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I!i_
Safety
instructions
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2
What Your Dishwasher
Needs to Do Its Job .............. 3
Important
Parts of Your Dishwasher
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4
Special
Tips ....................................................................
5
Proper Loading ........................................................
6,7,8
Detergent
and Rinse Agent
Dispensers
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9
Portable
Dishwasher
Information
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10,11
Door Panels ..................................................................
1 1
User Maintenance
Instructions
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12,13
Problems
and Solutions
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14,15
Sears Service,
Warranty
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   Summary of Contents for Kenmore 154092901B Guide

  • Page 1

    I!i_ Safety instructions ............What Your Dishwasher Needs to Do Its Job ....3 Important Parts of Your Dishwasher ......Special Tips ..............Proper Loading ............6,7,8 Detergent and Rinse Agent Dispensers ...... Portable Dishwasher Information ......10,11 Door Panels ..............User Maintenance Instructions ......

  • Page 2

    WARNING: Please follow basic precautions, including the following: Read al! INSTRUCTIONS before using DO NOT touch heating element during dishwasher, or immediately after use. Allow time to cool. For best results use fresh granular au- tomatic dishwashing detergent and a Load sharp or pointed tableware with...

  • Page 3

    Hot Water Hot water is needed for best dishwashing and drying results. Before starting the dishwasher, turn on the hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher to clear cool water from the pipe. Water supplied to dishwasher must be at least !20°F (49°C)o Improved performance may be obtained...

  • Page 4

    The modelyou haveselectedmaynot haveall featuresshown. Upper Rack Third LevelSprayArm-------------- " ..""" IIIIII Upper Spray Arm re-1 .I.1. Lower Rack ..--- ..._-- LowerSprayArm Heating Element Automatic Filter Door Spring Left Side View Door Latch Control Panel \Detergent Dispenser Rinse Agent Dispenser Door Panel _,,,_,,,_llJliii=lli_l_l___...

  • Page 5

    Mostutensilsand dishwarecan be safelywashedin your dishwasher. However, s omematerialsmay requirespecialhandling. ALUMINUM: Somedarkening maytake place.Coloredaluminummay fade.Donotplacealuminum itemsdirectlyinfrontofdetergent c upswhere contact with undissolveddetergent could cause pitting, spotting or discoloration. CASTIRON: Castironutensilsshouldbe handwashed. CRYSTAL:Loadcarefully in upper rackonly. Topreventchipping, i tems shouldnot touch. Hand wash delicateitems.Use Cool Dry optionfor crystalitems.

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    Dishesdo not needto bepre-rinsedbeforeloading.Simplyscrapeawayexcessfood,bones,pits,etc. Burned-on food shouldbe loosenedbeforeloading.Emptyliquidsfromglassesandcups. Always load dishes so spray reaches soiled surfaces. Water must drain off completely for best results. Lower Rack • Make sure pot handles and other items do not stop rotation of spray arms or block center wash tower from extending upward.

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    Upper Rack • Glassware should not touch other items. Damage Be sure lightweight items are held firmly in place. may occur. Load glasses and cups in upper rack only in rows Place items in rows between prongs. Putting items between prongs.

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    Utensil Basket Available on some models. Lift lids and snap gates flat against sides to load long knives and utensils. Close gates at each end to form compartments hold small items such as baby bottle nipples measuring spoons. Snap lids shut. If your dishwasher does not have this basket, it can be ordered...

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    Do not adddetergentuntilyou are readyto startthe cycle.Usefreshgranularautomatic dishwasher d eter- gent. The dispenserwill automatically releasedetergentat the correcttimesduringthe cycle. Light Wash Cycle Fill cups #1 and #3. Turn lid counterclockwise to covercups #1 and #3 completely. Do not fill open cups #2 and #4. Normal Wash, Pots Pans, and Water Miser Cycles Fill cups #1 and #3.

  • Page 10

    important: Always be sure door is latched before moving dishwasher. power cord, faucet coupler and hoses are located in a covered compartment on the top back of the dishwasher. A special adapter (included) must be installed on the faucet before you can connect the dishwasher.

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    Convert a Portable IVlodel to a Built-in r portable dishwasher can be installed under the counter. A ---___ --.___ ,rsion kit is required and is available at your local Sears Center - Part No. 808927 (18" width). NING: DO NOT use the portable water supply hose for 1anent installation.

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    Care of Surfaces • Wash exterior with mild non-abrasive detergent and water. Rinse and dry. • Interior is self-cleaning with normal use. If hard water causes lime build- up, clean as follows: • Operate dishwasher on Normal Wash cycle. Do not use detergent. •...

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    Cleaning the Roat Clean the float to prevent it from sticking. The float controls the water level in the dishwasher; sticking may cause an overflow or no water fill. When removing float to clean, pull up firmly until it snaps out. To replace float, push down until float Locking Clean and locks into place.

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    PROBLEM CAUSED BY SOLUTION Dishwasher will not start. Dishwasher not receiving elec- Check electrical connection, house fuse or circuit breaker. tricity. Dial not in correct position for cycle Make sure dial is turned far enough, cycle button is fully pushed in and selected, door is latched.

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    CAUSED BY SO LUTiO N _::: Hard water. Fill detergent cups to capacity. Use dishwasher detergent with highest:: available phosphorous content. May be necessary to install a water softener. water is not hot. Raise water heater thermostatto 140°F (60°C), if necessary. Use Water Heat option if available.

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    Sears appliances and having part, tools and equipment to insure that we meet our pledge to you •.. "We Service What We Sell." S _A/FRS Sears Maintenance Agreement Maintain the value of your Kenmore® dishwasher with a Sears Maintenance Agreement. Sears...

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