Dodge 2007 Ram 3500 Automobile User Manual

Installation
Instructions
Built-In
Dishwasher
If you have questions, call 800-GECARES or visit our website at: www.GEAppliances.com
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Read these instructions completely and
carefully.
IMPORTANT
– Observe all
governing codes and ordinances.
• Note to Installer – Be sure to leave these instructions
for the consumer’s and local inspector’s use.
• Note to Consumer – Keep these instructions with your
Owner’s Manual for future reference.
• Skill Level – Installation of this dishwasher requires
basic mechanical and electrical skills. Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer. Product
failure due to improper installation is not covered
under the GE Appliance Warranty.
• Completion Time – 1 to 3 Hours. New installations
require more time than replacement installations.
IMPORTANT
– The dishwasher
MUST be installed to allow for future removal from the
enclosure if service is required.
If you received a damaged dishwasher, you should
immediately contact your dealer or builder.
Optional Accessories – See the Owner’s Manual for
available custom panel kits.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Read and observe all CAUTIONS and WARNINGS
shown throughout these instructions. While performing
installations described in this booklet, gloves, safety
glasses or goggles should be worn.
READ CAREFULLY.
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
PDW8100 Series
PDW8200 Series
PDW8500 Series
PDW8600 Series
PDW8700 Series
PDW8800 Series
PDW9200 Series
PDW9700 Series*
PDW9800 Series
*For PDW9700 Series also refer to the Instructions
provided on the template packed with that model.
Pub. No. 31-30561-1
Dwg. No. 206C1559P101
(N.D. 756) 6/03–Rev.
Installation Preparation
PARTS SUPPLIED:
Two #8 Phillips flat head wood screws, 5/8" long to
secure dishwasher to underside of countertop or
sides of cabinetry. (Taped to top or side of dishwasher.)
Side and top trim pieces
Trim Panel Accessory Kit (not shown).
Model PDW9700 only
Drain Hose and Hose Clamp
2 Wood Screws
Trim Pieces
(some models)
Hose Clamp
Drain Hose
MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED :
Ferrule, compression nut and 90° Elbow (3/8"NPT external
thread on one end, opposite end sized to fit water supply)
Thread seal tape
UL Listed wire nuts (3)
Wire Nuts (3)
Hand
Shut-Off
Valve
90° Elbow,
Ferrule and
Compression Nut
Thread
Seal Tape
Materials For New Installations Only:
Air gap for drain hose, if required
Waste tee for house plumbing, if applicable
Electrical cable or power cord, if applicable
Screw type hose clamps
Strain relief for electrical connection.
Hand shut-off valve
Water line 3/8" min. copper
Coupler for extending drain line, if applicable
Electrical Cable
Hot Water line
(or Power Cord, if applicable)
Coupler
Waste Tee
Screw Type
Hose Clamps
Air Gap
Strain Relief
Level
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED:
1/4"
and 5/16"
Nutdriver
Phillips
Phillips head screwdriver
Head
5/16" and 1/4" nutdriver
Screwdriver
6" Adjustable wrench
Level
Carpenters square
Measuring tape
Safety glasses
15/16" Socket
Flashlight
Bucket to catch water when flushing the line
15/16" socket (optional for skid removal)
Flashlight
Gloves
Carpenters
Square
6" Adjustable
Wrench
Tubing Cutter
Measuring Tape
Safety Glasses
For New Installations Only:
Tubing cutter
Drill and appropriate bits
Hole saw set
Drill and Bits
Gloves
Hole Saw Set
Bucket
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Installation Preparation
PREPARE DISHWASHER ENCLOSURE
• The dishwasher must be installed so that drain hose is
no more than 10 feet in length for proper drainage.
34-1/2"±1/4"
Underside of
Countertop
to Floor
This Wall Area
must be Free of
Pipes or wires
5"
4"
WARNING
6"
24" Min.
Figure A
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire, or injury to
persons, the installer must ensure that the dishwasher
is completely enclosed at the time of installation.
24"
5" 4" Min.
