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GE 165D3080P049 Use And Care Manual

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Air Gap
11
RepairService
15
ApplianceRegistration
2
RinseAgent
6
Careand (leaning
11
SafetyInstructions
3
China,Crystal, S terling
10
UserMaintenance Instructions
11
CycleFeatures
5
Warranty
BackCover
Detergent,DetergentGuide
6,7
WaterTemperature
6
DispenserCups
7
WinterStorage
11
DoorLatch
4
EnergySaver
4,5
Energy-Saving T ips
2
Features
4
Loading
8,9
Modeland SerialNumbers
2
OperatingGuide
4,5
mm-in Model GSD400YK

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    contents Air Gap ApplianceRegistration Careand (leaning China,Crystal, S terling CycleFeatures Detergent,DetergentGuide DispenserCups DoorLatch EnergySaver Energy-Saving T ips — Features Loading — Modeland SerialNumbers OperatingGuide mm-in Model GSD400YK RepairService RinseAgent SafetyInstructions UserMaintenance Instructions BackCover Warranty WaterTemperature WinterStorage...

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    Paraobtenerla versibnen espaiiolde &te manual, namea GEAnswerCenter? serviciode informacibn parael consumidor, telifono800.626.2000 tips Ene~y”saviU Thepowerconsumption ofyour dishwasher c anbeminimized if youfollowthesesuggestions: dishwasherdy when ~ qmate full. Letdishesaccumulate in dishwasher. Whenyouputin a partialload,useRINSEONLY cycleto rinseoffheavysoils.Be sureto latchdoorwhenwaitingfor fullload.Thishelpskeepsoils moist,easierto remove.

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    –Comect toa properlyrated, protected andsizedpower-supply circuittoavoid electrical o verload. @ Useonlypowderor liquid detergents or wettingagents recommended forusein a dishwasher. unless *Do MN plastic items marked“dishwasher s afe”or the equivalent. Forplasticitemsnotso marked,checkthemanufacturer% recomn~endations. ms~~uc~~o~s using thi$ appliance. —.—-. -———-————— “Load .@lM plasticitemsso...

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    I_Jse o f this optionreducesthe electricalenergyused bythis modelapproximately9% for Nrormal C ycle. Whwasher Door Latch (Locked) STEP 4. SelecttheCycleandstart dishwasher. If yourdishwasher d rainsintoa foodwastedisposer,operatethe disposeruntilit is emptybefore startingthedishwasher. ( SeeCycle selectionhintson nextpage.) Toobtainthebenefitsofa complete cycle,be carefhlthatyoudo not turn the dial any further than to startthedishwasher.

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    Sel=tionMm cycle NORMALWASH—For mostloads — ofeveryday dishes,glasses — andcookware. LIGHTWASH—For dishesthat havebeen before pre-rinsed loading. A -lso, f orwashingvery lightly-soiled d isheswithsoils-that havenotdriedon. RINSEONLY—For rinsingpartial loadswhichwillbe washedlater. Donotuse detergent. happens each @You’ll h earoccasional c licking sounds: —Soft f ooddisposershredding action.

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    (~rease a nd activatepowder fictergents. Ifelpful hints: If outside temperatures are unusuallylow,or if!our watertravelsa Iongdistance /’rllm waterheaterto dishwasher, lou mayneed to set your water kc:~ter’s thermostatup. If youhave mvusedhot waterfor sometime, dlcwaterin the pipes will be cold. Turnon the hot waterfaucetal the...

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    I OpenCup HalfFull ~ HalfFull minimum None HalfFull None detergent Use nodetergent ~.Tryto removefoodscrapsand placedishesin dishwasher b efore soilhasa chancetodry andbecome hard.Disheswithdried-onsoilare moredifficultto washandmay requireadditional p reparation for goodresults.Remember t o use yourRINSEONLYcycleforsmall “holding”loads. Thefoodsmentioned above Note: are forexamples only.Otherfoods notmentioned mayalsoneedto be removed fromyourdishes.You...

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    ~>r thesilverwarebasket. !kM3d tk Thetoprackis bestforglasses,cupsandsaucers.Cups andglassesfitbestalongthe sides.Thisis theplacefor dishwasher-safe p lastics,too.Makesuresmallplastic itemsare lodgedin tightlysotheycan’tfallontothe Calrod@ heatingunit. Saucepans,mixingbowlsandother smallitemsmaybe placed—face d own—in thetop rack. Thetop rack is handyfor allkindsof odd shapes.Besurethe forceof wateranddetergentcan reachsoiledsurfaces.

