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PotwasherTM
ModelHDB820
OPEMTINGINSTRU~lONS
Spmial Features
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SAVER DRY option pushbuttonslet you save electrical power by shutting off the
ENERGY
heater in the dry cycle when fast drying is not needed.
*
WASH CYCLES:
The Power Scrub@Cycle, combined with the Potwasher’s high performance Power WashT~
system, may not do everything (such as remove burned-on soils), but will remove dried-on
and baked-on soils from pots, pans and casseroles.
~ 3 pushbutton automatic cycles— POWER SCRUB@,NORMAL SOIL, and RINSE & HOLD.
e SHORT WASH setting on control dial to save water.
SOUND lNSULATED for quiet operation.
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CRYSTAL-CLEART~RINSE DISPENSER automatically injects wetting agent into the final
rinseto reduce water spotting.
UNICOUPLE FAUCET CONNECTOR makes it easy to hookup dishwasher to faucet with
one easy motion. Lets you continue to use faucet while dishwashe~is operating.
3-LEVEL POWER WASHT~ SYSTEM provides thorough dishwashing, with water directed
upward, downward and from the middle.
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AdditionalQualityFeatures
@ BUILT-INSOH FOODDISPOSER
@ WASH-WATERTEMPERATURE
MAINTENANCE
@ CYCLE-;NDICATORCONTROLDiAL
@ AUTOMAT#CDUALDETERGENT
DISPENSER
o CUSHION-COATi:D,RANDOM-LOADING.
FULL-EXTENSIONRACKS
@ WHITEPORCELAIN-ENAMEL
INTER1OR
@ AUTOMATICRETRACTINGSTABILIZERS
@ AUTOMATICWATER-LEVELCONTROL
@ CALROD@
H~TING UNIT
KeyFacts
e Dimensions: Height 36%’( Width 24%”,
Depth 24%” including handle,
Door swings out 24%”.
a Electrical requirements:
volts: 115
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Amps: 15 anlp circuit breaker or regular fuse.
Hertz: 60
Three-prong grounding type receptacle
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is required.
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* Total cycle time (normal cycle); 67 minutes
e Water consumption (normal cycle): 11.4 gallons
8 Machine electrical energy (normal cycle): 0.76 Kwh.
* White porcelain enamel inierior.
a Inlet water pressure required: 15 to 120 Ibs, per
square inch.
e Inlet water temperature recommended: 140°F.
e Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc. listed.
@ Conversion Kit (Cat. No. WD35X5073) to convert
dishwasher to ~ermanent installation is available
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CYCLE SELECTOR
PUSHBUTTONS
ENE~#,:~VER
DOOR-LATCH
PUSHBUTTONS
UPPER
RACK
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LOWER CRYSTAL-CLEARW POWER DUAL-DETERGENT AUTOMATIC
RETRACTING
RACK RINSE DISPENSER WASH’’”ARM olspENsER
STABILIZER
Before operating your dishwasherfor the first time.=.
A~ACHAERATOR FAUCETADAPTER
The special aerator faucet adapter supplied with your
dishwashermust be assembledto the sink faucet spout
beforeyou can use your dishwasher.The faucet adapter
is designedto fit standardfaucet spouts havinginternal
or externalthreads.You will find the adapter and two
washersin the “Hardwarefor Installation”packetin your
dishwasher.
To installfaucet adapter,first removethe old aeratoror
trinlringon your faucetspout.
If faucetha~ex*-rnalthreads,insertthe thinnerof the
two washersinto the faucet adapterand attach it to the
faucetspout (Fig. I).
If faucethas internalthreads,insertboth washersinto
the faucet adapter and attach it to the faucet spout
(Fig.2).
If the faucet adapterthreadsdo not match your faucet
spoilt,your local hardwa~eor plumbingsupply storenor-
reallyhas additionalfittings to adaptyour faucet spout
to thespecialaerat~rfaucetadapter.
NOTE: A sink spray attachmenthose can burst if it
installedon thesamesinkwithyourdishwasher.We suggest that you disconnect the sink spray attachmen
yoursinkhasoneandplug thehole.
FILLCRYSTAL-CLEAR~RINSE DISPENSER
See instructionsin your Use & Care Book.
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To operate
yourdishwasher...
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@ NORM4L SOIL cycle is for most loads of everyday
PREPAREYOURTABLEWARE,POTS&
PANS,AND LOADDISHWASHERPROPERLY dishes,glassesandcookwarewithlightto heavysoils.
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ADD DETERGENT
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Seeyour Use& CareBook.
Properdetergentsare very important to achieve good
dishwashingresults.Use only freshdetergentsdesigned
for automaticdishwashers.Reviewthe detergentsection
of the Use and CareBook to becomefully familiarwith
detergent-loading
procedure.
@ RINSE& HOLD cycle should be selectedwhenyou have
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0 ENERGY SAVER OPTION BUTTONS
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CONNECTTHE UNICOUPLEAND HOSES
%fer b your Use & CareBook.
PLUGIN POWERCORD
R PERSONALSAFETY,
S APPLIANCE MUST BE
@ OPERLYGROUNDED.
Thepowercord of thisappliance
is equippedwith a three-prong
(grounding)plug which mates
with a standardthree-prong(grounding)wall receptacle
to minimizethepossibilityof electricalshockhazardfrom
this appliance.Thecustomershouldhave the wallreceptacleand circuit checkedby a qualified electrician to
makesurethereceptacleis properlygrounded.