Cabinets
Square
and
Plumb
Countertop
CLEARANCES: When
installed into a corner,
allow 2" min. clearance
between dishwasher and
adjacent cabinet, wall or
other appliances. Allow
28-3/8" min. clearance
from the front of the
dishwasher for door
opening. Figure B
Floor MUST
be Even with Plumbing and Electric Service
Room Floor
Must Enter Shaded Area
• The rough cabinet opening must be at least 24" deep,
24" wide and approximately 34-1/2" high from floor to
underside of the countertop.
Dishwasher
28-3/8"
Clearance for Door
Opening 2" Minimum
Figure B
DRAIN REQUIREMENTS
• Follow local codes and ordinances.
• Do not exceed 10 feet distance to drain.
• Do not connect drain lines from other devices
to the dishwasher drain hose.
NOTE: This dishwasher is equipped with a high drain
loop. There is no minimum height required for drain hose
routing. However, 18" minimum from floor to center of
waste tee or disposer inlet is required. See Figure D.
Figure C
Method 1 – Air Gap with Waste Tee or Disposer
An air gap must be used when required by local codes and ordinances.
The air gap must be installed according to manufacturers instructions.
DETERMINE DRAIN METHOD
The type of drain installation depends on the following
question.
Do local codes or ordinances require an air gap?
Is waste tee less than 18" above floor?
If the answer to either question is YES, Method 1 MUST
be used.
• If the answers are NO, either method may be used.
18"
Min.
18"
Min.
CABINET PREPARATION
• Drill a 1-1/2" dia. hole in the cabinet wall within the
shaded areas shown in Figure A for the drain hose
connection. The hole should be smooth with no sharp
edges.
IMPORTANT: When connecting
Remove
drain line to disposer, check to be
Hopper
sure that drain plug has been
Plug
removed. DISHWASHER WILL NOT
DRAIN IF PLUG IS LEFT IN PLACE.
Figure D
Method 2 – Built-in “High Drain Loop” with Waste Tee or
Disposer
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Installation Preparation
PREPARE ELECTRICAL WIRING
Alternate
Receptacle
Location
WARNING
FOR PERSONAL SAFETY: Remove
house fuse or open circuit breaker
before beginning installation. Do not
use an extension cord or adapter plug
with this appliance.
Electrical Requirements
• This appliance must be supplied with 120V, 60 Hz., and
connected to an individual properly grounded branch
circuit, protected by a 15 or 20 ampere circuit breaker
or time delay fuse.
• Wiring must be 2 wire with ground and rated for 75°C
(176°F).
• If the electrical supply does not meet the above
requirements, call a licensed electrician before
proceeding.
18"
18"
6"
Figure E
1-1/2" Dia.
Hole (Max.)
3"
from
Cabinet
6"
24"
Receptacle from Wall
Location
Area
Ground
Black
White
For models equipped with power cord: Do not modify the
plug provided with the appliance; if it will not fit the outlet,
have a proper outlet installed by a qualified technician.
Grounding Instructions–Cable Direct
This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal,
permanent wiring system, or an equipment grounding
conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and
be connected to the equipment grounding terminal or
lead on the appliance.
Cabinet Preparation & Wire Routing
• The wiring may enter the opening from either side, rear
or the floor within the shaded area.
• Cut a 1-1/2" max. dia. hole to admit the electrical cable.
Cable direct connections may pass through the same
hole as the drain hose and hot water line, if convenient.
If cabinet wall is metal, the hole edge must be covered
with a bushing. NOTE: Power cords with plug must pass
through a separate hole.
Grounding Instructions–Power Cord Models
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a
malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the
risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current. This appliance is equipped
with a cord having an equipment grounding conductor
and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
Electrical Connection to Dishwasher
Electrical connection is on the right front of dishwasher.
• For cable direct connections the cable must be routed
as shown in Figure E. Cable must extend a minimum of
24" from the rear wall.
• For power cord connections, install a 3-prong grounding
type receptacle in the sink cabinet rear wall, 6" min. or
18" max. from the opening, 6" to 18" above the floor.
WARNING
The improper connection of the
equipment grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or service
representative if you are in doubt that
the appliance is properly grounded.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 1 CHECK DOOR BALANCE
PREPARE HOT WATER LINE
• The line may enter from either side, rear or floor
within the shaded area shown in Figure F.
