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Before Using For The First Time; Preparations For Washing; Getting Started - Bosch SHU4000 Series Care & Use Manual

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BEFORE USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Before beginning to use your dishwasher for the first
time:
I. Check to make sure that the voltage on which the
dishwasher is to operate is the same as shown on
the rating plate.
2. Check to make sure that the water valve to the
dishwasher
is open. The installer
may have cloud
the valve upon completing
the installation.
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GETTING
STARTED
The operation of your Bosch dishwasher is summarized
below:
1.
Load the dishwasher.
Refer to Table l for items suitable for washing in the
dishwasher. The dishwasher
should be loaded with
pots, pans, dishes and silverware
according
to the
instructions
provided
under the following
section
titled LOADING.
2.
Add detergent
and check rinse agent.
Detergent
must be placed in the detergent
dispenser
compartment
as described
in the following
section
titled DETERGENT
USE. The use of a rinse agent is
required to ensure good cleaning and drying result.
See section titled RINSE
AGENT
DISPENSER.
3.
Check
motion of wash arms.
The wash arms must be free to move and should not
be blocked
by any item extending
so far above lower
rack as to block upper arm or by any items hanging
below either the upper or lower rack to obstruct
the
motion of the wash arms. See following
section titled
OPERATION.
4.
Close the dour of the dishwasher.
Make sure that the door is completely
closed and
latched.
5.
Select a wash cycle, see Table 2, and depress
the
corresponding
cycle button, see Figure 2
6.
Start the dishwasher.
Turn "Start and Run Knob" to "START"
and depress
the On/Off
button. The indicator
light above On/Off
button will become
illuminated
and the the dishwasher
will start. The "Start and Run Knob" will rotate
clockwise
as the dishwasher
cycle progresses.
By
noting where the knob is pointing to it is possible to
discern
where in the cycle the dishwasher
is at any
time.
7,
To stop dishwasher.
Depress the On/Off button. The indicator light above
the On/Off button will turn off. See the following
section titled TO INTERRUlrf
OR RESET CYCLE.
PREPARATIONS FOR WASHING
Very little preparation is required before placing dishes,
pots, pans, etc. into the dishwasher. However, some
preparation is required:
Large solids, such as, hones, large seeds, shells, skins,
leafy vegetables, meat trimmings, etc. should be
removed either by scraping into a wastebasket, or into
your food disposer.
Large amounts of any type of leftover food should
also be scraped into a wastebasket or into your food
disposer.
Pots and pans that have burned-on food, the food is
blackened, should be pre-soaked and scoured. The
dishwasher cannot remove burned-on food.
Do not place the following items in the dishwasher:
> toothpicks
> small bones and bone slivers
> paper products such as paper plates and paper
napkins
> plastic bags or plastic packaging material.
In general,
try to remove loud scraps and place the items
to be washed in the dishwasher
before the food has had a
chance to dry-un.
Dried-on
food is more difl_cuh to
remove. If there will be an extended
period of time belore
the dishwasher
will be run il is recommended
that the
RINSE & HOLD cycle be used.
Other than the above, no special preparation
or prc-rinsing
is required fi)r dishes, pots and pans or utensils
with
normal amounts of fi)od soil.

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