IF DIFFERENT CONDITIONS ARE ENCOUNTERED,SEE YOURUSE & CARE BOOK.
If walloutlet is controlledby a switch, turn on switch.
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SELECTTHECYCLE
POWER SCRUB@cycle is designedto removeDRIEDON and BAKED-ON soils. Thesesoils will be removed
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@ SHORTWASHcycleis for tablewarethatis midlysoiled
withsoils that havenot driedon. Normallyyou will not
requiretwodetergentwasheswiththiscycle.
from utensils that are in good condition if you follow
loading and operating instructions
carefully. It is especia~y important to load items with heavy, DRIED-ON
or BAKED-ON soils such as pots, pans and casseroles,
open end down in thelowerrackfacingdirectlytoward
thelowerwasharm.In thispositiontheitems will receive
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most vigorous wash action for maximum soil removal.
-- would expec., severely BURNED-ON soils occa‘%nally may not be completely removed, especially if the
ce of the utensil is etched, pitted or otherwise in poor
ition. After washing items of this type, any remaining
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should be removed by hand. Discoloration of utensils
caused by overheating during cooking cannot be removed
by the dishwasher.
only a partialloadandplanto wait untilthe dishwasher
is filledbeforewashing.DO NOTUSE DETERGENTIN
THE RINSE& HOLDCYCLE.
NOTE: After usingthe RINSE & HOLD cycle, be sure
you selectthedesiredwashcycle for thenextload.
DRYINGHEATON–Depress thisbuttonandthedrying
heateris energizedto circulateheatedair overthedishes
for fast drying.
DRYINGHEATOFF– Depressthisbuttonandthedrying
heateris disconnectedto saveelectricalenergyandallow
thedishesto dry by theirownheatovertime.Thisoption
is best usedwhenthe dishesarewashedat nightandcan
remaininthedishwasheruntilthenextmorning.Natural
drying time will be reducedif you openthe dishwasher
door afterthe cycle is complete.
Use of this option reducesthe electricalenergyused by
this modelapproximately870.
Estimatedyearlysavings,dependingonyourlocalelectric
rates,areas follows:
ElectricRate(per Kwh)
$ .05 $ .08 $ .11
EstimatedYearhrSavings
$5.20
M
$8.32
$11.44
STARTYOURDISHWASHER
Be sure sink drain is open. If your dishwasher drains into
a food waste disposer, run disposer until it is completely
empty before starting dishwasher.
TO START
DISHWASHER:
0 For POWER
SCRUB, NORMAL SOIL or RINSE &
HOLD cycles: Close door and move door latch to the
therightto lockedposition.
Slowly turn control dial toward
the ON ❑ position or until you
hearthedishwasherstart.
To obtain the benefits ~f a complete cycle, be carefulthat you do not turn the dial any
furtherthannecessaryto start the dishwasher.
@ For SHORT WASH cycle: Close door but do not latch
it. Slowlyrotatedialclockwiseto SHORTWASH ❑ position on dial.Thenmove door latch to the tight to locked
position.
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What
hap~ns
during the cycle...
@ Dishwasherwillcompletecycle sequenceautomatica~y
andcontroldialwilladvanceto OFFposition.
@Occasional clickingsoundsthat occur are causedby:
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R;sed&
Rinse
Rinse
Ma~a~(tergent
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6
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9
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10
drainvalveat start of pump out of wash and rinse
water.
timercontrolas cycleprogresses.
0 detergentcup whenit opensin themainwash.
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Rinse
Rinse
“ElectricDry
Total Time
(aRRrox,)
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soft food disposermechanismshreddingaction.
18
4
1
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@ Themotorstopsduringthedryingperiod.
2:
@ Water vapor is releasedthroughthe vent under the
doorhandleduringdryingcycle. It maybe visible.
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*This portion of the cycle is eliminatedwith Drying HeatOff.
INTERRUPTINGA CYCLE
Forgeta dish?
1. Pushdoor latchto theleft. Doorsafetyinterlockswitch
willcut off thewashingaction.
2. Wait a few secondsfor wateraction to subside,then
opendoor.
3. Add dishesyou mayhaveforgotten. . .or removeitems.
TO ~isco~~~c~
dishwasher...
icallyresumeoperation.
NOTE: Soileddishesshouldnot be addedafterthe
maindetergentwashportionof the cycle.
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Interruptthe washand rinseperiodsas seldomas possible.Water temperature is reduced, decreasing
ability,whendoor is openedon any dishwasher.
Release Unicoupleby pushing movable thumb tab
down.
5. Shakeexcesswaterout of Unicoupleandreturnit and
its hosesto the storagecompartment.
NOTE: Whenmotorstops at end of finalrinse,the Unicouplecan be disconnectedandreturnedto storage.
4.
1. Removethe powercord plug from the receptacle.
2. ~rn off hot water.
3. Releasewater pressureby raisingtabs on Unicouple
handle.
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4. Closedoorandpushlatchto right. Cyclewilla,utomat-
BEFOREYou CALLFORSERVICE.,.
Checkthe TROUBLE-SHOOTINGGUIDE in your USE AND CARE BOOK. It lists many minorcauses of
problemsthatyou cancorrectandmaysaveyou anunnecessaryservicecall.
m-”Appliance
Pub. No. 39-5134
Park, Louisville,
HDB820
Kentucky 40225
II-T, I Part No. 218A3664P66 I
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