• The line may pass through the same hole as the
electrical cable and drain hose. Or, cut an additional
1-1/2" dia. hole to accommodate the water line. If
power cord with plug is used, water line must not
pass through power cord hole.
• With dishwasher on the wood skid, check the door
balance by opening and closing the door.
• If the door drops when released, increase the spring
tension. If the door rises when released, decrease the
tension.
• Position the spring for increased or decreased tension
as required.
• Model families have different spring mounting holes
and tension adjustment methods. Refer to the appropriate figure for your model.
PDW8100-PDW8800 Series
INCREASE
Shut-off 1-1/2" Dia.
Hole
Valve
Hot
2"
From
Cabinet
Cabinet Face
DECREASE
19" From Wall
2" From Floor
Figure F
Figure G
Water Line Connection
• Turn off the water supply.
• Install a hand shut-off valve in an accessible location,
such as under the sink. (Optional, but strongly recommended and may be required by local codes.)
• Water connection is on the left side of the dishwasher.
Install the hot water inlet line, using no less than 3/8"
O.D. copper tubing. Route the line as shown in Figure F
and extend forward at least 19" from rear wall.
• Adjust water heater for 120°F to 150°F temperature.
• Flush water line to clean out debris.
• The hot water supply line pressure must be 20-120 PSI.
PDW9200-PDW9800 Series
Use This
Mounting
Hole
CAUTION:
Do not remove wood base until you are
ready to install the dishwasher. The dishwasher will tip
over when the door is opened if the wood base is
removed.
Pulley
Decrease
Tension
Shoulder
Figure H
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Correct Spring
Cable Routing
Increase
Tension
TIP: If door does not open easily or falls too quickly,
check the spring cable routing. Check that the cable is
properly aligned on the pulley (as shown).
Locate and set aside the 2 Phillips head
mounting screws wrapped with yellow tape
and stuck to the top or side of the dishwasher.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 2 REMOVE WOOD BASE,
INSTALL LEVELING LEGS
STEP 4 INSTALL POWER CORD
Skip this step if dishwasher will be direct wired or
has a factory installed power cord.
The power cord and connections must comply with
the National Electrical Code, Section 422 and/or local
codes and ordinances.
• Maximum power cord length is 6 feet.
IMPORTANT
– Do not kick off
wood base! Damage will occur.
• Move the dishwasher close to the installation
location and lay it on its back.
• Remove the four leveling legs on the underside of
the wood base with an adjustable
wrench or 15/16" socket.
• Discard base.
B
A
Insert
Power
Remove
Cord
Wires
Thru
Junction Box
Strain
Relief
Cover
and Tighten
White
Ground
Approx.
3/4"
Black
C Check That White, Black and
Green Dishwasher Wires Are Threaded
D
Thru Small Hole in Bracket
Use UL Listed
Figure L
Wire Nuts
Figure J
• Screw leveling legs back into the dishwasher
frame, approximately 1/4" from frame as shown.
• Connect incoming power cord white (or ribbed) to
dishwasher white, black (or smooth) to black and
ground to dishwasher green wire. Use UL listed
wire nuts of appropriate size.
• Replace junction box cover. Be sure wires are not
pinched under the cover.
STEP 3 REMOVE TOEKICK
• Remove the two toekick screws.
STEP 5 INSTALL 90° ELBOW
To
e
kic
k
• Wrap 90° elbow with thread seal tape.
• Install a 90° elbow onto the water valve.
Front of Dishwasher
Remove 2
Toekick Screws
Figure K
Water Valve
Bracket
90°
Elbow
Figure M
6
Fill
Hose
Thread
Seal Tape
• Do not over tighten 90° elbow, water valve bracket
could bend or water valve fitting could break.
• Position the end of the elbow to face the rear of the
dishwasher.
Installation Instructions
STEP 6 POSITION WATER LINE
AND HOUSE WIRING
STEP 8 SLIDE DISHWASHER
PARTIALLY INTO CABINET
• Position water supply line and house wiring on the
floor of the opening to avoid interference with base
of dishwasher and components under dishwasher.
DO NOT PUSH AGAINST FRONT PANEL WITH KNEES.
DAMAGE WILL OCCUR.
• Slide dishwasher into the opening a few inches at a
time.
