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Dishwasher
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Dispenser &
Detergents
(continued)
Rinse Aid
Rinse
aid greatly
improves
drying
and
reduces
water
spots
and
filming.
Water
"sheets"
off
dishes
rather
than
forming
water
droplets
that
cling
and leave
spots.
Rinse
aids
come
in solid
or liquid
form.
If your
dishwasher
does
not have a rinse
aid dispenser,
a
solid
rinse
aid should
be fastened
to the front
corner
of the upper
rack.
When
material
dissolves
and
the container
is empty,
it is time
to replace
it.
A dispenser
for liquid
rinse
aid is located
next
to
the detergent
cup and automatically
releases
a
measured
amount
of rinse
aid during
the last
rinse.
If spotting
and
poor
drying
are problems,
increase
the amount
of rinse
aid dispensed
by
rotating
the dial to a higher
number.
The dial
is
located
under
the dispenser
cap. The
indicator
will
be dark
when
full
and wilt show
clear
when
it is
time
to refill.
To add
liquid
rinse
aid, turn
dispenser
cap
1/4 turn
counterclockwise
and
lift out.
Pour
in rinse
aid until
liquid
touches
the indicated
fill level.
Replace
cap.
Do not overfill
since
this can cause
oversudsing.
Wipe
up any spills
with
a damp
cloth.
The
dispenser
holds
enough
for
35 to 140 washes,
depending
on the setting.
Dispenser
Opening
<
RINSE AID
Indicator
l"
Adjustable
setting
Dispenser
Cap
Factors Affecting
Performance
Water
Pressure
The
hot water
line to the dishwasher
must
provide
water
pressure
between
20 and
120 psi.
Low
water
pressure
may
occur
when
laundry
or
showers
are
in operation.
Wait
until water
use is
reduced
before
starting
dishwasher.
Water
Temperature
Hot water
is needed
for
best dishwashing
and
drying
results.
Water
entering
dishwasher
should
be at least
120°F
(49°C)
to give
satisfactory
results.
To check
water
temperature
entering
dishwasher:
Turn
on hot water
faucet
nearest
dishwasher
for several
minutes
to clear
cool
water
from
pipes.
Hold
a candy
or meat
thermometer
in stream
of water
to check
the temperature.
If temperature
is below
120°F
(49°C),
have
a
qualified
person
raise
the hot water
heater
thermostat
setting.
Important:
Before
starting
a cycle,
run
hot
water
to clear
cool
water
from
pipe.
The
HOT
DRY
option
in combination
with
rinse
aid will
give
you
excellent
drying
results.
The
energy
to
use
HOT
DRY
costs
pennies
per cycle.
You
may
turn
off the
HOT
DRY
option,
however
you
will
have
items
in your
dish
load
that
will
not be
dry at the
end
of the
cycle.
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