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Dishwasher
Contents
Air Gap
21
Problem
Solver
18-20
Appliance
Registration
2
Repair
Service
23
Care and Cleaning
21
Rinse
Agent
12
China,
Crysta!,
Sterling
20
Safety Instructions
3
Cycle Features
11
Systems
Monitor
7-10
Detergent,
Detergent
Guide
12, 13
User Maintenance
Instructions
2!
Dispenser
Cups
13
Warranty
Back Cover
Energy-Saving
Tips
2
Water
Temperature
12
Front
Panel Color
Change
22
Winter
Storage
2 l
Loading
14-16
Lock Controls
Feature
6
Model
and Serial
Numbers
2
Operating
Instructions
4-6
Cycle Selection
4
Dishwashing
Shortcut
6
Drying
Options
5
Soil Level
4
GEAnswer Center®
Potscrubber
4, 13
Toll-Free800.626.2000
Model
GSD2800G

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  • Page 1 Dishwasher Contents Air Gap Problem Solver 18-20 Appliance Registration Repair Service Care and Cleaning Rinse Agent China, Crysta!, Sterling Safety Instructions Cycle Features Systems Monitor 7-10 Detergent, Detergent Guide 12, 13 User Maintenance Instructions Dispenser Cups Warranty Back Cover Energy-Saving Tips Water Temperature...
  • Page 2 Check the Problem Solver (pages soils moist, easier to remove. Consumer Affairs 18-20). It lists causes of minor GE Appliances Always select the cycle that uses operating problems that you can the least amount of water that Appliance Park correct yourself.
  • Page 3 E PORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read aL_instructions before using this appliance. * Load light plastic items so * I_ep all washing detergents A_lNG--When us!ng this ance, always exerctse basic they will not become dislodged and wetting agents out of the and drop to the bottom of the reach of children, preferably'in...
  • Page 4 How to operate the dishwasher SELECTED CYCLE INDICAT(_ STEP /tGHTS Load your dishwasher with dishes, silverware, pots, pans, bowls, etc. according to instructions on pages 14 through 16. STEP 2 Add detergent to the detergent dispenser. Use rinse aid agent to help prevent •...
  • Page 5 TIME DOOR LATCH TO END ENERGY OF CYCLE MONITOR CYCLE PHASE r",,JOl i i_1_ WASHING i I_11 i Tr-i*_ s!rEps sIT 6 {_relect an option Start the dishwasher Systems Monitor _.AT_N "f_RVl'/_ll"-nrn_tliA,:,o a 11[h_n ,,,_,,' ..A,, *..h Th: ..I +^n ..
  • Page 6 _awasnmg shortcut LOre m =g WASHING q/:; ..INIIIU I Co The dishwasher remembers your If you don't want to change any of last cycle so you don't have to the settings, simply touch START. reprogram each time. Note: If there has been a When the dishwasher is loaded and power failure, NORMAL WASH,...
  • Page 7 The SYSTEMS MONITOR tells you what's happening OoRLOa m= am = _fll ENERGY'SAVER--] BLOCKED DRAIN WASHING CUP ] WASH ARM RESET DRYING OPEN ] HRS. OE VCLUN n NS DON'V/ MJNulzS PLUS HeATInG DISPLAY WHAT IT MEANS NUMERALS FROM Number of minutes left in the cycle. 1to 99 MINUTES NUMERALS FROM Number of hours delay until start of cycle.
  • Page 8 The SYSTEMS MONITOR tells you if certain things are wrong [ WHATTODO WHAT IT MEANS . DISPLAY IF DISHWASHER WAS IN USE WHEN THE POWER Electrical power has been FAILURE OCCURRED: interrupted to the dishwasher is now back on. RESET 1, Unlatch the door.
  • Page 9 WHAT DISPLAY IT MEANS WHAT TO DO BLOCKED Similar to blocked drain as Locate and remove the blockage in the drain system as explained on page 8, but the C2 explained on page 8. To pump any remaining water out of indicates that the drain is so the machine: F,:a...
  • Page 10 The SYSTEMS MONITOR <continued) DISPLAY WHAT IT MEANS WHAT 'iX) DO r" The water temperature in the Avoid showers or laundry just prior to running the dishwasher. dishwasher did not reach the (Use the "DELAY START" feature to start dishwasher proper wash temperature.
