WARNING! RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT
PROPER DISPOSAL OF THE DISHWASHER
Junked or abandoned dishwashers are dangerous...
even if they will sit for "just a few days." If you are
getting rid of your old dishwasher, please follow
the instructions below to help prevent accidents.
WHEN USING YOUR DISHWASHER
Contents washed in Anti-Bacteria
cycle may be hot to the touch. Use care before unloading.
s Use only powder, tabs, liquid detergents or rinse
agents recommended for use in a dishwasher
and keep them out of the reach of children.
Automatic Dishwashing Detergents and Jet-Dry
rinse agent have been approved for use in
all GE dishwashers.
s Using a detergent that is not specifically designed
for dishwashers will cause the dishwasher to fill
READ AND FOLLOW THIS SAFETY INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Before You Throw Away Your Old Dishwasher
Take off the door of the washing compartment or
remove the door latch (as shown).
NOTE: PDW9200–PDW9800 Series models also have a latch
screw which must be removed (Step 1) as shown.
s Locate sharp items so that they are not likely to
damage the door seal.
s Load sharp knives with the handles up to reduce
the risk of cut-type injuries.
s Do not wash plastic items unless marked
dishwasher safe or the equivalent. For plastic
items not so marked, check the manufacturer's
s Non-Dishware Items: Do not wash items such as
electronic air cleaner filters, furnace filters and
paint brushes in your dishwasher. Damage to
dishwasher and discoloration or staining of
dishwasher may result.
s Do not touch the heating element during or
immediately after use.
s Do not operate your dishwasher unless all
enclosure panels are properly in place.
s Close supervision is necessary if this appliance
is used by or near children.
s Load light, plastic items so they will not
become dislodged and drop to the bottom of
the dishwasher—they might come into contact
with the heating element and be damaged.