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at a Glance ................................. 8
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Water Conditions
Special Care Items .............................. 11
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Before You Call ................................ 13-14
Back Cover
Congratulations on your choice
ofa Maytag Jetclean ®dishwasher! As you use your new appliance you will appreciate the
many features that have made it
the Consumer Rated No. 1
Please attach your sales receipt here. Keep
this information for your records (should
you ever need warranty service).
Your satisfaction is very important to us, so please read this
guide carefully. You will find instructions on the proper
operation and maintenance of your new appliance.
Enjoy your new dishwasher and thank you for choosing
Maytag !
go wrong, we suggest consulting the
"Before You Call" section in the back of this
Save time and money. If something should
book. It is designed to help you solve basic
problems before consulting a servicer.
However, should you need assistance in the future, it is
helpful to:
1) Have complete model and serial number identification of your dishwasher. This is located on the upper left
of the tub opening.
Record these numbers below for easy access.
2) Have proof of original date of purchase.
For additional questions, please contact us:
Maytag Appliances Sales Company
Attn: CAIR TM Center
P.O. BOX2370
Cleveland, TN 37320-2370
1-800-688-9900 USA
1-800-688-2002 CANADA
1-800-688-2080 USA TTY (for deaf, hearing
impaired or speech impaired.)
(Mon.-Fri., 8am-8pm Eastern Time)
Internet: http://www.maytag.com
I_ WARN1NG: Check with the installer to make sure
the appliance has been properly grounded to avoidpossible electrical shock. Be sure you read the Important
Personal Safety Instructions on page 2 before you use
this dishwasher.
Note: In our continuing effort to improve the quality of
our dishwashers, it may be necessary to make changes to
the appliance without revising this guide.
with a @label
Underwriter's Laboratories,
have been listed with
Inc. - those with a CSA tag
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tricity and moving parts, there is a potential hazard,
bottom of the tub during or at the completion
cycle. It may be hot.
have been listed with Canadian Standards Association.
Nevertheless, as with any other equipment using elec-
of a
Use only detergents and rinse additives designed
for an automatic dishwasher. Never use soap,
laundry detergent, or hand washing detergent in
your dishwasher. Keep these products out of reach
of children.
Read all instructions before using the dishwasher,
10. Do not sit, stand on or abuse the door or dish racks
of the dishwasher.
Use the dishwasher
11. Under certain
- When using your dishwasher,
low basic precautions
including the following:
only for its intended function.
power to dishwasher
gas may be
produced in a hot water system that has not been
used for two weeks or more. Hydrogen gas is
attempting to service,
To avoid electrical shock hazard, the sides and
back must be enclosed and the front panels must
be attached before electrical power is applied to
explosive. If the hot water system has not been
used for such a period, turn on all hot water
faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes. This will release any accumulated
the dishwasher. Refer to the installation
tions for proper grounding procedures,
hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do not
smoke or use an open flame during this process.
Connect to a properly rated, protected and sized
power supply circuit to avoid electrical overload,
Children should never be permitted to operate, or
play in, with, or around this dishwasher,
12. Do not wash plastic items unless marked "dishwasher safe" or the equivalent. For plastic items
not so marked, check the manufacturer's
13. Do not tamper with controls.
To reduce the risk of injury when loading items to
be washed, sharp or pointed items should be located with the handles up. Also, load sharp items so
they are not likely to damage the door seal.
14. Always remove the door to the washing compartment when removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding it.
Be careful not to touch the heating element on the
15. Use caution when unloading the dishwasher.
Dishes will be hot if unloaded shortly after a cycle
has completed.
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Before You Start
• Don't Prerinse. Simply scrape off any bones or
large food particles. The disposer in your dishwasher
will handle the occasional pits, fruit seeds and popcorn. These items will be chopped into small pieces
during the drain and removed with the drain water,
• Remove certain foods (such as mustard, mayonnaise,
lemon juice, vinegar, salt or dressings) from stainless
steel flatware as soon as possible. These foods may
cause rusting and pitting if allowed to remain in contact with the surface for an extended period of time.
You may hear a chopping noise during the drain. This
is normal,
• If connected to a food waste disposer, make certain
• Scrape or soak items with burnt on foods as they
require more energy than the rest of the load to clean
the disposer is empty before starting the dishwasher. This allows proper draining,
• Scrape off large amounts of tomato-based food
soils (see page 12).
