Consider purchasing utensils that are labeled dishwasher safe.
Use mild detergents that are labeled for dishwasher use. If necessary seek
further informa on from detergent manufacturers.
For par cular items, select a wash cycle with a low temperature se ng.
To prevent any damage, do not take glassware and cutlery immediately out of
the dishwasher a er the wash cycle has ended.
Excep onally small items should not be washed in the dishwasher.
OPERATING YOUR DISHWASHER:
Ensure that all electrical, water, and drain connec ons have been installed
correctly before proceeding.
Load the dishwasher (see the "Loading Dishwasher" sec on).
Make sure that the water supply is turned on to full pressure.
Add the appropriate amount of dishwasher detergent to the dispenser
(see "Dishwashing Detergent" sec on).
Close the door and ensure that the door latch has engaged.
Turn the dishwasher ON by pressing the ON/OFF bu on.
Select the appropriate wash cycle/program (see "Wash Cycle Sequence"
Press the Start/Reset bu on. The indiciator lights will ﬂash intermi ently to
indicate the dishwasher is in "RUN" mode.
NOTE: When you press the Start/Reset bu on to pause the unit during washing, the indica-
tor lights will stop blinking and the dishwasher will stop working un l the Start/Reset bu on
is pressed again
DISHWASHING DETERGENT AND RINSE AID
NOTE: Use ONLY detergent speciﬁcally made for automa c dishwashers. Check the product
packaging to be certain. Keep your detergent fresh and dry. Do not put powder detergent
into the dispenser un l you are ready to wash dishes.
The amount of dishwashing detergent used is dependent on the condi on of your
household water supply. Extra detergent is required for hard water condi ons, while less
detergent is needed for so water condi ons. Your water u li es company should be able
to tell you the condi on of your household water supply.