10-minute cycle to rinse garment(s).

Cleaning Your Jetted Sink

Acrylic is a renewable surface. If the acrylic surface is damaged,
minor cuts or scratches usually can be buffed or polished out of
the finish with a paste wax or automobile rubbing compound.
To clean your jetted sink:
Clean the acrylic surface with a mild, liquid detergent and a
damp cloth or sponge. Rinse and wipe dry with a soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive cleaners such as scouring cleansers or
harsh cleaning tools such as scouring pads. These can
scratch or damage materials.
To flush your jetted sink:
Flush the jetted sink at least once every 90 days.
1. Fill the jetted sink with hot water and add 2 tsp (9.8 mL) of
non-sudsing laundry detergent.
2. Run the system for 10 minutes, then drain the jetted sink.
3. Fill jetted sink with cold water and run for 10 minutes to rinse
the system, then drain the jetted sink.
First try the solutions suggested here and possibly avoid the cost of a service call...
Jetted sink pump/motor won't turn on
Is the power cord plugged into the timer control box
Is the timer control box plugged into the wall outlet?
Has a fuse blown, or has the circuit breaker tripped? If
problem continues, call electrician.
Is there power at the plug? Check electrical source or call
10. After rinse is finished, drain the rinse water from the jetted
sink and gently squeeze water from garment without twisting
or wringing. Additional water can be removed by laying
garments flat on a clean, dry towel. Roll up the towel, then
gently squeeze out excess water. Follow recommendations
on the garment care label for drying.
Water pressure in the jetted sink may be adjusted from a very
high agitation (H) to a low, swirling action (L) by turning the jet
speed control dial.
Your jetted sink may make sounds that are unfamiliar to you.
The normal sounds are:
During washing
You will hear the sound of the pump and motor operating.
During draining
You will hear the sound of water draining from the sink.


To winterize your jetted sink:
IMPORTANT: The jetted sink must be filled to a level above the
suction cover.
1. Fill the jetted sink with an R.V.-type antifreeze solution to just
above the suction cover.
2. Run the jetted sink for a 10-minute cycle.
3. Unplug jetted sink or disconnect power.
4. Shut off the water faucet.
5. Disconnect the water inlet hoses from faucets and then drain.
To use your jetted sink again:
1. Flush the water pipes.
2. Reconnect the water inlet hoses to faucets.
3. Turn on both water faucets.
4. Plug in jetted sink or reconnect power.
5. Run the jetted sink through a 10-minute cycle with
normal recommended amount of detergent to clean out the


Is the clear air-line hose connected to both the bottom of
the timer control box and the bottom of the on/off button?
Is the reset button on the GFCI tripped?
Jetted sink won't drain
Is the drain clogged?
Is the drain plug adjusted correctly? Adjust the drain plug
height by turning the adjusting screw on the bottom of the
drain plug. See Installation Instructions.
Jet Speed Control

Normal Sounds