KitchenAid Dishwasher Repair Manual

KitchenAid Dishwasher Repair Manual
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Use and Care Guide
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KitchenAid” Triple Protection Warranties
One Year Full Warranty on Complete Dishwasher
Hobart Corporation warrants this KitchenAid Dishwasher to the original or subsequent owner's
when operated within the United States and in normal home use, against defective material and
workmanship for one vear from date of original installation of built-in models or one vear from
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date of original purchase of convertible portable models. Hobart will through one of its distributors X
or one oi their authorized KitchenAid servicing outlets, repair or replace, tree of charge, including |
service and labor, all parts tound to be defective and subject to such warranty.
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FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON HOBART GOLD SEAL :
ONE-HALF HORSEPOWER MOTOR К
In addition to the one year full warranty on the complete dishwasher, if the one-half horse- ;
power motor fails as the result of normal home use during the following four years, Hobart will, В
through one of its distributors or one of their authorized KitchenAid servicing outlets, replace =>
the motor. Labor charges for the motor replacement will be the responsibility of the owner. c=
TEN YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON TRIDURA® <
PORCELAIN-ON-STEEL TANK AND INNER DOOR
In addition to the one year full warranty on the complete dishwasher, if the TriDura® porcelain-
on-steel tank or inner door develops a water leak as the result of normal home use during
the following nine years, Hobart will, through one of its distributors or one of their authorized
KitchenAid servicing outlets, replace the tank or inner door. Labor charges for the tank/inner
door replacement will be the responsibility of the owner.
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WHO TO CALL FOR SERVICE
1 Call your dealer or repair service he recommends.
2. If for some reason he is not available, or if you now reside in an area other than where the
unit was purchased, look in the Yellow Pages of your phone book under “Dishwashing Ma-
chines” for authorized KitchenAid servicing outlets.
3. If you are unable to obtain satisfactory service in this manner, contact the KitchenAid wholesale
distributor. He is listed in the Yellow Pages of all metro area phone books under “Dishwashing
Machines.” A complete distributor listing is also printed in the Use and Care Guide furnished
with the product.
4. All service should be handled localiv by the dealer from whom vou purchased the unit or an
authorized KitchenAid servicing outlet or wholesale distributor. If vour focal service is not
satisfactory, contact the Customer Relations Department, KitchenAid Division, Hobart Cor-
poration. Trov, Ohio 45374. Phone 15131 335-7171.
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Ihe above warranties do not apply to damage resulting trom accident, alteration, misuse, abuse,
improper installation, or installation not in accordance with local electrical and plumbing codes.
Hobart does not assume any responsibility for consequential damages. Some states do not allow
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the exclusion or imitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or $
exclusion may not apply to you. ¢
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This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from =>
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PT) Kitchenaid Division \ HOBART Troy, Ohio 45374 177077 A №
If you have questions specifically related to this booklet write to: Manager, Customer Relations
Dept., KitchenAid Division, Hobart Corporation, Troy, Ohio 45374
KitchenAid and TriDura are registered trademarks of Hobart Corporation,
© Hobart Corporation, 1981
Warranty ................. Inside Front Cover
Should You Ever Need Service ............ 1
Important Information ................... 1
Safety Instructions ....................... 2
Operating Your Dishwasher ....... .. .. . 2
Loading Your Dishwasher ............ .... 2-6
* Upper Rack .......................... 3-5
* Lower Rack .......................... 5-6
* Silverware Basket ..................... 6
* Small Items Basket .................... 6
Filling Detergent Dispenser ............... 7
Filling Rinse Agent Dispenser ............. 8
Dishwasher Cycles ...................... 8-9
Control Panel Lights .................... 10
* Action Indicator Lights . ............... 10
® Sani Heatlight ....................... 10
* Rinsed Only Light .................... 10
Care of Your Dishwasher ............... 10-11
e Cleaning ............................ 10-11
* Removing Dishwasher Racks ........... 11
* Filtration System ..................... 11
Energy Savings and Your Dishwasher ...... 12
Convertible Portables .................. 12-14
Seasonal Storage ............ 14
Changing Front Panels ........... 15
Problem, Cause, Solution Chart .......... 16-19
Should You Ever Need Service
IN ALL CORRESPONDENCE, PLEASE GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: DATE, YOUR
NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER, KIND OF APPLIANCE, BRAND, MODEL NUMBER,
SERIAL NUMBER, DATE PURCHASED, DEALER FROM WHICH PURCHASED (INCLUDE AD-
DRESS), SERVICING AGENT'S NAME AND ADDRESS IF DIFFERENT FROM DEALER'S, LOCATION
OF APPLIANCE, AND CLEARLY DESCRIBE PROBLEM AND SERVICE REQUIRED.
