Dishwasher detergents are very alkaline and extremely dangerous if
swallowed. Be careful to:
keep them away from your eyes and skin
keep children away from the dishwasher when the door is open
not fill the dispenser until you are ready to use the dishwasher.
• Use the amount of detergent needed, depending on:
- the softness or hardness of the water
- the soil level of the dishes
• Soft water and lightly soiled dishes generally require 10 to 20 grams of
powdered detergent; hard water and heavily soiled dishes 20 to 30 grams.
• Note: Fill only compartment 15 if you use concentrated detergents.
• Try using different amounts to get best results from the water in your
area. This may vary from the quantities suggested above.
• For testing to Australian standard AS/NZS 2007.1, place 20 grams of
detergent in the dispenser compartment and 10 grams of detergent
in the depression of the door.
AS/NZS 2007.1 Testing Program.
102 Model - use Regular Eco
302 Model - use Regular Eco
403 Model - use Regular Eco
• A white film or scale may build up in your dishwasher pump housing
and filters over time, especially in hard water conditions. If this
happens, use a descaler every six months to reduce these deposits.
Contact your local service centre if you need more information.
b. Detergent and Rinse Aid Dispensers
• The detergent and rinse aid dispensers are in a combined unit on the
inside of the dishwasher door.
• They automatically dispense detergent and rinse aid at the correct time
in the dishwasher program.
Using the Detergent and
the Rinse Aid Dispensers