8/ YOUR DISHWASHER'S EQUIPMENT
Items not suitable for washing in a dishwasher:
- Wooden cutting boards
- Stainless steel utensils or plastic utensils that are not heat-resistant
- Copper or pewter items
- Glued crockery and cutlery
- Cutlery with wooden, horn or mother-of-pearl handles
- Antique or hand-painted porcelain
When purchasing crockery, glasses or cutlery, ensure that it is dishwasher-safe
• THE LOWER BASKET
Arrange your items so that the water can cir-
culate freely and spray over all the utensils.
Place large diameter dishes and pans at the
Do not intersperse, jam together or superim-
pose flat plates and concave dishes (Fig. 08).
The flexible racking spikes makes it easier to
arrange your large dishes (Fig. 09).
When you re-insert the lower basket,
ensure that nothing catches on the oversize
plate barrier to avoid blocking the rotating
Unloading your items
Empty the lower basket to avoid drips from
the upper basket falling onto the lower basket.