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A Note to You .......................... 2
Safety .................. 3
Parts and Features .................. 4
Starting Your Dishwasher
...... 6
Loading Your Dishwasher
...... 8
Using the Dispensers
............ 12
Setting the Controls .............. 14
Selecting a wash cycle ...... 14
Using Cancel/Drain ............ 16
Selecting cycle options ...... 16
Changing a cycle
or option ............................ 17
Adding items
during a cycle .................... 17
Using Delay Hours ............ 18
Understanding the
status indicators .................. 19
Washing Special Items .......... 20
Caring for Your
............................ 21
Saving Energy ........................ 23
Problems ........ 24
Troubleshooting .................... 27
or Service
.............................. 28
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  • Page 1 Appliances iiiiii iiiii_i_i ! iiiilJ i!i_! ;_ii' A Note to You ......2 Dishwasher Safety ....3 Parts and Features ....4 Starting Your Dishwasher ..6 Loading Your Dishwasher ..8 Using the Dispensers .... 12 Setting the Controls ....14 Selecting a wash cycle ..
  • Page 2 The Whirlpool Brand is committed to designing quality products that consistently perform for you to make your life easier. To ensure you enjoy years of trouble-free operation, we devel- oped this Use and Care Guide. It contains valuable information about how to operate and maintain your appliance properly and safely.
  • Page 3 ishwasher Safety Your safety and the safety of others is very important. We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages. This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to hazards that can kill or hurt you and others. All safety messages will be preceded by the safety alert symbol and the word "DANGER"...
  • Page 4 Parts an Features This manual covers several different models. The dishwasher you have purchased have some or all of the parts and features listed below. Top spray ........ spray arm (p. 30) ............. (p. 11) Extra-capacity ht items clip fold-down (on some models) (on some models, (p.
  • Page 5 Series model ii__ ..%y#' Cycle selector pads Option selector pads Cycle status indicators Series model Cycle selector pads Option selector pads Cycle status indicators Series 1000 model ii_ ¸¸..Cycle selector pads Option selector pads Cycle status indicators...
  • Page 6 "n Your ishwas Tip Over Hazard Electrical Shock Hazard Do not use dishwasher until Electrically ground dishwasher. completely installed. Connect ground wire to green ground Do not push down on open door. connector in terminal box. Doing so can result in serious injury Do not use an extension cord.
  • Page 7 6. Run hot water at the sink nearest the 1. Load the dishwasher. See the "Loading dishwasher until water is hot. Your Dishwasher" section. Turn off water. 2. Spin the spray arms. They should turn 7. Press a Cycle. If desired, press one freely.
  • Page 8 shwasher Loading Your • To save water and energy, do not rinse • Load dishes so soiled surfaces face the dishes before putting them into the rotating spray arm. dishwasher. • Load dishes so they are not stacked or • Remove large pieces of food, bones, and overlapping.
  • Page 9 iiiiii iiii_li !;_ !i:iiiiiiiil 111: iiii'iii ,_!!!ii_ ¸ _iii!:_ iiilii !ii!l '_,_ii_J,_iii!!iiii_,, !i_iiii_" _'_i_,i_,ii_J,_iii!!i;i_;i _ii,ii_i"'_ii!i:::!!i!i_ ¸¸iiiii!i::::iii_ _:!!_i!!i_ _i_i,!!i_i_ii_ !ii!,,_iii_i:i_i_!!!i!_,,,il;ii_ • Load the silverware basket while it is in the door or take the basket out for loading on a counter or table. •...
  • Page 10 iiii!!i'!i i!! I!ii!il i ' ,lii iii!!"i !i' !!:i '!!! iili,,,_ii_iii_iiil_, _i_iii!!!ii_! _i_ii iiiiiiiiiiii'i_ !!_i_ii_iii 111 iiiii,iiil,i ,_iii!i!i;!_ _ ii!:i:iiii_ _,_:iii_Ii!:'iiii_i _i_ii_, iiih_i_'i_ _iii,li"_;iiiiii C:ii!,,_iii_i:i Load items with cooked=on or dried=on food 12 place setting load in the bottom rack, with soiled surfaces facing inward to the spray.