• Soak or wipe a starchy film from utensils used to
cook foods such as potatoes, pasta, rice, oatmeal, etc.,
as they require more energy than the rest of the load to
clean satisfactorily.
General Recommendations
• Place all items in the racks so they are separated and
facing center. This ensures the water spray can reach
soiled surfaces for good washing and rinsing results,
• Load items so they do not rest over the top of the wash
tower. This water spray is needed to properly clean
items in the upper rack.
• Wedge flat, lightweight items (such as plastic lids) next
to the silverware basket or along the sides and back of
• Avoid blocking the upper and lower spray arms by not
allowing items to extend beyond the racks,
the racks.
• Items can be centered behind a single tine or loaded at
an angle to maximize space.
• Caution: Dishes will be hot if unloaded shortly after
cycle is completed.
Your new Maytag _ dishwasher is designed to accommodate a variety of dishes, glasses, stemware, utensils and pots
and pans. It also has the capacity to accommodate 10 to 12 place settings, with some Maytag ®models able to accommodate up to 13 place settings. The following illustrations and information will help you become more familiar with
your dishwasher racking system. After a few dishloads, you will be able to determine the best arrangement for your
How to Load 10 Place Settings
1 cup
3 saucers
on the
rack under
the StackRack
Upper Rack
(Features vary depending on model)
The upper rack is designed with flexibility and versatility. Glasses, cups, stemware, light-weight plastics, small plates,
bowls, pans, long-handled utensils, etc. can be loaded in this rack. Do not load glasses over the tines.
The Stack-Rack design on the right side of the upper
rack folds up or down for loading flexibility of a variety
of items. Fold it down to hold long-handled knives, spatulas and spoons or short items like cups or juice glasses.
Fold it up for taller items like glasses, bowls, plates, etc..
The curved wire is designed to hold stemware in place.
Lower Rack
Removable Utensil Basket
varies depending
on model)
The basket can be removed for ease in loading and
unloading items. Place items in the basket with some
handles up and some down. This prevents them from
nesting together and improves cleaning results. (Knives
or sharp, pointed items should be placed in the basket
with the handles up. Be sure thin, finely pointed items
do not extend through the basket and block the lower
wash arm.)
Use the covered section of the basket for small, lightweight items like baby spoons, plastic measuring
spoons, small plastic items, etc. Close the cover.
Lower Rack
vary depending
on model)
The lower rack is designed to accommodate a variety of large items such as
dinner plates, mixing bowls, pots and pans, baking dishes, etc.
With the Stack-Rack shelf raised, thin items like cookie sheets or pizza pans may be placed along the left side.
With the shelf down, two levels of glasses and cups can
be loaded.
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Tall items such as bakeware and large platters can be
placed on the left side or across the back of this rack.
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Convertible tines in the back-right corner can be adjust-
Create-A-Space '_'tines are located across the center of
the lower rack to the left and right of the center spray
nozzle. These allow small dishes or saucers to be loaded
between rows of plates.
ed to provide narrow spacing for loading plates or wide
spacing for loading deep bowls, pots or pans.
HOT Water
To check the incoming water temperature, turn on the
hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher and let it run
into a glass in the sink. Place a candy thermometer in the
For optimal cleaning and drying results, hot
is necessary.
The incoming
temperature should
be 120-140°F
to properly
detergent and melt greasy food soils,
If for any reason (such as laundering, showers, etc.) the
incoming water temperature is below 120°F (49°C),
glass and check the temperature once it has stopped rising. If the temperature is below 120°F (49°C), have a
qualified person raise the water heater thermostat setting.
select the Temp Sense option to have the dishwasher
thermostatically heat the water to proper temperature,
Before starting the dishwasher, turn on the hot water
faucet and let it run until the water is hot.
Use a detergent designed specifically for use in an automatic dishwasher. Be sure it is fresh and stored in a cool,
dry place (not under the sink).
parts from the damage that hard water deposits can
] ing detergent in your dishwasher as it will cause
in grains
The amount
of detergent
to per
use gallon
depends on
amount of soil on the dishes. Too little detergent results
in poor cleaning, hard water filming/spotting and poor
drying. Too much detergent can cause permanent etching/cloudiness.
[ severe oversudsing and possible leaks.
As a rule, use 1 teaspoon of detergent per grain of water
hardness, using a minimum of 3 teaspoons in soft water
situations. Place the recommended amount of detergent
in both cups for Normal and longer cycles. Do not
divide the recommended amount between the cups.
