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DE
TER
GENT
DISPENSER
The
dispenser
must
be refilled
before
the
start
of each
wash
cycle
following
the
instructions
provided
in
the"
Wash
Cycle
Table".Our
dishwashers
use
less
detergent
and
rinse
aid
than
conventional
dishwashers.
Generally,
only
one
tablespoon
of
detergent
is needed
for
a normal
wash
toad.
More
heavity
soiled
items
need
more
detergent.
Always
add
the
detergent
just
before
starting
dishwasher,
otherwise
it could
get
damp
and
wilt
not
dissolve
properly.
Amount
of Detergent
to
Use
'lhe
amount
of detergent
needed
can vary
due to differences
in water
hardness.
To determine
the
water
hardness
in your area,
contact
your
local
water
utility
or water
softening
company.
'lhe
harder
the water,
the more
detergent
you may
need.
Remember,
you should
adjust
the amount
of detergent
you use by small
amounts
until
you find the correct
amount.
R
em
oKing Hard
Water
Spo ts
To remove
hard
water
spots,
try the following:
Run
dishes
through
a normal
wash
program.
Remove
all metal
dishware,
such
as cutlery,
pans,
etc.,
from
the dishwasher.
Do
not add detergent.
Pour
two cups
of vinegar
into
a bowl
and set the bowl
face
up on the
lower
rack
of the dishwasher.
Run
the dishes
through
a normal
wash
program.
if this doesn't
work,
try the
same process
with
1
/ 4
cup of
citric
acid
crystals
instead
of vinegar.
A
WARNING!
Dishwasher
detergent
is corrosive!
Take care to keep
it out
of the
reach
of children.
Proper
Use
of Detergent
Use only detergent
specifically
made
for use
in dishwashers.
Keep your
detergent
fresh
and dry. Don't
put powder
detergent
into the
dispenser
until
you are
ready
to wash
dishes.
RINSE
AID
DISPENSER
The rinse
aid is released
during
the final
rinse
cycle
to prevent
water
spots
from
forming
on your
dishes
that can
leave spots
and
streaks,
it also
improves
drying
by allowing
water
to
"sheet"
off" the dishes.
To open
the dispenser,
turn the cap to the "open"
(left)
arrow
and
lift it out.
Pour
the rinse
aid into
the dispenser,
being
carefiH
not to
overfill.
Replace
the
cap by inserting
it aligned
with
"open"
arrow
and
turning
it to the closed
(right)
arrow.
A djus ring Rinse
Aid
Disp
enser
Our dishwashers
are designed
to use liquid
rinse
aids.
The
rinse
aid dispenser
is located
inside
the door
next
to the
detergent
dispenser.
To fill
the dispenser,
open
the cap and
pour
the rinse
aid into
the dispenser
until
the
level
indicator
turns
completely
black.
The dispenser
holds
about
100 mt (3.3 oz)
of
liquid
rinse
aid.
Be careful
not
to overfill
the
dispenser,
because
this
could
cause
over
sudsing.
Wipe
away
any
spills
with
a damp
cloth.
Don't
forget
to
replace
the
cap
before
you
close
the
dishwasher
door.
if you
have
soft
water,
you
may
not
need
rinse
aid
for
it may
cause
a white
film
to develop
on your
dishes.
A measured
amount
of rinse
aid
is released
during
the final
rinse.
As with
detergent,
the amount
of rinse
aid needed
for your
dishes
depends
on the
hardness
of the water
in your
area.
Too much
rinse
aid
can result
in lather
foaming
and cause
cloudiness
or streaks
on your
dishes,
if the water
in your
area is very
soft,
you may
not need rinse
aid.
if you do, you can dilute
the
rinse
aid with an equal
amount
of water.
The rinse
aid dispenser
has six settings.
Always
start
with
the dispenser
set
on " 1 ". if spots
and poor
drying
are problems,
increase
the amount
of rinse
aid dispensed
by removing
the dispenser
lid and rotating
the dial to "2".
if the
dishes
still are
not drying
properly
or are spotted,
adjust
the dial to the
next
higher
number
until
your
dishes
are spot-free.
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