  • Page 11 What happens in each cycle '_You'll hear occasional clicking o The motor stops during drying. sounds: • Water vapor comes through _-Soft food disposer shredding the vent by the door latch during action. drying and when water is being pumped out. --Drain valve opening to pump water out.
  • Page 12 Temperature Sensor System Helpfu! hints: If outside temperatures are unusually low, or To get dishes clean and dry you _f _t_tlr ut_t_r tr_tolc .q largo t_et,_nt_ need hot water. To help you get from water heater to dishwasher, water of the proper temperature, you may need to set your water _rc.lr rli_h_xmcht,,r h_¢...
  • Page 13 Keep you_"detergent fresh and 2. Remove large quantities of any dry, Under the sink isn't a good food. Your dishwasher has,a built-in place to store detergent. Too much soft food disposer that pulverizes moignlr_ ]Don't nnt nnwcl_r cnft fnnrt hite _nfl fl,_ch_e th#m...
  • Page 14 WATCH OUT FOR THIS. This is a random mixed load, the most common type you _+4tl h ave. The wash tower rises through the center of the bottom rack.dusing thew?sh.an _r!nsepomons ofthecycle. Make sure dishes are properly loaded to insure that Don+t blocl_ it or loao tall mmgs next to it.
  • Page 15 £1U_/ LU lOitU I.ll_ 1 UI" l_!-_Llk (continued)
  • Page 16 !oad the BOTTOM RACK AS snown nere mls plate is ucmg pl,_cu a_, wat,_l m,,_ detergent from wash arm can reach soiled surfaces. Fit plates and saucers between the pins. Heavily soiled pots, pans and casseroles MUST be loaded in the bottom rack, facing down. Prop the broiler pan and rack along the edge.
  • Page 17 What you can usually wash safely in your dishwasher. And what you can't..Usually _" Material Safe Exceptions (not safe) Special Instructions Aluminum Some colored anodized Some darkening or spotting possible. Remove by scouring with soap-fiiied steel wool pads. alUmluLlm Iaoe, China/...
  • Page 18 _IIeS[IOHS ." Use This Problem Solver PROBLEM [ POSSlBLL,: CAUSE AND REMEDY_ CONTROL EANEL T_rne tan ]nn_ between touchin_ of selected ands. Each oad must be touched within LIGHTS GOOFF 30 seconds o_the others. To reii°ght,-t0uch any pad again" Or unlock and relatch door. WHEN YOU'RE :5_'l"l'llN U L.:UIN'll(UL_...
  • Page 19 "PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND REMEDY ON GLASSES AND FLATWARE • Extremely hard water. (See page 12.) • Log, inlet water temperature. (To test, see page 12.) • Overloading the dishwasher. • Improper loading. (See pages 14-16.) e N1A mr A,_mn nr_zet_,v Aataraant •...
  • Page 20 Wait .5 ,_eeonds _I_KTq_D/-_T T_T_T _._VI_ .It.£_A,,,_J--, JL./'_,I'_L,._La M,_lltt,lL r_'l.l _u¥i_1 UlOII_I_OIAVt ........ 3OESN'T RESPOND power to dishwasher. Try input panel again. TO INPUTS If you need more help...call, toll free: GE Answer Center + 8_0.626.2000 consmner information service...
  • Page 21 OF AIR GAPS from the water valve. (Cat. No. WR97X216) is available * Drain water from the inlet line from GE Appliance Parts Marts. and water valve. (Use a pan to The inside usually takes care of catch the water.) itself.
  • Page 22 How to change color panels Dimensions for 1/4" wood inserts: If you are redecorating, you can How to change lower panel inserts: Door Panel: 19_" H × 23_" W. 1. Remove four panel attachment panels to match or blend with your screws.
  • Page 23 Explain why you arenotpleased. I nmost cases, this will solve the problem. NEXT, if you are still not pleased, write aH me aetmJs--mcmmng your phone number--to: GE Appliances Appliance Park Louisville, Kentucky 40225 FINALLY, if your problem is still...
  • Page 24 Consumer Affairs office at the for other than its intended purpose address below, or call, toll free: or used commercially. GE Answer Center _ Damage to product caused bv 800.626.2000 accident, fire, floods or acts of God. consumer information service WARRANTOR IS NOT RESPONSIBLE •...