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    Fitplatesandsaucersbetween thepins.Loadplatters, potsandbowlsalongthesides,in comersor in the back. — — Put flatwarein the removable silverware basketwith handlesup to protectyourhands.Nlixknives,forksand spoonsso theydon’tnesttogether.Distributeevenly. Smallplasticitems,suchas measuringspoonsand lids fromsmallcontainers,are notrecommendedfor automaticdishwashing. I f placedin thedishwasher, t hey shouldgo in the bottomof the silverwarebasketwiththe silverwareon top. Heavilysoiledpots,pansandcasserolesMUSTbe loadedin thebottomrack, facingdown.Propbroiler pansandracksalongthe edge.Shallowitemsmaybe...

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    . .—— -.--1” .—~ ‘ ...—...+..—. YFN > .’ MilkGlass mayyekw. Mm will Pewter MMW2SSSAY?; W!rlhg Sw?!r -YES Rm’f Sikw basketwithstainlesssteel. .#wid gdak contact betweenmetalscan damagesilver. .Dcm’t usecopperutensilsin thesameload. brown fih’n. Adhesive wsedto attachsome hollo$’~”ilandle special hw’wctiims r——--—--””-—”——’— ‘UXM,lScw’dy ‘check mant&M.n’w’s .!’...

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    ML$Je An air gapis a plumbing device.It protectsyourdishwasher a gainst waterbackingup intoit if a drain clogs.Theair gapis nota partof the dishwasher. A ndyoumaynot evenhaveone.Notallplumbing codesrequireair gaps. If youhavean air gap,checkit at leastoncea month.THEAIR GAPIS NOTPART OF YOUR DISHWASHER. IT ISNOT COVERED INYOUR WARRANTY.

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    _—— Questions? Use T his PROBLHM DI$I-IwAM-&ll ‘; ‘ Wq’!r F@N ;:: ‘ ‘. , m’iu$’itAiii?iiisE ‘ ‘ !-. , ..,’ .,., ,,-: ,’, . ‘, $& ,2’. ‘:. J.-J rmHEsiii@T”Ix@ .--., ..BLACK ORGRAY MARKS ONDISHES DETERGENT LEFT [NDIsPENSERCUPS...

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    PROBLEM SHYI’S ANDFILMING ONGLASSES AND FLATWARE detergent m ayhelpreducefilming. — — [f vinegar rinse doesn’t acidcrystalsinsteadof vinegar.(Mostdrugstorescarry citricacidcrystals.If yours ~oesn’t, c allGEFactoryService.) Usinga vinegaror citricacidcrystalrinsemorethantwicea month?Considera home ~~ater sofiener, CLOUDINESSON :fvinegaror citricacidcrystalrinsedoesn’twork,thecloudinessis “etching? rhe filmcannotbe removed. GLASSWARE hortest cyclethat willgetthemclean. Vatertemperatureenteringdishwasher exceeds150”F.

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    WATER WON’TPUMP If theentirebottomofthetubhaswater,you. m ayhavea drainprobkxn.Cleantheair gap,if youhaveone.(Seepage11.) OUTOF THETUB Checkthe kitchensink.Is it drainingwell?Youmayneeda plumber. If dishwasher d rainsintodisposer, r undisposerto clear.Besuredisposeris notclogged. Sudsingdetergents are notmeantfordishwashers. U SEONLYAU’IOMATIC SUDSIN THETUB DISHWASHER DETERGENTS TOAVOID SUDSING. Toremovesuds of coldwaterto thetub. Closeandlatchthe dishwasher. P umpoutwaterbyslowly turningthecontroldialuntila drainperiodis reached.

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    — — , _. Need s ertice If You Toobtainservice,seeyourwarranty onthebackpageofthisbook We’re proudofour serviceand wantyou. t o be pleased.If forsome reasonyouarenothappywiththe serviceyoureceive,herearethree stepsto followfor furtherhelp. FIRST,contactthepeoplewho servicedyourappliance. E xplain whyyouarenotpleased.Inmost cases,thiswillsolvetheproblem. NEXT,iI youare stillnotpleased, writeallthedetails-including yourphonenumber—to: Manager, C onsumerRelations GEAppliances Appliance Park Louisville, K entucky 40225 FINALLY, i f yourproblemis still...

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    If you then have any questions about operating the product, please contact your dealer or our Consumer Affairs office at the address below, or call, toll free: GE Answer Cente@ 800.626.2000 consumer information service ~ Improper installation. If you have an irmtallation problem, contact your dealer or installer.

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