KitchenAid KEWD175HBT06 user manual download

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IMPORTANT:
Before
cleaning,
makesureallcontrols
areoffand
thewarming
drawer
andthedrawer
accessories
arecool.
Always
follow
label
instructions
oncleaning
products.
Soap,
water
andasoftclothorsponge
aresuggested
firstunless
otherwise
noted.
STAINLESS
STEELSURFACES
Donotusesoap-filled
scouring
pads,
abrasive
cleaners,
Cooktop
Polishing
Creme,
steel-wool
pads,
grittywashcloths
orsome
paper
towels.
Damage
mayoccur.
Rub
indirection
ofgrain
toavoiddamaging.
Stainless
Steel
Cleaner
&Polish
(not
included):
See"Assistance
orService"
section
toorder.
Liquiddetergent
orall-purpose
cleaner:
Rinsewithcleanwater
anddrywithsoft,
lint-free
cloth.
Vinegar
forhardwater
spots
CONTROL
KNOB
Donotusesteel
wool,abrasive
cleansers
orovencleaner.
Donotsoakknob.
When
replacing
knobs,
makesureknobsareintheOFFposition.
Soapandwater:
Pull
knobstraight
away
fromcontrol
panel
toremove.
Wash,
rinseanddrywithasoftcloth.
WARMING
DRAWER
Paper towel
and spray glass cleaner:
Make sure drawer
is cool.
Follow
manufacturer's
instructions.
Warm, soapy water and a nonabrasive,
plastic
scrubbing
pad:
Wash, wipe with
clean water and dry thoroughly.
POSITIONING
RACK
Steel-wool
pad and warm, soapy water:
Wash, rinse and dry thoroughly.
PANS
Mild soap and water:
Wash, rinse and dry with soft cloth.
Do not clean in
dishwasher.
Discoloration
will occur.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Try the solutions
suggested
here
first
in order to avoid the cost of an unnecessary
service
call.
Warming
drawer
will
not operate
Is the power
supply
cord
unplugged?
Plug into a grounded
3 prong outlet.
Has
a
household
fuse blown, or has a
circuit
breaker
tripped?
Replace the fuse or reset the circuit.
Is the power switch
in the
"ON"
position, but the indicator
light not illuminated?
Reset unit by turning
the power
switch
to "OFF" and then
"ON."
The unit may have been in the timer mode, and the
timer may have ended its cycle.
Drawer does not slide properly
Has the drawer
been mounted
properly
on the slides?
See "Warming
Drawer Care" section.
Has the drawer
been overloaded?
The weight
inside the drawer should
not exceed
100 Ibs (45 kg).
Is the drawer
load
uneven?
Redistribute
the food to evenly
balance the weight.
Excessive
moisture
on the
drawer
Did you preheat
the drawer?
Preheat the drawer before each use. See "Warming
Drawer
Use" section.
Is the MOIST-DRY
setting
correct?
Set the MOIST-DRY slide to "DRY" to vent the moisture.
Was the food
covered
with
aluminum
foil?
See "Aluminum
Foil" section.
Drawer
does
not
shut
off automatically
Have you bypassed
the timer?
Check the Timer Override
switch. The Timer Override
switch
must be in the "OFF" position
for the timer to function
properly.
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