Proper Loading-Lo,,,,o,- R,,:k
Do not load large platters
or trays in front
of lower radc
in the wash cycle.
The lower rack is best used for plates, saucers and
cookware. Large items such as broiler pans and
racks should go in the lower rack along the edge, Load
platters, pots and bowls along the sides, in corners, or
in the back. For' best washing results, all items should
be positioned with the soiled side of the dish facing the
center of the rack_
Keep center area clear in hlle the lower rack.
The wash tower rises through the center of the lower
rack during the wash and rinse portions of the cycle.
Don't block it or load tall things next to it. Also, be
careful not to let a portion of an item such as a pot
or dish handle extend through the bottom rack. This
could block the wash arm and cause poor washing
Put flatware in the removable basket with. fork and
knife handles up to protect your hands. Place spoons
in the basket with handles down. Mix knives, forks
and spoons so they don't nest together. Distribute
Sina!! plastic items, such as measuring spoons and
lids fi-om small containers, are not recommended
If placed in the dishwasher,
they should go in bottom of' the silverware basket
with silverware on top.
Take out anything that may fall or extend through the
bottom of the basket.