STEP 1...
If your dishwasher should fail to operate, check
the following list before calling your dealer and
save the cost of a service call.
a. Is fuse blown or circuit breaker open? On
portable models, is cord plugged into a
grounded outlet?
b. Is the door closed, latched, and cycle se-
lected?
c. Is the overflow protection float in place?
See page 11.
d. Is the water supply to the dishwasher turned
on?
e. Have you read your Use and Care Guide for
complete instructions?
If your dishwasher is not washing properly, please
see Problem, Cause, Solution Chart, pages 16
thru 19.
STEP 2...
If the above suggestions do not solve the problem
see "WHO TO CALL FOR SERVICE” listed in War-
ranty Statement, previous page.
STEP3...
If you are not satisfied with the action taken, con-
tact MACAP—the Major Appliance Consumer
Action Panel. This is a group of independent con-
sumer experts, voicing consumer views at the
highest levels of the major appliance industry.
Please contact them only when the dealer, au-
thorized servicing outlet, wholesale distributor
and Hobart Corporation have failed to resolve
your problem.
ADDRESS: Major Appliance Consumer Action
Panel, 20 North Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois
60606. MACAP will in turn inform us of your
action.
Important Information
Please fill out your ownership registration card
and mail. Return of this card will enable us to
contact you in the unlikely event of a product
safety notification. This will assist us in complying
with the provisions of the consumer product safety
act. THIS CARD DOES NOT VERIFY YOUR
WARRANTY.
Keep a copy of the hill of sale showing date of
Durchase and/or date of nstallatinn of your dish-
washer. This will provide you with proof-of-pur-
chase for in-warranty service.
Please complete the following for your personal
records. You will need this information should
service ever be necessary on your dishwasher.
Model Number* Dealers Name
Serial Number* Address
Date Purchased Phone
Date Installed 77
MODE Land SERIAL NUMBERS are located ona label
the left side ot door opening.
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KITCHENAID DISHWASHERS OP-
ERATE ON 115 VOLTS, 60 HERTZ
A.C. house current. They cannot be
converted to operate on 220 volts, 50 hertz house
current,
FOR SAFETY'S SAKE... remove the door hinges
or latch mechanism if your dishwasher is dis-
carded, or otherwise not in use. In California it is
a misdemeanor for anyone discarding the appli-
ance not to follow this safety procedure which
can save the lives of curious children at play.
Safety Instructions |
A possibility exists that HYDROGEN GAS MAY
FORM IN AN UNUSED HOUSEHOLD WATER
HEATING SYSTEM (generally requires two weeks
or more). To prevent the remote possibility of in-
jury, we suggest opening the hot water faucet at
the sink before starting the dishwasher. If hydro-
gen is present, there will probably be a sound
such as air escaping as the water begins to flow.
Avoid smoking or any open flame near the faucet
while it is open.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
CAUTION: To protect against possible rupture of fill
valve, BE SURE water lines leading to the dishwasher
as well as water lines in the dishwasher are protected
against freezing. Such ruptures are not covered by
the warranty.
Operating Your Dishwasher
Step 1... Load dishes into racks according to in-
structions on pages 2 through 6.
Step 2... Add detergent to detergent dispenser
page 7. Check rinse agent dispenser—
page 8.
Step 3. . . Close and latch door.
Step 4 . . . Push button for desired cycle—see page
9 for description of cycles. The rest is
automatic. The dishwasher will rinse,
wash and dry according to the cycle
selected and then turn itself off.
FREPARING THE LOAD
No hand rinsing is necessary. Scrape leftover food,
bones, toothpicks and other hard items from
dishes, silverware, pans, etc. Note: Do not pre-
wash dishes with liquid detergent, as this type de-
tergent will cause sudsing in the dishwasher. Such
sudsing will slow wash arm and cause poor clean-
ing and/or spotting and filming on the dishes.
Certain dried-on foods are more difficult to re-
move if left to dry over a period of time. If dishes
are not going to be washed fairly soon after use,
run a Rinse & Hold Cycle. This cycle rinses most
of the soil from dishes and generally keeps them
moist until the next wash cycle is run.
SPECIAL ITEM LOADING
Fragile or Lightweight Items—Load Stemware,
Glasses and Lightweight items by securing in a
stable manner. The upper rack provides the most
stability for such items.
China or Crystal- —A few types of crystal and china
may be damaged by the combined action of high
water temperatures, detergents, and wash action
in a dishwasher. Check china or crystal manufac-
turer's recommendations because manufacturing
processes do vary.
