Using the dishwasher.
Check the Water Temperature
The entering water must be at least 120°F. and not more than
150°F., for effective cleaning and to prevent dish damage. Check
the water temperature with a candy or meat thermometer. Turn on
the hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher, place the thermometer
in a glass and let the water run continuously into the glass until the
temperature stops rising.
rinse agent removes spots and prevents new film build-up
on your dishes, glasses, flatware, cookware and plastic.
Fill the rinse agent dispenser
until it reaches the bottom of lip
inside the opening. Do not overfill
the dispenser. Replace cap.
To check if rinse agent is needed,
press the clear center of the fill cap 2 or 3 times. If rinse agent fills
the center of the fill cap, you have enough.
A full dispenser should last about one month.
If rinse agent is spilled, wipe up the excess.
Dish Preparation Prior to Loading
No pre-rinsing of normal food soil is required.
Scrape off hard soils, including bones, toothpicks, skins,
Remove large quantities of any remaining food.
Remove leafy vegetables, meat trimmings, and
excessive amounts of grease or oil.
Remove acidic food soils that can discolor stainless steel.
Using the Dishwasher Door
The door must be closed and locked into place to select a LOAD
SELECTION or an OPTION .
If the door is opened during a cycle and left open, the dishwasher
will beep once every minute until the door is closed and latched