The following chart includes specific recommendations.
Each line in the detergent cup represents 3 teaspoons.
Water Hardness*
Detergent Use
Soft (0-3 gpg)
3 teaspoons
Add detergent just before starting the cycle.
Medium (4-9 gpg)
Hard (10-12 gpg)
4-9 teaspoons
10-12 teaspoons
For Normal or Pots and Pans cycles place the recommended amount of detergent in both the PRE WASH
and MAIN WASH cups. Close the cover. The dishwasher automatically releases detergent.
*Yourlocal water utiliO,or state university extension sen,ice
can tell you the degree of water hardness in your area.
For water hardness of 13-14 gpg add more detergent (1
teaspoon for each gpg above 12) to the beginning of the
main wash portion of the cycle. Unlatch the door, open
it slowly and add detergent to the bottom of the tub.
After relatching the door, the dishwasher will continue
through the cycle,
A Light/China cycle requires detergent in the MAIN
WASH cup only. Close the cover after adding detergent.
The detergent will automatically be dispensed.
The Quick Wash/Rinse cycle needs detergent in the
PRE WASH cup only. Close the cover after adding
detergent. The detergent will automatically be dis-
If water hardness is 15 gpg or harder, it is difficult to
achieve good results with any dishwasher. The solution
is a mechanical water softener to improve water quality,
detergent effectiveness, and to protect the dishwasher
Do not use detergent with the Rinse & Hold cycle.
Leave the detergent cup lid open when running Rinse &
Rinse Aid
Regular use of a rinse aid improves drying,
reduces spatting and filming; and reduces realsture left on the dishwasher interior,
To add rinse aid to the dispenser, turn the cap counterclockwise to open. Remove the cap and pour liquid rinse
aid into the opening. Replace the cap and turn it clockwise.
Your Maytag Jetclean ®dishwasher features an automatic rinse aid dispenser located near the detergent cups in
the door.
The clear window in the center of the dispenser cap
allows you to see if there is rinse aid in the reservoir.
When the window is colored, there is rinse aid in the dispenser. When the window becomes clear, it is time to
refill the dispenser. (As a guide, check the dispenser
Usage Tips
Use HOT Water
Hot water dissolves and activates the detergent,
dissolves grease from the load and improves d_ing
results. Refer to page 6 for more information.
• Use the Proper
of Detergent
The cycle selection depends on the amount of food
soil on the load. See page 8 for cycle descriptions.
Select Heated Dry
For improved d_ing select Heated Dry.
For best soil removal, good drying results and pre-
Energy Saving Tips
vention of filming, etching and spotting, the proper amount of detergent must be used. Refer to
page 6 for recommended amounts.
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• Don't prerinse!
Use a Rinse Aid
Regular use of a rinse aid improves drying results
and reduces spotting and filming. See above for
more information.
Load the Dishwasher
• Wash full loads. The same amount of electricity and
water are used.
• Load correctly for best washing results.
° Operate the dishwasher during off-peak
Cheek your local utility for rates.
To ensure soiled surfaces get adequate wash action,
carefully follow the loading instructions on pages
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at a Glance
Number of buttons and indicator lights may vary depending on model.
Your dishwasher features several cycles and options to clean and dry a variety of loads• The following information will
help you select the appropriate cycle and options for each situation.
Located around the knob on the right side of the panel.
Located on the pads on the left side of the panel.
POTS & PANS provides
a longer cycle for items
with heavy food soils.
Main Wash
Hi-Temp Rinse
designed to wash loads
containing dishes with
normal amounts of food
Main Wash
Hi-Temp Rinse
Pots & Pans provides temperature checks in the main
wash and final rinse. If necessary, the cycle is interrupted to heat water to the proper temperature; the HEATING DELAY light is illuminated during this time. Use
the Pots & Pans option to aid in removing tough food
10.3 Gal.
Sani Wash checks the main wash and final rinse temperature. If necessary, the cycle is interrupted to heat
water to the proper temperature; the HEATING DELAY
light is illuminated during this time. Sani Wash also
provides additional heating during dry. When the Sani
Wash option is selected with the Quick Wash/Rinse
cycle, additional heat is automatically added to the
wash. The Sani Wash option does NOT add dry time in
Quick Wash/Rinse. Use Sani Wash to aid in the removal
of tough, more diffi
cult to remove food soils (such as
starches and fats) and to boost drying results.
