Flashing display lights.
What It Means
has been pressed
Control or Sequence
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
flatware, cookware and plastic.
Filling the Dispenser
Fill the rinse agent dispenser until it reaches the bottom
of lip inside the opening. 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 cap, you have enough.
A full dispenser should last about one month.
If rinse agent spills, wipe up the excess.
What To Do
If the sensing light doesn't come on during the first part of the NORMAL or
POTS & PANS cycles, the CLEANSENSOR is not working. Call for service. The
dishwasher will continue to work without the CLEANSENSOR.
NOTE: This light will NOT stay on the entire cycle.
Allow up to 90 seconds for the dishwasher to drain and reset before selecting
a new cycle.
Press the START/RESET pad to turn off the beeper. Turn off power at the circuit
breaker for 10 seconds, then restore power. If the rinsing light continues to
flash, then call for service.
Press the START/RESET pad to turn off the beeper and the dishwasher will
attempt to reset. Then restart the wash cycle. If this error continues, call
rinse agent removes spots and prevents new film buildup on your dishes, glasses,
hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher, place
the thermometer in a glass and let the water run
continuously into the glass until the temperature