Rinse Agent; Dish Preparation Prior To Loading - GE GHDA480N Owner's Manual

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Using the dishwasher.
Check the Water Temperature
The entering water should be at least 120°F
and not more than 150°F, for effective cleaning
and to prevent dish damage. Check the water
temperature with a candy or meat thermometer.
Use Jet-Dry
your dishes, glasses, flatware, cookware and plastic.
Filling the Dispenser
The rinse agent dispenser holds 100 ml (3.5 fl. oz.) of rinse agent. Under
normal conditions, this will last approximately one month. Try to keep it
full, but do not overfill.
Make sure the dishwasher door is fully open.
Turn the dispenser cap to the left and lift it out.
Add rinse agent until the indicator window looks full.
Clean up any spilled rinse agent with a damp cloth.
Replace the dispenser cap.
Rinse Aid Setting
The amount of rinse agent released into the final wash can be adjusted.
The factory setting is at the midpoint. If there are rings of calcium (hard
water) spots on dishes, try a higher setting. If you see foam in the
dishwasher, move the indicator to a lower setting.
To adjust the setting
Remove the dispenser cap; then turn the adjuster counterclockwise to
increase the amount of rinse agent, clockwise to reduce the amount of rinse agent.

Dish Preparation Prior to Loading

■ No pre-rinsing of normal food soil is required.
■ Scrape off hard soils, including bones,
toothpicks, skins and seeds.
■ Remove large quantities of any remaining
or Cascade Crystal Clear
or Cascade Crystal Clear
Turn on the hot water faucet nearest the
dishwasher, place the thermometer in a glass
and let the water run continuously into the
glass until the temperature stops rising.
rinse agents remove spots and prevent new film buildup on
■ Remove leafy vegetables, meat trimmings
and excessive amounts of grease or oil.
■ Remove acidic food soils that can discolor
stainless steel.

Rinse Agent

Dispenser cap
Rinse agent

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