on silver plate
Black or gray
marks on dish
at the vent
Iron or manganese
an iron or manganese
filter in home water' supply..
contacting wet silverware
Acidic or salty food soils
Silver plate worn off
exposing base metal--
takes on bronze hue
Soiled dishes held too
long in dishwasher
Vinyl rack coating
Dishwasher has not been
used on a regular basis
Water vapor comes
through the vent by the
door latch during drying
and when water is being
Use flesh, automatic
dishwasher detergent. Use detergent
with highest available phosphorous
content, especially if you
have hard water. Raise water heater thermostat
to 140°E if
necessa_. Run water at sink until hot before starting
dishwasher. Remove film with dishwashing detergent and
on wet silverware.
Use RINSE & HOLD cycle, Certain foods left on silverware
for extended periods of' time may cause pitting.
Remove tarnish with silver polish_ Replace silver'.
Load metal utensils so they do not rub against dishes_ Ma:ks
may be removed with mild abrasive cleanser' and plastic
Do not overload,, Load glasses in upper rack only.
See Proper Loading section fbr tips,
Use RINSE & HOLD cycle if dishes will not be washed at
end of day.
Plastic odor will be gone after several weeks use.
If you do not use your dishwasher often set it to fill and
pump out once every week,
This will help keep the seal moist and the garbage disposer
This wilt discolor' the tub interior with extended use.
Check the detergent dispenser for signs of any discolmation.
If dispenser is discolored, change to detergent without any
This is a normal occurrence.