Most Decorated Fine China manufactured today
is color safe in automatic dishwashers. Decora-
tions under the glaze, thus protected by an over-
glaze, are usually sare from fading. Decorations
applied over the glaze and then fired into it, are
often dishwasher safe. Older patterns made in this
manner may be subject to color fading, When in
doubt as to whether your china is dishwasher safe,
first check with the china manufacturer. If the
manufacturer cannot be contacted, a small piece
of china may be test-washed for several weeks to
determine if the pattern will fade. It is the user's
responsibility to determine if delicate crystal and
china should be dishwasher washed.
Plastics -—- Dishes molded from melamine com-
pounds (such as Melmaci may be safely dish-
washer washed. Other plastic utensils vary in their
ability to withstand high water temperature and
detergents used in an automatic dishwasher
Check manufacturers recommendations
Loading Your Dishwasher
DO NOT DISHWASHER WASH
While the majority of tableware and cookware
may be safely dishwasher washed, there are some
materials and types of construction which are not
compatible with dishwasher washing. The follow-
ing items should NOT be dishwasher washed un-
less labeled dishwasher safe by their manufacturer.
Anodized Aluminum-——high temperature and de-
tergent ingredients may affect the finish.
Antique or Hand Painted China—may fade if no
protective overglaze.
Cast Iron—tiigh water temperature and detergent
ingredients will remove the seasoning finish and
cause rusting,
Dirilyte—gold colored flatware that is not dish-
washer safe.
Hollow-handle Knives—handles of some knives
are attached to the blades by adhesives that may
loosen during dishwasher washing.
Inexpensive Plastic—check manufacturer's recom-
mendations.
Milk Glass—due to the type of material, will turn
yellow with dishwasher washing.
Pewter—high temperature and detergent ingredi-
ents may affect the finish.
Wooden Ware—wood will warp and lose its finish
in dishwasher washing. Specially treated wood
will be marked dishwasher safe by the manufac-
turer.
Loading VariationS—Aadjustable Upper Rack
The Superba model has a 16-position upper rack
that can be easily adjusted whether full or empty.
TO ADJUST THE RACK
NOTE: Although you may want both sides of the
top rack at the same level, it is not neces-
sary tor good cleaning results.
. Pull upper rack out so knobs on either side of
rack are easily reached.
2. Pull knob (A) on side of rack out from retainer
plate, raise or lower it to level desired and place
knob pin into one of the four holes in retainer.
High Position . is used when loading platters,
trays, large roasting pans and other baking utensils
in the lower rack.
Low Position . . . is used when loading pitchers,
deep bowls, pans and tall stemware in the upper
rack.
Loading Variations—adjustable Upper Rack
Combination Position . . . either side of rack may Tilted Position... some items with concave bot-
be raised or lowered independently of the other tom surfaces may collect water. To obtain maxi-
to accommodate extra large items in both racks. mum drainage from bottoms, load all such items
on one side and tilt rack down on that side.
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Loading Variations—upper Rack
USE OF THE FLEX-O-DIVIDERS
In the center of the rack are two rows of fixed Lach divider works independently of the others.
pins. On either side of the upper rack, there is Positions of any or all of the dividers can be
a pair of movable dividers called Flex-O-Dividers. changed to fit [nadine needs.
The outside row of each pair of dividers adjusts The inside row of each pair of dividers folds down
down toward side of rack. toward the center pins.
TO ADJUST, place thumb and index tinger on pins TO ADJUST, place thumb as shown. Release pin
as shown. Press toward each other and secure from tab and place divider in down position.
divider into any one of the several notches pro-
vided.
Outside Rows
Inside Rows
Loading EXamples—upper Rack
Lightweight plastics or glassware and stemware — Use Flex-O-Dividers to stabilize an all glass load.
should be locked into place using outside row of Glasses may be loaded between pins and over
dividers. pins, in a stable manner.
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Load cotfee cups and mues in am of the several Glasses, cups, bowls, saucers and pans may be
positions illustrated to imsure proper drainage. Tilt loaded together. Stability is important when load-
cups and mugs with concave bottom surtaces to did ing such items. Use the Flex-O-Dividers to sta-
dramage. bilize ware. See page 4.
Loading EXam ples—Lower Rack
Maximum capacity of an all-plate load is obtained Plates may be loaded front to back or side to side
by overlapping small plates on right side as shown. as shown.
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Loading Exam ples—iower Rack
Plates imay be loaded with pots, pans, and large
cookware.