Temp Sense ensures proper water temperature when
using the Pots & Pans, Normal, or Light/China cycles. If
needed, the wash or rinse portions of the cycle are
extended until a proper water temperature is reached.
When the wash or rinse portions of the cycle are being
extended, the HEATING DELAY light is illuminated
Use this option if the incoming water temperature is
below 120 ° F (49° C) due to other household demands
such as showers and laundry.
Heated Dry ON improves drying results by turning on
the heating element during the dry portion of the cycle.
8.2 Gal.
designed for washing
6.1 Gal
lightly soiled loads or
Hi-Temp Rinse
china and crystal items. Dry
is designed for use when Rinse
42 Gal
lightly soiled dishes are
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RINSE & HOLD is for
rinsing dishes being held
until the dishwasher is
1.9 Gal.
full. This helps reduce
the potential for odors.
Heated Dry OFF turns the heating element off during
Delay Start allows you to program the dishwasher to
operate at a more convenient time or during oft- peak
energy rate hours. Simply turn the cycle selector knob
to the desired number of delay hours and latch the door.
the dry portion of the cycle. Towel drying of some items
may necessary with this selection and more moisture
may be noticed on the dishwasher interior.
[ Note: With either dry option, it is normal to notice
I vapor coming out of the vent area.
I Note: For optimal cleaning and drying results, hot
/ water is necessary to activate detergent and to break
/ down greasy
Starting The Dishwasher
Adding a Forgotten Item
After loading the dishwasher and adding detergent,
set the control knob to the desired cycle and press
For best cleaning, the forgotten item should be added
early in the cycle.
the appropriate option button(s).
Unlatch the door.
Run the water from the hot water tap to clear the
Wait for the water circulation to stop.
line of cold water before starting.
Press the door until it latches. The cycle will begin
with a drain prior to fill.
Open the door and add the item.
Close and latch the door.
The cycle resumes automatically.
Note: Water heating and dry options can be used separately or together.
Indicator Lights
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Delay Start glows when this option is selected. The
light stays on until the start of the cycle,
_ Heating Delay glows to indicate that the cycle is
being extended to heat water to the proper temperature.
The location of the _2 symbol around the knob corresponds to the heating delay portions of the cycle.
Water Conditions
Hard Water contains minerals that cause a film to develop on dishes, the dishwasher tub,and can deposit on the
mechanical parts of the dishwasher. You may first notice this as °'cloudy" glasses. To confirm if the film is removable, soak a glass for approximately 5 minutes in undiluted white vinegar. Rinse and dry. If the film is removed,
it is probably due to hard water (if not removed, see Soft Water).
To correct."
To remove film fi"om the dishwasher:
1. Adjust the detergent amount to the degree of water
hardness. (See pg. 6)
(Try one oftheJbllowing.)
1. A damp cloth and mild scouring powder.
2. Check the water temperature. (See pg. 6)
2. Run a Normal cycle with detergent in the MAIN
3. Use a rinse aid to improve the sheeting action of the
water. (See pg. 7)
WASH cup only. Pour 1/2 cup of white vinegar into
the water in the bottom of the tub after the first fill.
4. See page 14 for further information if, after following
the above guidelines, wash results are still not satisfactory.
Soft Water can promote etching if too much detergent is used, items are prerinsed or the water temperature is too
high. Etching is a permanent pitting or eroding of the surface of the glassware.
The beginning stages can be identified by a "rainbow"
effect-- shades of blue, purple, brown or pink when the
glass is held at an angle to the light. In advanced stages
the surface appears frosted, spotted or cloudy.
To prevent:
1. Adjust the detergent amount to water hardness. (See
pg. 6)
2. Adjust the water temperature. (See pg. 6)
Etching can happen in any dishwasher and there is no
relationship to the cost or quality of the glass.
3. Do not prerinse. This aggravates etching.
Rust Minerals (iron and manganese) can turn dishes or the tub interior a brown, red or bIack color.
To prevent:
To remove:
1. Drain your home's water heater once a year to flush
away any mineral deposits.
(Do not use this method on metal items.)
1. Use a rust removing compound like RoVer Rust
2. Check with a water treatment company like Culligan
or Kinetico to see if a filter is needed in the home.
Remover* (available from an authorized Maytag
Parts Retailer by using Part No. 057961). Do not use
RoVer with dishwashing detergent.