5" 4"
5"
4"
6"
House
Water Wiring
Line
Figure N
Do Not Push Against
Front Door Panel With
Knee. Damage to The
Door Panel Will Occur.
STEP 7 INSTALL DRAIN HOSE,
GUIDE THROUGH CABINET
• As you proceed, pull the drain hose through the opening under the sink. Stop pushing when the dishwasher
is a few inches forward of adjacent cabinetry.
• Make sure drain hose is not kinked under the dishwasher and there is no interference with the water
line and wiring or any other component.
• Remove tape and wire tie holding the clamp to the
drain hose. Be careful not to damage the drain hose.
• Stand the dishwasher
upright.
• Slip the supplied
hose clamp over the
small end of the hose.
Do not tighten.
Shoulder
Hose
Stop
Clamp
Drain
Outlet
STEP 9 INSTALL TRIM PIECES
Skip this step if trim is not supplied with the
dishwasher.
• Locate trim strips inside dishwasher.
• Press trim onto the tub flange on each side. Start with
the top edge, pressing on as you move towards the
bottom.
• Press the two top trim pieces on each side of the latch.
• Open and close the door to check that trim does not
bind and does not interfere with door latch.
Figure O
• Push hose over the drain outlet on the back side of
the dishwasher. See illustration. Push the hose over
the outlet and against the shoulder stop.
• Tighten the hose clamp with a 1/4" nut driver.
Insulation
Blanket
Water
Line
Trim Strip
Trim
Strip
Trim
Strip
Drain
Hose
House
Wiring
Figure P
Power Cord
(If Used)
• Position the dishwasher in front of the opening.
Insert drain hose into the cabinet side. If power cord
is used, guide the end through a separate hole.
Figure Q
Figure R
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Installation Instructions
STEP 10 POSITION DISHWASHER UNDER COUNTERTOP
Reposition Dishwasher
by Grasping Both
Sides With Hands
• Push the dishwasher into the cabinet.
• Push at the sides with your hands. Do not use your
knee against the door since door damage will occur.
• Check that the tub insulation blanket does not get
“bunched-up” or interfere with the springs as you
slide it into the cabinet.
• Center the dishwasher in the opening.
• Check that the edges of the dishwasher door are
behind the cabinet frame and aligned with the front
face of the cabinet as shown.
• Carefully open and close the door to ensure that the
door panel does not catch or rub on the cabinet
frame.
• If the door catches or rubs on the frame, reposition
and/or level the unit (see Step 11) until the door
moves freely and does not contact the cabinet frame.
Do Not Push Against
Front Door Panel With
Knee. Damage to The
Door Panel Will Occur.
Figure S
Door
Fits and
Swings
Back
Behind
Cabinet
Frame
Positioning for
PDW9200-PDW9800 Series
The controls on these models are designed to be
hidden by your countertop. Align the dishwasher as
shown.
NOTE: For flush installations of the PDW9700 Series
models, cut off the back panel of the tub insulation
blanket so that the dishwasher door panel can be
aligned with the kitchen cabinet panels.
Door Catches
on Cabinet Frame
Correct
Alignment
Incorrect
Alignment
Figure T
Top View
NOTE: If the drain hose gets “bunched-up” behind the
unit it can prevent the controls from being hidden by
the countertop.
TIME REMAINING
NOTE: If this dishwasher is replacing an existing
dishwasher, the old countertop bracket screw holes
may not be in the correct position to accept a topcontrol model. New holes may be required.
Figure U
Controls Hidden
by Countertop
Countertop
TIP: The leveling legs can be used to increase or
decrease the amount of gap between the controls and
the countertop affecting the visibility of the controls.
IMPORTANT
– Leave enough gap
between the controls and the countertop brackets so
Control Panel
that the screwheads do not contact and scratch the
controls.
Figure V
8
Countertop
Gap for Clearance
to Mounting Screws
Figure W
Installation Instructions
• Level the dishwasher
by adjusting the
four leveling legs
individually.
• If adjustment to the
right rear leveling leg
is required, gain
access by loosening
junction box bracket
screw (through the
access hole) and
rotate bracket clockwise.
STEP 11 LEVEL DISHWASHER
IMPORTANT
– Dishwasher must
be level for proper dish rack operation and wash
performance.
