chEck thESE poIntS If your DIShwaShEr...
will not start.
It's taking too long with
an operation or cycle.
has a bad odor.
has water remaining
after the cycle has
there are food particles
remaining on dishes.
Does not dry dishes well.
The door is not closed completely.
No cycle is selected.
The power cable is not connected.
The water supply does not work.
A circuit breaker is opened.
Only cold water is being supplied.
There is water left over from the last
Drain hose is obstructed.
The dishwasher is not being used
daily or soiled dishes have been left
in the unit too long.
The drain hose is folded or clogged.
An inappropriate cycle was selected.
The water temperature was low.
Dishwasher detergent was not used.
Low water pressure.
A nozzle is clogged.
The dishes were loaded improperly.
There is no rinse aid in the dispenser. Check the dispenser and add rinse
The temperature of the water is low
when the dishwasher is running.
Check that the door is latched and
Select a cycle.
Connect the power cable properly.
Check that the water supply valve is
Reset the circuit breaker.
Check that the water supply line is
connected to a hot water supply.
(Additional time is required to heat
Insert detergent without loading
dishes, and run the Normal cycle to
clean the dishwasher.
Contact a qualified service technician
to remove any obstruction from the
With the dishwasher empty and
no detergent, place a glass with 8
ounces of vinegar upright into the
lower rack, and then run a Normal
Straighten the hose.
Select a cycle according to the
number and soil level of the dishes,
as directed in this manual.
Connect the water supply line to a
hot water supply.
Use a automatic dishwasher
The water pressure should be
between 20 and 120 psi (140 ~ 830
Clean the nozzle.
Rearrange the dishes so they do not
interfere with the nozzle rotation and
the detergent dispenser operation.
Use rinse aid with the Sanitize