2. Fill both detergent cups with RoVer. Complete a
Normal wash cycle. Follow with a shorter wash cycle
using dishwasher detergent.
3. The only permanent solution is to install special filters which can remove iron and manganese from the
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Knowing what can and cannot be washed in your dishwasher is important. Most tableware, cookware and sil-
wash one small item for several washes before attempting to wash an entire set.
be washed
about an
your dishwasher.
with the manufacIf you
turer. If you cannot reach the manufacturer, simply test-
Note: It is the user's responsibility to determine if]
dishware shouldbe washed in a dishwasher.
Dishwasher Safe?
Yes,except anodized
aluminum and some
S pecial Information
High water temperature and detergents may affect finish. Check cleaning
Cast Iron
Seasoning will be removed, and iron will rust.
No, if antique or handpainted china,
Otherwise, check with
Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. Antique
hand-painted or over-the-glaze patterns may fade. Gold leaf may discolor. If
in doubt, test wash a small item for several weeks before washing entire set.
No, if antique or lightweight delicate crystal,
Otherwise, check with
Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. Some types
of leaded crystal may etch with repeated washings. If in doubt, test wash a
small item for several weeks before washing an entire set.
Yes, except milkglass.
Milkglass will yellow with repeated dishwasher washing.
Will discolor.
High water temperature and detergents may discolor or pit finish.
Cannot withstand high water temperatures and detergents.
Yes, top rack
(If labeled "dishwasher safe")
Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. Plastics vary
in their capacity to withstand high water temperatures and detergents.
Run a Rinse & Hold Cycle if not washing immediately. Prolonged contact
with foods containing salt, vinegar, milk products or fruitjuice could damage
Silver or
No, if has commercial
Otherwise, check with
Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. Run a Rinse
& Hold Cycle if not washing immediately. Prolonged contact with food conraining salt, acid or sulfide (eggs, mayonnaise and seafood) could damage finish. Commercial "darkening" may be removed by detergent.
Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. Wood may
warp, crack or discolor.
the Dishwasher
Your new Maytag Jetclean ® dishwasher requires little
maintenance attention. However, if you are going on
vacation, leaving a summer home or storing the dishwasher for an extended period of time, you may want
to review the following information.
2. Use a commercial dishwasher cleaning product such
as Jet-Dry Dishwasher Cleaner*, according to package directions,
Dishwasher Interior
Fill both detergent cups with a fresh-scented dishwasher detergent or baking soda and select a Normal cycle.
Allow the dishwasher to complete the cycle. Then turn
the water supply off and drain the dishwasher. To drain,
start any cycle as all cycles begin with a drain. Listen
for the drain to complete, then open the door to interrupt
the cycle prior to the fill. Operate the drain twice to
ensure most of the water is removed. Last, disconnect
the electrical supply and prop open the door.
The inside design is normally self-cleaning. However,
you may want to periodically check the bottom of the
dishwasher tub to see if any large particles have not
gone through the strainer portion of the module,
You may also want to wipe the edge of the inner door
liner to remove any food soil splashes which occurred
Dishwasher Exterior
during loading.
The color from some tomato-based food soils has been
known to occasionally adhere to today's dishwasher
tubs, causing discoloration. To help prevent this, when
washing a load of dishes soiled with tomato
Scrape excess tomato-based
prior to loading.
The front of the dishwasher can be cleaned with a soft
damp cloth and liquid spray cleaner. Do not use any
abrasive powders or cleaning pads.
food soils off of dishes,
Select the Pots & Pans cycle on the dial.
Do not use the Temp Sense or Sani Wash option if the
incoming water temperature is already 120°-140 ° F
(49°-60 ° C).
An)' odor inside the dishwasher is likely related to a
chemical (chlorine) odor from the detergent or a food
odor from soiled items sitting in the dishwasher. Try,
using a different detergent, especially a lemon- scented one, or purchase a fresh package and see if the odor
It is recommended that the Rinse & Hold feature be
used if dishes are to be held for a couple of day-sbefore
washing. This will remove most food soils that may
develop an odor.
For a strong odor, try"one of the following:
1. Place baking soda in both sides of the detergent cup.
Select Light/China and let the water circulate for
about 10 minutes. Stop the dishwasher by unlatching the door and let stand overnight. Restart the
dishwasher by latching the door and let it complete
the cycle.
