RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE
WATER, PRESSURE, AND TEMPERATURE
For the best opera ng results, the incoming water should be HOT and the pressure should
be between 0.03~1.00 Mpa. Incoming water supply for the dishwasher is controlled by a
"low water switch" applica on, in the event your household water ceases, the dishwasher
will stop. We only recommend using HOT water for maximum eﬃciency and op mal results.
HOW IT WORKS:
Your dishwasher cleans by spraying a mixture of clean HOT water and detergent (under
pressure) against the soiled surface of your dishes. The water is pumped through a rota ng
spray arm, drained through a ﬁlter removing food and soiled par cles, then pumped back
through the spray arm.
Soiled water is pumped out and replaced with clean water at the end of each cycle. For the
best cleaning results, the water temperature must be at least 120 F. To prevent damage to
your dishwasher, the temperature of the incoming water supply should not exceed 150 F
NOTE: "Hard Water" condi ons will adversely aﬀect the performance of your dishwasher's
washing ability. Hard water condi ons will also contribute to "Lime" (white ﬁlm substance)
deposits, and/or "Scaling" on the stainless steel surface of the dishwasher tub and "Heater
Element" located in the sump underneath the removable ﬁlter screen. To assist in minimizing
these condi ons, it is recommended to periodically operate/rinse the inside of an empty
dishwasher using one cup of white vinegar (at least once a week) or special cleaning
products that clean calcium and lime deposits.
PREPARING TO WASH DISHES:
For best results, rinse dishware and perform the following steps before loading your dishes:
Discard any big chunks of food from the plate.
Remove any oils and grease.
Remove s cky food residues and loosen burned-on residues.
Empty liquids such as soups and beverages from glassware and cups.