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    Haier • • • • • What World Comes Home To T_' Mod_l # User Manual°...

  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Warning - To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons when using your appliance, follow basic precautions, including the following: Read all instructions before using the appliance. Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this use and care guide, Use only detergents recommended for use in this appliance and keep them out of the reach of children.

  • Page 3

    28.I_oad sharp o bjects such asknives andforks u pside down toreduce therisk of injury. SAVETHESE INSTRUCTIONS Thank you for purchasing our Haier product. This easy-to-use manual will Model number guide you in getting the best use of your dishwasher.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    PAGE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..............OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ............Parts and Features .................. Operations .................... Tips to Avoid Stains and Films .............. Care and Cleaning Guide ............General Cleaning and Maintenance ............Preventing Your Dishwasher From Freezing ..........Storage of your Dishwasher in Cold Environment ........Troubleshooting ................

  • Page 5: Parts And Features

    Parts Features (Front view with Open Door) © ® © ® ® 1, Upper Sprayer 7, Rinse Aid Compartment 2. Upper Rack Pre-wash Detergent Compartment 3, 2 Full Length Folding Racks Main Wash Detergent Compartment 4. Middle Spray Arm I O, Triple Level Filtration System (Located at the bottom under Lower Rack)

  • Page 6

    (Front view with Door Closed) 1. On/Off Button 7, Load Selector Button (2) 2. Delay Start Button 8. Vented Dry Option Button (3) 9, Start/Pause Button 3, Delay Timer Display (HRS) 4. Door Latch 1 O, Control Panel 11, Casters 5, Function Indicator Lights 6, Wash Cycle Selector Button (1)

  • Page 7

    (Rear View) 1. Power Cord (115 Volt / 60 Hz) 2. Drain Hose (attached) 3, Rear Insulation Panel 4. Water Inlet 5. Rear Casters...

  • Page 8: Operations

    Understanding the Control Panel: Power Button: • Push this button to have power On/Off, Once the power is on, the power indicator light will go "On". Note: When you turn the power "On", the function indicator light will be displayed at "Normal"...

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    iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ¸¸¸ Upper Load Full Load Option Button (2): ._-pp_,L0a_ • Full Load • Press this button to select Upper Load or Full Load option, The light _======_ indicator will come on once you are in that option. (See page # 14 for more detail under "Wash Cycle Options"...

  • Page 10

    Automatic Fault Alarm: • Your machine is equipped with automatic fault detection system, This convenience feature informs you of any faults during the operation, When fault occurs, the function indicator light will flash and the buzzer will beep. Preparing wash dishes: To get best results, practice the following...

  • Page 11

    Loading the Lower & Upper rack: To get maximum cleaning result, follow the recommendations below before you start the dishwasher: Note: Do not wash any heat sensitive or any other items that are not designed for automatic (upper rack) dishwasher. •...

  • Page 12

    Proper Detergent: • The amount of detergent to use depends on the type of water in your living area whether it is hard or soft and whether items are lightly or heavily soiled. • Water softness or hardness is measured in grains content per gallon.

  • Page 13

    Pouring Dishwasher Detergent: Use proper recommended amount of detergent for your wash loads. Measure pour detergent into the large compartment for the main wash. The detergent pre-wash goes into the small compartment next to the main wash compartment. Note: For the pre-wash you should use one-half the amount...

  • Page 14

    Tips: • Always start with level "1 ". • Set on level "2" if spots appear on your dishware, • If dishware are not drying properly or spotted, adjust to the next higher level until they are spotless, As the rinse aid level become less, the size of the see through level indicator changes, as shown below.

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    Selecting Wash Cycle: For your convenience, your dishwasher has four options to select from: Normal, Heavy, Light and Rinse & Hold option, Press Button 1 to select proper wash cycle option based on the soil content on your dishware, • Hea_,T •...

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  • Page 17

    Understanding the Venting Process: • In this process, the hot steam from the dishwasher is being drawn into the drain pump through its vacuum force and the mix condensation of water and air is being discharged through the discharge hose from the back of the unit. drain hose __--/ water...

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    Checking Water Temperature: • Your incoming water must be between at least 120°F / 49°C and most 150°F / 66°C but no more than 150°F / 66°C in order to have effective cleaning and prevent damage to your dishware. Note: The minimum incoming temperature...

  • Page 19

    Understanding Your Filtration System: For your convenience, the filtration system is located at the bottom under lower rack with in easy reach inside the tub, It is three level filtration system: Main filter, Coarse filter and Fine filter, fine filter Main Filter: The purpose...

  • Page 20: Tips To Avoid Stains And Films

    Tips to avoid stains and films: The following suggestions are recommended to prevent stains and films from dishware and utensils items: • You must rinse all dishware, silverware, glassware and food containers right a way after use. Some citric based food products, coffee, tea and iron deposits water can cause yellow or brown...

  • Page 21: General Cleaning And Maintenance

    General Cleaning and Maintenance: • Do not use abrasive, harsh cleaners, solvents, concentrated detergents or metal scouring pads to clean the inside of dishwasher. • Use warm soapy water with soft brush or piece of cloth to clean the interior of a tub.

  • Page 22

    Preventing Freezing: Your Dishwasher from You must protect your dishwasher if it is left in an unheated place during the winter, • You must cut off electrical power to the dishwasher. • You must turn off the water supply and disconnect the water inlet line from the water valve, •...

  • Page 23

    Dishwasher does not work: • Check if the unit is plugged in, The plug may have come loose. • Check if the electrical wall receptacle is of proper voltage, • Check if circuit breaker needs to be reset or if the fuse needs to be replaced, •...

  • Page 24

    Dishware chipped: • This is due to poor loading or overloading. You need to be careful when loading. Do not overload. You need to place glassware securely against pins. Make sure delicate items are on the side rack. We recommend that fine chinaware or crystal items should...

  • Page 25

    • Use of old detergent. Avoid using old detergent. Read expiration date. Use only fresh detergent. • Vented dry heat is too harsh on some dishware. You may need to use air dry option by leaving your door open for a while. Stained in interior tub:...

  • Page 26

    Note: If for any reason the dishwasher malfunctions during the operation, follow the steps below to drain the water out, I) Shut off the dishwasher and wait few seconds. 2) Turn on the power again by pressing power button. Press Start/Pause button.

  • Page 27

    TooMs and Materials Required will need to have following tools to help in the installation of your Washer: Scissors Pliers Wrench Tape Measure Gloves level Quantity Accessories Supplied 1, Water Inlet Hose 2. Quick Connect Sink Adapter 3. Casters (factory installed) 4, Rubber Washers Unpacking...

  • Page 28: Installation Instructions

    Steps _nstaHation Please read installation instructions carefully and follow the steps below to hook up your dishwasher, Caution: If, after completing these steps, you are unsure that unit is properly installed, contact a qualified installer. To ensure that your appliance properly installed it is recommended...

  • Page 29: Installing Quick Connect Sink Adapter

    Installing Quick Connect Sink Adapter: When installing quick Connect Sink Adapter to the faucet, follow the steps below: A, First remove the aerator from your faucet nozzle and determine size/type of the faucet, B, Once you determine the size/type of the faucet (Outside Threaded or Inside Threaded End), place the proper...

  • Page 30: Grounding Instructions, Power Interruptions

    Grounding instructions This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock by providing an escape wire for the electric current. This appliance is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with a grounded plug.

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