  • Page 11 iili , ,,_iii:iiiiii_, _ _ i_iii!!_i,l_ ,_iiiii_ iii i ii_ii;iiiii_i_ !!!iiii:}i iiill iiili_i_ ,_ii!!ii!i!ii!_ ¸ 1!i: Ciiiii_Y, iii:i:i:iii_ , _iiiii_i" ;ii!!!_i_i_i_i_i_ C iiii_,i,li_i:i The top rack is designed for cups, glasses, 12 place setting and smaller items. Cup and glass load •...
  • Page 12 risers i ,,,,,,,,,jiiiiSiiiiiiiiiiiii'iii, iiill ..• Use automatic dishwashing detergent Filling detergent dispenser only. Other detergents are too mild and The detergent dispenser has one section much too sudsy. with a cover and one without. Push the • Add detergent just before starting cycle. cover down firmly until it latches.
  • Page 13 ii,,,,,,i iiiii !ii i ii i ii iii"ii,!!!iiiiiii!i iiiiiii:ii!ii,i, ii!!!i!ii! ::, iii,li' iiiii iiiiiiii S, l!!!i!ii! ! ! i i i ii!!iiiii!ii ii!iii!! ii iiliiii 11: ..Keep the rinse agent dispenser filled with a liquid rinse agent. A rinse agent greatly improves dish drying by helping water flow off during the last rinse.
  • Page 14 e Controls _ii'iii!!!i:iiiill ,_:,i_i:_:i,iii_ !i3! _'i:!:i!Jii_ ¸_iiii::i_':'_iiii: iiii _"i_ii,_ _!_,_ii!!ii_i_ '_,_ii_i_'_i_,_s ,_iii!!i_i_ _'i:,i,_!,i_ iiiiii'"_iii,_ Press a Cycle. The dishwasher starts filling NOTE: Your model may have some or all once you press a Cycle pad, unless you of the cycles shown. select the delay wash.
  • Page 15 A "." shows what each cycle includes WATER CYCLE PRE= MAIN FINAL TIME 3YCLE WASH RINSE WASH RINSE PURGE t RINSE DRY (gallons) (Minutes) _RYSTAL/CHINA Single washfor prerinsed, ® • lightly 140°F ;oiled, c hina or crystal (60°C) :)ads. Jsecovereddetergent tispenser.
  • Page 16 Press Cancel/Drain tocancel a cycleor • YoucanpressCancel/Drain againto stop clearoption selections. thedrainimmediately. Remember to drain thedishwasher againbefore starting a newcycle. NOTE: A small amount of water remaining To cancel a cycle: in the dishwasher is normal. • Press Cancel/Drain while the dishwasher is running to start a 2-minute drain.
  • Page 17 During first minute a cycle 1. Press new Cycle and/or Options. 2. Check the detergent dispensers. They must be filled properly for the new cycle, After first minute of a cycle 1. Press Cancel/Drain. A 2-minute drain cycle starts. Wait for drain cycle to finish, 2.
  • Page 18 Usea delayed startto runthedishwasher 4. If desired, press one or more Options. duringoff-peak hoursto reduce energy The Delay Hours indicator usage or to reduce daytime heatbuildup in stays on until the wash cycle yourhome. begins. 1. Closedoorfirmlyuntilit latches. To cancel delay and start dishwasher:...
  • Page 19 li::iilli,ii@ iiiiiii i; i iii !il::iiiiiiiiiC: i :!,iiii i!::O iii,iiqii ; Clean Washing The Washing indicator glows at the start of The Clean indicator glows at the end of a the first fill of any cycle cycle to show that the load is clean.
  • Page 20 MATERIAL DISHWASHER SAFE? EXCEPTIONS/SPECIAL iNFORMATiON Aluminum High water temperature and detergents can pit finish of anodized aluminum. Bottles Wash bottles and cans by hand. Labels attached and Cans with glue can loosen in your dishwasher. Loose labels and glue can clog spray arm or the pump and will reduce washing performance.