• Place level on
door and rack
track inside the
tub as shown to
check that the
dishwasher is
level.
Check
Level
Front
to Back
Check
Level
Side
To Side
Access Hole
Turn Legs
to Adjust
Figure Y
TIP: Pull lower rack out, about halfway. Check to
be sure the rack does not roll forward or back into
dishwasher. If the rack rolls in either direction, the
dishwasher must be leveled again.
• If door hits the tub, the dishwasher is not installed
correctly. Adjust leveling legs to align door to tub.
Figure X
STEP 12 SECURE DISHWASHER, TO CABINET
The dishwasher must be secured to the countertop or
the cabinet sides. When countertops are made of wood,
use Method 1. When countertops are granite or other
materials that will not accept screws, use Method 2 to
secure dishwasher at the sides.
Method 1
Secure dishwasher to wood countertop
• Fasten the dishwasher to the underside of the countertop
with 2 Phillips screws provided.
Brackets
Wood Countertop
IMPORTANT
– After leveling,
verify that the dishwasher is still in the correct position
shown in Step 10.
Side Mounting
Brackets
Figure AA
Method 2
Secure dishwasher with side mounting brackets
Tub
Frame
• Remove plug buttons (one on each side).
• Install screw through the dishwasher and into the
adjacent cabinet on each side. Reinstall plug buttons.
Countertop
Mounting
Brackets
Stone Countertop
Side Mounting Brackets
Figure Z
Plug Buttons
IMPORTANT
– Drive screws
straight and flush. Protruding screw heads will scratch
Screws
the top or sides of the control panel and can interfere
with door closing.
Figure BB
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Installation Instructions
STEP 13 CONNECT WATER SUPPLY
Compression Nut
Ferrule
Connect water supply line to 90° elbow.
• Slide compression nut, then ferrule over end of
water line.
• Insert water line into 90° elbow.
• Slide ferrule against elbow and secure with compression nut.
Hot Water
90° Elbow Supply Line
IMPORTANT
– Check to be sure
that door spring does not rub or contact the fill hose or
Figure CC
water supply line. Test by opening and closing the door.
Re-route the lines if a rubbing noise or interference
occurs.
STEP 14 CONNECT DRAIN LINE
DRAIN LINE INSTALLATION
• Connect drain line to air gap, waste tee or disposer
using either previously determined method.
FOLLOW ALL LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES.
The drain hose molded end will fit 5/8", 3/4" or 1"
diameter connections on the air gap, waste tee or
disposer. Cut on the marked line as required for your
installation.
Cutting Lines
1"
3/4"
90° Elbow
Door Spring
Method 1 – Air gap with waste tee or disposer
5/8"
Figure DD
Waste Tee Installation
IMPORTANT: Do not cut corrugated
portion of hose
Method 2 – Built-in “High drain loop” with waste tee or
disposer
• If a longer drain hose is required, add up to 42" of
length for a total of 10 ft. to the factory installed hose.
Use 5/8" or 7/8" inside diameter hose and a coupler to
connect the two hose ends. Secure the connection
with hose clamps.
18"
Min.
Waste Tee Installation
Coupler
Hose Clamp
Disposer Installation
Figure FF
Hose Clamp
18"
Min.
Disposer Installation
Figure GG
IMPORTANT
–
When connecting drain line to
Figure EE
Remove
Hopper
Plug
• Secure the drain hose to the air gap, waste tee or
disposer with clamps.
disposer, check to be sure that drain
plug has been removed. DISHWASHER WILL NOT DRAIN IF PLUG IS LEFT IN PLACE.
NOTE: TOTAL DRAIN HOSE LENGTH MUST NOT EXCEED
10 FEET FOR PROPER DRAIN OPERATION.
TIP: Avoid unnecessary service call charges. Always be
sure disposer drain plug has been removed before
attaching dishwasher drain hose to the disposer.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 16 PRE-TEST CHECK LIST
STEP 15 CONNECT POWER
SUPPLY
Review this list after installing your dishwasher to
avoid charges for a service call that is not covered
by your warranty.
Skip this step if equipped with power cord.
Go to step 16.
Verify that power is turned off at the source.