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Check these points to help save you time and money:
• Be sure door is latched securely.
• Be sure the water is turned on.
Won't Fill
that the dial/pad is properly selected for a cycle.
time for select models to drain/pause before filling.
your home's circuit breaker or fuse box.
inlet hose for a kink.
• Check water valve inlet for sediment and clean if necessary.
• If hooked up to a food waste disposer, be sure the knock-out is removed
from the disposer inlet.
• Be sure the drain hose is elevated at least 32" so water cannot siphon back
into the tub.
Won't Drain/Water
in Tub Bottom
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• Use fresh detergent which has been stored in a cool, dry place.
Seems Noisy
Cycle Takes Too Long-(Heating Delay light stays on)
Has An Odor
for a food obstruction in the drain or disposer
drain hose for a kink
your home's circuit breaker or fuse box.
that the cycle is completed
• Check that the cycle is completed.
• Be sure dispenser is not blocked
Cup Not Empty
A water valve hiss during fill is normal
Water circulation sounds are normal.
A ticking noise is a normal timer sound (certain models)
A thumping sound may be a wash arm bumping an item that is extending
beyond the racks
• Chopping or grinding sounds may be heard during drain as the internal
food disposer chops hard items like fruit seeds, nuts, etc.
• Humming during drain is normal
• A snap noise is the detergent cup lid hitting the door liner when the dish
washer door is opened at the end of the cycle. This is normal
• Proper installation affects the noise level
• A water heating option (ie Temp Sense, Sani Temp, Sani Clean, etc.) has been
selected and the cycle is extended if the water temperature is low. (See pg. 8)
Check to see that the incoming water temperature is 120°- 140° F (49°-60 ° C)
• Dishes being held for a full load may need to be run through a Rinse &
Hold cycle while waiting
• Many dishwashers have a "new" smell when first installed It dissipates
with use.
• A chemical odor is usually the chlorine bleach in dishwashing detergents.
You may want to try another brand.
• Dishwasher not draining properly. (See "Won't Drain" section.)
• Check that the dishwasher is level. (Refer to the Installation Instructions.)
• Suds can cause the dishwasher to overflow. Measure the detergent carefully and use only detergents designed for use in a dishwasher. Less detergent is needed in soft water. Try another brand if sudsing continues.
• Follow directions closely on how to add a forgotten item (see pg. 9).
• To avoid rinse aid leaking from the dispenser, be sure the lid is securely
• Occasionally moisture droplets may be noticed on the door vent in the
area where heated air escapes from the tub. This is normal. If the door is
opened before the droplets have evaporated, they may fall to the floor.
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Food Soil Remains
On Dishes
Run hot water at the sink before starting the dishwasher.
Select Temp Sense and San• Wash.
Check water hardness and adjust detergent amount accordingly. (See pg. 6)
Use fresh detergent stored in a cool dry place.
Select proper cycle for the soil level.
Load items so they do not block the wash arms or center tower. (See pgs. 3-5)
Load the utensil basket with some handles up and some down to prevent nesting.
Do not place glasses over tines.
• Adjust detergent amount to water hardness. (See pg. 6 and page 10)
• Check water temperature. Incoming hot water should be between 120°-140 ° F
(49°-60 ° C).
• Use a rinse aid such as Cascade Rinse Aid* regularly.
• Don't prerinse. The detergent needs food soils to act on.
• If the problem persists after following the above guidelines, it may be due to
other factors. In this case, try the following:
• Lower the incoming water temperature to 120°- 130° F (49°-56 ° C).
• Decrease the amount of detergent in the MAIN WASH cup to 3 teaspoons.
• Set the control dial to the Pots & Pans setting.
• Deselect water heating options.
Glasses Are Cloudy/Spotted
Items Washed in the Dishwasher
or the Dishwasher Tub Itself are
• Aluminum utensils or pans can leave marks when they rub against other items.
Leave a slight space between items.
• Iron in the water can leave a yellow, brown or orange film on dishes or the
dishwasher tub. A filter may be needed. RoVer Rust Remover* can be used to
remove rust.
• Color from tomato sauces may adhere to the tub (see page 12). If light staining has occurred, leave the door open to oxidize the stain away. For removal
of heavier stains, try a dishwasher cleaning product (such as Glisten*) that
contains citric acid. Changing to a lemon-scented detergent (such as
Sunlight*) may also help.