  • Page 21 shwasher Caring for Your %,,,,,,,, iiii _i_!_i,!i_iii!_, _iii!!i_!!iii! iiii:"iiii iii _ i_iii'iiiii !_iii_ili i!:: i iiii_iiii ,,_'ii!ii!:'!ii_ _ ,,_ii!!!!!:i_ :_',,_iii: iii_iiiii,_:iii!:::::::_!i!_ ¸ii_iil ¸''¸iii ,_ii:iiii_, iiii: '¸ In most cases, regular use of a soft, damp cloth or sponge and a mild detergent is all that is necessary to keep the outside of your dishwasher nice looking and clean.
  • Page 22 Reconnect both water inlet and water Storing summer outlet to the water supply valve. Protect your dishwasher during the summer months by turning off the water supply and Spring Water pump Water outlet clamps and motor power supply to the dishwasher. Moving or winterizing your...
  • Page 23 Savi * Wash full loads. Running a half-filled * Do not prerinse normally soiled dishes. dishwasher uses the same amount of Select the correct cycle for the load and use the recommended amount of electricity and hot water as a fully loaded machine.
  • Page 24 Co111111olll shwas eros Following is a convenient checklist for handling minor performance problems. Go over this list before calling for service. If you are unable to solve your dishwasher's problem, turn to the "Troubleshooting" section for service information. PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION Food soil left Improper loading...
  • Page 25 PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION Spotting Incorrect amount Follow recommendations for amount. Heavy filming of detergent soil and/or hard water generally require (continued) extra detergent. Use of ineffective Use fresh detergent. Store detergent detergents tightly closed in a cool, dry place. Discard lumpy detergent.
  • Page 26 PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION Brown stains High iron content Remove by washing dishes (after food soil on dishes and in water supply has been removed) with 1 teaspoon to 1 table- dishwasher spoon of citric acid crystals added to covered interior section of detergent dispenser.
  • Page 27 Trou shootin Before calling for assistance please check the chart below for problems you can fix. It could save you the cost of a service call. PROBLEM CHECK THE FOLLOWING Dishwasher does Is the door tightly closed and securely latched? not run or stops Has the cycle been set correctly? See the "Setting the Controls"...
  • Page 28 To locate FSP replacement parts in your area, refer to Step 2 or call the Whirlpool If you prefer, write to: Consumer Assistance Center number in Whirlpool Brand Home Appliances Step 1.
  • Page 29 !!iii lii!!i!iii!!i !!!iii!!!ii!ii iii!iiiiii!iiiiii!i i!!_I!I!i !i!!!!!ii_;!!iiii!!ii!i iii_iiii!!!!!!!!_ ¸!! !i!!i!i!i!!!i!!iiiill !!! !iIii!i !!!!!!!! ..!i_iii_ _!!i_'O_iii;iiii _iiiiiii_iii!_i!i;i!_i!!!!i_i_i!ii_,_ii:iiiil ,_ili!!!!i_iiiilii!!iiii41!!_iiiiSiiiiiili!!!iiiii:_!ililii_C_iii!ii_!;!_ O!i_iiii"' S_ii!i_i!i!i!!ii_ii_iil'%_i_'iiO_i:i:!!!ii_i!ii_ _iiiiiiiiiiiiiii_ C_il;i!iiii!ii_iii_ili_iii!_iii?_i 1. If the problem is not due 2. If you need service* to one of the items listed Contact your nearest Inglis Limited in "Troubleshooting"*...
  • Page 30 POWER CLEAN" filter module washing system parts covered by your warranty Top spray ..............................Water tube Upper spray arm Lower spray arm Seal filter module and motor SOUND-LOCK tuned absorber...
  • Page 31 FROM DATE OF defective materials or workmanship. Service must be provided PURCHASE by a Whirlpool designated service company. WHIRLPOOL WILL NOT PAY FOR A. Service calls to: 1. Correct the installation of the dishwasher.

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