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Important Safety Instructions
This symbol
will help alert you to such
dangers
as personal
injury,
burns,
fire,
and
electrical
shock,
1
To reduce
the risk of fire,
electrical
shock,
or injury when
using
your
dishwasher,
follow
basic
precautions
including
the
following:
Read
all instructions
before
using
your
dishwasher.
Use your
dishwasher
only
as instructed
in this
Use and
Care
Manual.
Instructions
appearing
in this
Use
and Care
Manual
are not meant
to cover
every
possible
condition
and situation
that
may occur.
Practice
common
sense
and caution
when
installing,
operating
and maintaining
any appliance.
DISHWASHER
MUST
BE ELECTRICALLY
GROUNDED.
Read
the Installation
Instructions
for details.
This
dishwasher
is designed
to operate
on
regular
house
current
(120
V, 60 Hz).
Use a
circuit
equipped
with
a 15 ampere
fuse
or circuit
breaker.
Use a 20 ampere
fuse
if dishwasher
is
connected
with
a food
waste
disposer.
Do not operate
dishwasher
unless
all enclosure
panels
are in their
proper
place.
To avoid
entrapment
and/or
suffocation,
remove
door
or door
latch
mechanism
from
any
dishwasher
that
is discarded
or not in use.
Keep
young
children
and infants
away
from
dishwasher
when
it is operating.
Do not let children
abuse,
sit, stand
or play
on
door
or racks
of a dishwasher.
Use only
detergents
and
rinse
agents
recommended
for
use in a dishwasher.
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Electrolux
Home
Products,
Inc.
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rights
reserved.
Store
dishwasher
detergent
and
rinse
agents
out of the reach
of children.
Do not wash
plastic
items
unless
marked
"dishwasher
safe"
or the equivalent.
Check
with
manufacturer
for recommendations,
if not
marked.
Items
that are not dishwasher
safe
may
melt
and
create
a potential
fire
hazard.
If the dishwasher
drains
into a food
disposer,
make
sure
disposer
is completely
empty
before
running
dishwasher.
Disconnect
electrical
power
to dishwasher
before
servicing.
Repairs
should
be done
by a qualified
technician.
Do not tamper
with
controls.
Do not touch
the heating
element
during
or
immediately
after
use.
When
loading
items
to be washed:
- Locate
sharp
items
and knives
so that
they
are not likely
to damage
the door
seal
or
tub.
- Load
sharp
items
and
knives
with
the
handles
up to reduce
the risk
of cut-type
injuries.
Under
certain
conditions,
hydrogen
gas may
be
produced
in a hot water
system
that
has not
been
used for 2 weeks
or more.
HYDROGEN
GAS
IS EXPLOSIVE.
If
hot water
system
has
not been
used for
such
a period,
before
using
dishwasher,
turn
on all hot water
faucets
and let
water
flow
from
each
for several
minutes.
This
wilt release
any accumulated
hydrogen
gas.
HYDROGEN
GAS
IS FLAMMABLE.
Do not
smoke
or use an open
flame
during
this time.
Do not store
or use combustible
materials,
gasoline
or other
flammable
vapors
and liquids
in the vicinity
of this
or any other
appliance.
SAVE
THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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in U.S.A.
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