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Keeping your dishwasher clean improves its performance,
reduces unnecessary
repairs, and lengthens its life.
CLEANING
THE EXTERIOR
It's best
to clean
spills on the
outside
of your
dishwasher
as they
occur.
Use
a soft,
damp
cloth on the
control
panel to gently
wipe
away spills
and dust.
Do not
use benzene,
wax,
thinner,
chlorine
bleach,
or
alcohol.
These
materials
may discolor
the
inner walls
and
cause
stains.
Do not
clean the
dishwasher
by
sprinkling
water
over
it and avoid
letting
water
come
into contact
with
any of the electrical
parts.
lf your
dishwasher
has a stainless
steel door
panel,
you can clean
it with
a stainless
steel cleaner
for
Home
Appliances
or similar
product
using
a clean,
soft cloth.
CLEANING
THE iNTERiOR
Clean the
interior
of your
dishwasher
periodically
to remove
any dirt
or food
particles.
Wipe
the inside
of
the
dishwasher
and the
inner part
of the door
with
a wet
dishcloth.
We recommend
filling
the
detergent
dispenser
with
dish detergent,
and then
running
the
dishwasher
empty
periodically
using
either the
Normal
or Quick
cycle
with
the sanitize
option.
This will
keep your
dishwasher
clean.
If white
spots
and odor
are still present
in your
dishwasher,
run the
Normal
cycle
with
the
dishwasher
empty
and without
detergent
until it flushes.
Then,
interrupt
the
cycle
and put
an 8 ounce
cup of white
vinegar
into
the
lower
basket.
Close
the dishwasher
and
let the
cycle
finish.
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Do not
remove
the tub
front
seal (the long rubber
seal enclosing
the opening
of the
dishwasher).
CAUTION
CLEANING
THE NOZZLES
If your
dishwasher
does
not seem
to be cleaning
adequately
or the nozzles
seem
clogged,
you can clean
each
of the nozzles.
When
removing
the
nozzles,
take
care
as they
may
break.
Lower
nozzle
t.
Check
whether
the nozzle
holes
are
clogged
by food
particles.
2.
If cleaning
is needed,
remove
the nozzle
by
pulling
it upwards.
3.
Clean
the nozzle,
and then
push
it back
into place.
4.
Check
whether
the nozzle
is engaged
correctly
by rotating
it by hand.
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cleaning
and
maintaining
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