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RR
Operating
Instructions
(continued)
Note:
Features
and
appearance
may
differ
depending
on the
model
you
selected.
OFF
NORMAL WASH
_3
DRYING
[3
Cycle
Chart
Cycles
Water
Time
Washes/Rinses
(approx.)
(approx.)
Normal
6.9
gal.
109min.*
2washes
4rinses
Wash
5.7
imp. gal.
26.1
liters
Includes dry time.
Cycle
Chart
Cycles
Water
Time
Washes/Rinses
(approx.)
(approx.)
Pots &
8.4 gal.
103 min.*
2 washes
5 rinses
Pans
7.0
imp. gal.
31.8
liters
Normal
7.2 gal.
95 min.*
2 washes
4 rinses
Wash
6.0
imp. gal.
27.3
liters
Light
6.0
gal.
89 min.*
1 wash
4 rinses
Wash
5.0
imp. gal.
22.7
liters
Rinse/
1.2 gal.
10 min.
1 rinse
Hold
1.0
imp. gal.
4.5
liters
Plate
14 min.
Warmer
Includes dry time.
"
NORMAL
WASH
LIGHT WASH
Preparing and Loading Dishes
Dish Preparation
Scrape
away
large
pieces
of food,
bones,
pits,
toothpicks,
etc. The
continuous
filtered
wash
system
will remove
remaining
food
particles.
Burned-on
foods
should
be loosened
before
loading.
Empty
liquids
from
glasses
and
cups.
Foods
such
as mustard,
mayonnaise,
vinegar,
lemon
juice
and tomato
based
products
may
cause
discoloration
of stainless
steel
and plastics
if allowed
to sit for a tong period
of time.
Unless
the dishwasher
is to be operated
at once,
it is best
to rinse
off these
food
soils.
Load
racks
so that large
items
do not prevent
the detergent
dispenser
from
opening.
Check
manufacturer's
recommendations
before
washing
items
in question.
If the dishwasher
drains
into a food
disposer,
be sure
disposer
is completely
empty
before
starting
dishwasher.
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