• Remove junction box cover “A”.
• Secure house wiring to the back of the junction box
with a strain relief “B”.
• Locate the three dishwasher wires, (white, black and
green) with stripped ends. Insert dishwasher wires
through the small hole in the junction box “C”. Use
wire nuts to connect incoming ground to green,
white to white and black to black “D”.
• Replace junction box cover “E”. Check to be sure
that wires are not pinched under the cover.
A
Remove
Junction Box
Cover
Open door and remove all foam and paper
packaging.
Locate the Owner’s Manual in the literature
package.
Read the Owner’s Manual for operating
instructions.
Check door opening and closing. If door does not
open and close freely or tends to fall, check spring
cable routing and spring adjustments. See Step 1.
Check to be sure that wiring is secure under the
dishwasher, not pinched or in contact with door
springs or other components. See Steps 8 and 10.
B
Insert Power
Cord Wires Thru
Strain Relief
and Tighten
Check door alignment with tub. If door hits tub,
level dishwasher. See Step 11.
White
Ground
C Check That White, Black and
Green Dishwasher Wires Are Threaded
Thru Small Hole in Bracket
Check to be sure power is OFF.
Pull lower rack out, about half way. Check to be
sure it does not roll back or forward on the door.
If the rack moves, adjust leveling legs. See Step 11.
Black
Check door alignment with cabinet. If door hits
cabinet, reposition or relevel dishwasher. See
Steps 10, 11 and 12.
D
Use UL Listed
Wire Nuts
Check that door spring does not contact water
line, fill hose, wiring or other components. See
Step 13.
E Replace Junction Box Cover
Figure HH
WARNING
Verify water supply and drain lines are not kinked
or in contact with other components. Contact with
motor or dishwasher frame could cause noise. See
Steps 6 and 8.
If house wiring is not 2-wire with
ground, a ground must be provided by
the installer. When house wiring is
aluminum, be sure to use UL Listed
anti-oxidant compound and aluminumto-copper connectors
Turn on the sink hot water faucet and verify water
temperature. Incoming water temperature must
be between 120°F and 150°F. A minimum of 120°F
temperature is required for best wash performance. See “Prepare Hot Water Line,” page 5.
Add 2 quarts of water to the bottom of the
dishwasher to lubricate the pump seal.
Turn on water supply. Check for leaks. Tighten
connections if needed.
Remove protective film if present from the control
panel and door.
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Installation Instructions
STEP 17 DISHWASHER WET TEST
Turn on power supply (or plug power cord into
outlet, if equipped).
STEP 18 REPLACE TOEKICK
• Place toekick against the legs of the dishwasher.
Start the unit to check for leaks.
PDW8100-PDW8800 Series:
– Latch door
– Push RINSE ONLY pad
– Push START/RESET pad
PDW9200-PDW9800 Series:
– Push RINSE ONLY pad
– Push START/RESET pad
– Close door
Push “Rinse Only” button.
Toekick
Attachment Screws
Push start/reset pad once.
Check to be sure that water enters the dishwasher.
If water does not enter the dishwasher, check to be
sure that water and power are turned on.
Check for leaks under the dishwasher. If a leak is
found, turn power supply off, then tighten connections. Restore power after leak is corrected.
Check for leaks around the door. A leak around the
door could be caused by door rubbing or hitting
against adjacent cabinetry. Reposition the dishwasher if necessary. See Step 12.
The dishwasher will drain and turn off about 5
minutes after it was started. Check drain lines. If
leaks are found, turn power off at the breaker and
correct plumbing as necessary. Restore power
after corrections are made. See Step 14.
Open dishwasher door and make sure most of the
water has drained. If not, check that disposer plug
has been removed and/or air gap is not plugged.
See Step 14. Also check drain line for kinking.
Figure JJ
• Align the toekick with the bottom edge and make
sure it is against the floor.
• Insert and tighten the two toekick attachment
screws. The toekick should stay in contact with the
floor.
TIP: Make sure toekick is against floor to minimize
noise.
STEP 19 LITERATURE
• Be sure to leave complete literature package and
installation instructions with the consumer.
Run the dishwasher through another “Rinse Only”
cycle. Check for leaks and correct if required.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE