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Proper Use Of Detergent; Forget To Add A Dish - GE GSD5200 Owner's Manual

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Using the Dishwasher Door
The door must be closed and locked into place to select a LOAD SELECTION or an OPTION .
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If the door is opened during a cycle and left open, the dishwasher will beep once every minute until the
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door is closed and latched into place.

Proper Use of Detergent

Use only detergent specifically made for use in
dishwashers. Cascade
®
, Cascade
Electrasol
®
Automatic Dishwashing Detergents have
been approved for use in all GE dishwashers. Keep
your detergent fresh and dry. Don't put powder
detergent into the dispenser until you're ready to
wash dishes.
The amount of detergent to use depends on
whether your water is hard or soft . With hard water,
you need extra detergent. With soft water, you
need less detergent.
Protect your dishes and dishwasher by contacting
your water department and asking how hard your
water is. Twelve or more grains is extremely hard
water. A water softener is recommended. Without
it, lime can build up in the water valve, which could
stick while open and cause flooding. Too much
detergent with soft water can cause a permanent
cloudiness of glassware, called etching .

Forget to Add a Dish?

A forgotten dish can be added any time before the main wash.
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Push the door latch to the left.
Once the water calms, open the door. Steam may rise out of the dishwasher.
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Add forgotten dishes.
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Close the door and push the latch to the far right.
You'll find two detergent dispensers on the inside
®
Complete and
door of your dishwasher. All wash cycles—except
RINSE ONLY —require detergent in the main cup.
Wash cycles with two washes will also use the open
cup. When using automatic dishwashing detergent
tabs, simply place one tab in the main cup and
close.
Open cup
Main cup
NOTE: To open detergent cup after it has been
closed, unlatch the door. Press the START/RESET
pad three times within two seconds and the
detergent cup will release. A snapping sound
may be heard.
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