Items Not Properly Dried/
Moisture is present on the
dishwasher interior after the dry
• Load dishes according to instructions so they do not strike each other. (See
pgs. 3-5)
• We do not recommend washing fine antique china/crystal in the dishwasher.
• Do not load glasses over the tines.
• Do not overload.
is Chipped
Be sure Heated Dry is selected.
Water droplets may form on the inner door as part of the drying process.
Use a rinse aid like JetDry* or Cascade Rinse Aid* regularly, to improve drying.
Check water temperature. (See pg. 6)
Select Temp Sense and San• Wash.
Increase detergent amount to match water hardness.
Load properly. (See pgs. 3-5)
Plastic and teflon items are inherently difficult to dry because they have a porous
surface and tend to collect water droplets. Towel drying may be necessary.
• Glasses and cups with concave bottoms hold water and require towel drying.
• A Quick Wash/Rinse cycle does not dry the dishes. Towel drying is required.
• Brand names are trademarks of the respective manufacturer.
For further
Sales Company,
Assistance: U.S. 1-800-688-9900
Canada 1-800-688-2002
Warranty ...........................................
Full One Year Warranty
For ONE (1) year from the date of original retail purchase, any part which falls in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of charge.
Limited Second Year Warranty
After the first year from the date of original retail purchase, through the second year, parts which fail in normal home use will be repaired or
replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
Limited Third Through Fifth Year Warranty
After the second year from the date of original retail purchase, through the fifth year. all of the following components which fail in normal home
use will be repaired or replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation. These components include:
Any parts of the Jetclean ®system for all models, including the complete power module assembly, sensor, center spray nozzle, spray arms, top
wash arm hose. and motor.
Computer Touch Control models only - any microprocessor and touch pad assemblies,
All models against rust, including exterior cabinet and front panels cffconvertible models, the exterior front panels and accessory side panels of
built-in models, and nylon coated racks (available on selected models(,
Full Twenty-Year Warranty
First through the twentieth year
From the date of original purchase through the twentieth year, should the tub develop a water leak in normal home use. the dishwasher itself will
be replaced FREE OF CHARGE.
First through the twentieth year
From the date of original purchase through the twentieth year should the door liner develop a water leak in normal home use. repair or replacement of the door liner will be made FREE OF CHARGE,
PLEASE NOTE: These full warranties apply only when the dishwasher is located in the United States or Canada. Dishwashers located elsewhere
are covered by the limited warranties only, including a limited warranty for pans which fail diwing the first year.
Canadian Residents
These warranties cover only those dishwashers installed in Canada that have been listed with Canadian Standards Association unless the dishwashers are brought into Canada due to transfer of residence from the United States to Canada.
The specific warranties expressed above are the ONLY warranties provided by the manufacturer. These warranties give yon specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
To Receive Warranty
To locate an authorized service company in your area contact the Maytag dealer from whom your appliance was purchased; or call Maytag
Appliances Sales Company, Maytag Customer Assistance at the number listed below. Should you not receive satisfactory warranty service, please
call or write:
Maytag Appliances Sales Company
Atm: CAIR TM Center
RO. Box 2370
Cleveland, TN 37320-2370
U.S. customers using TTY for deaf, hearing impaired or speech impaired, call 1-800-688-2080.
NOTE: When
writing about an unsolved service problem, please include the following information:
Your name, address and telephone nmnber;
Model number and serial number (found on the upper left comer of the tub opening) of your appliance:
Name and address of your dealer and the date the appl ance was purchased;
A clear description of the problem you are having;
Water hardness, detergent brand and amount, water temperature, and cycle used;
Proof of purchase (sales receipt).
Not Covered
By These resulting
and damages
from any of the following:
a. Improper installation, delivery, or maintenance,
h. Any repair, modification, alteration or adjustment not authorized
by the manufacturer or an authorized servicer,
c. Misuse, abuse, accidents, or unreasonable use.
d. Incorrect electric current, voltage or supply,
e. Improper setting of any control.
2. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed,
altered, or cannot be readily determined,
3. Products
The cost of
service or
call toor: industrial use.
a. Correct installation errors.
b. Instruct the user on proper use of the product.
c. Transport the appliance to the servicer.
5. Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any
person as a result of any breach of these warranties.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
consequential or incidental damages, so the above
exclusion may not apply.
User's Guides, service manuals and parts catalogs are available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Maytag Customer Assistance.
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