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Avoiding General Hazards; Avoiding Electrical Shock/Fire Hazards; Avoiding Plumbing/Scalding Hazards - Bosch Ascenta SHE3ARL2UC Instructions Manual

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Do not use the dishwasher until it is completely
installed. When opening the door on an uninstalled dish-
washer, carefully open the door while supporting the
rear of the unit. Failure to follow this warning can cause
the dishwasher to tip over and result in serious injury.
Before installing the "L "-shaped supplied countertop
mounting brackets (select models), decide which
method will be used to secure the dishwasher into its
opening. Once these mounting brackets are installed on
the dishwasher, removing them is difficult and will dam-
age the mounting brackets and the dishwasher.
In some conditions, hydrogen gas can form in a hot
water system that has not been used for weeks. Hydro-
gen gas is explosive.

Avoiding Electrical Shock/Fire Hazards

Do not allow the electrical and water supply lines to
touch. Separate channels are provided under the dish-
washer.
Do not work on an energized circuit. Doing so could
result in serious injury or death. Only qualified electri-
cians should perform electrical work. Do not attempt
any work on the dishwasher electric supply circuit until
you are certain the circuit is de-energized.
Make sure electrical work is properly installed. There
should be no loose electrical connections. Ensure all
electrical connections are properly made.
Do not perform any work on a charged hot water line.
Serious injury could result. Only qualified plumbers
should perform plumbing work. Do not attempt any
work on the dishwasher hot water supply plumbing until
you are certain the hot water supply is shut off.
Do not over tighten the 90° elbow. Doing so may dam-
age the water inlet valve and cause a water leak.
Temperatures required for soldering and sweating will
damage the dishwasher's water inlet valve. If plumbing
lines are to be soldered or sweated, keep the heat
WARNING

Avoiding General Hazards

Avoiding Plumbing/Scalding Hazards

Before filling a dishwasher from a system that has been
off for weeks, run the water from a nearby faucet in a
well ventilated area until there is no sound or evidence
of gas.
Temperatures required for soldering and sweating will
damage the dishwasher's base and water inlet valve. If
plumbing lines are to be soldered or sweated, keep the
heat source at least 6 inches (152.4 mm) away from the
dishwasher's base and water inlet valve.
Removing any cover or pulling the dishwasher from the
cabinet can expose hot water connections, electrical
power and sharp edges or points. Handle with care.
Always wear gloves and safety glasses.
The customer has the responsibility of ensuring that the
dishwasher electrical installation is in compliance with
all national and local electrical codes and ordinances.
The dishwasher is designed for an electrical supply of
120V, 60 Hz, AC, connected to a dishwasher-dedicated,
properly grounded electrical circuit with a fuse or
breaker rated for 15 amps. Electrical supply conductors
shall be a minimum #14 AWG copper only wire rated at
75°C (167°F) or higher.
This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal,
permanent wiring system, or an equipment-grounding
conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and
connected to the equipment-grounding terminal or lead
on the appliance. Do not use extension cords.
source at least 6 inches (152.4 mm) away from the dish-
washer's water inlet valve.
Check local plumbing codes for approved plumbing pro-
cedures and accessories. All plumbing should be done
in accordance with national and local codes.
These instructions depict an installation method for
stainless steel braided hose or PEX hot water supply
lines. If using copper tubing or other material for water
supply, defer to a licensed plumber for proper installa-
tion.

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