Cereal bowls may be loaded in a variety of dif-
ferent ways depending on the shape of the bowls.
Silverware Basket
The silverware/ cutlery basket is located at the
front of the lower rack and may be removed for
loading and unloading.
Silverware may be loaded with handles up.
down or mixed. Greater washing efficiency will be
obtained and nesting prevented by loading han-
dies in the down or mixed positions. Sharp uten-
sils should be loaded with handles up to prevent
possible user injury. Slim handle silverware should
always be loaded with handles up to prevent pro-
truding through the basket. This could cause pos-
sible damage to the silverware or dishwasher,
CORRECT LOADING
INCORRECT LOADING
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Do not leave food containing salt, vinegar, milk
products or fruit juices on silver or stainless steel
silverware for long periods of time. Certain food
soils can damage the surface of the ware. See
Problem, Cause, Solution Chart, page 18.
Sterling silver and silverplated silverware may
be dishwasher washed. 1t is a good idea to occa-
sionally buff the ware with a cloth as air drying
does not provide the bufiing of hand towel drying.
Dishwasher detergents will remove the black oxi-
dized coating found on some ornate silverware
patterns
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The cutlery section, located in the front of the
hasket, is to be used for long handled utensils and
long knives.
SMALL ITEMS BASKET
This basket 1s used for baby bottle nipples, corn
holders, measuring spoons and other small items.
It can be plac ishwasher rack.
Filling Detergent Dispenser
FILLING THE DISPENSER
NOTE: Should either compartment be covered
when you are ready to fill the Dispenser, the com-
partment may be uncovered by rotating cover to
open position.
SINGLE FILL is occasionally used for Low Energy
Wash Cycle in which the dinnerware is lightly
soiled. Check with chart to determine how much
Use an Automatic Dishwasher Detergent like Alt
Cascade, Floctrasol or Finish. NEVER USE SOAP,
AND DISHWASHING DETERGENTS, LAUNDRY
DETERGENTS OR LAUNDRY ENZYME PRODUCTS
as they will cause excessive sudsing which stows
down the wash arm action and could cause tlooding.
Always add detergent to dispenser just before
running the dishwasher. Detergent exposed to mois-
ture over a period of time may become caked and
ineffective. An open box of detergent will stay fresh
for about one month.
detergent to use. Add detergent to right-hand
MAIN WASH compartment of the Dispenser.
Close cover by rotating it in a counterclockwise
direction.
AMOUNT OF DETERGENT TO USE
ALWAYS use at least one tablespoon ot automatic
dishwashing detergent in Main Wash compart-
ment because there are ingredients in detergent
to help protect your dinnerware. The amount of
detergent needed depends on the amount of food
soil on dishes and hardness of water. Heavy soil
and/or hard water will generally require the addi-
tion of more detergent. See chart below for rec-
ommended amount of detergent to add to each
compartment.
Water Hardness*
DOUBLE FILL is used for Low Energy Wash, Heavy
Wash and Sani Cycles. Check with chart to deter-
mine how much detergent to use. Place detergent
in MAIN WASH compartment as explained for a
Single Fill and also add detergent to left-hand,
PREWASH compartment. Close cover by rotating
it in a clockwise direction.
Amount of Detergent
Soft Water
(0-4 gpg)
Each Compartment '/2 full
(approximately 2 Tbsp. /
compartment)
Fach Compartment 3/4 full
(approximately 2/2 Thsp./
compartment)
Both Compartments full
(approximately 3 Tbsp./
compartment
Med. Hard Water
(4-8 gpg)
Hard Water
(8-12 вре)
*To determine water hardness contact your local
water utility or area water softening company.
In rural areas, your state university extension
service can tell you how to test vour water.
TRIPLE FILL is used for Pots/Pans Soak & Scrub
Cycle onlv. Check with chart to determine how
much detergent to use. Place detergent in both
compartments, as explained for a Double Fill, and
also place 2 Tablespoons in the indentation.
LOW PHOSPHATE DETERGENTS
In some areas of the country, legislation requires
low-phosphate dishwasher detergents. In these
detergents, phosphorus content has been reduced
from a normal 12 to 13% to approximately 8.7%
or lower. (The percentage is printed on the box.)
With these detergents, you may find it neces-
sary to increase the amount of detergent used. In
soft water, reduced phosphate detergents should
give good cleaning results. However, in hard
water, low-phosphate detergents will probably
cause an increase in spotting and filming, even
when you used additional detergent. Please see
page 16 for removing spots and film from glasses
Filling Detergent Dispenser
and dinnerware.
WARNING: DISHWASHER DETERGENTS AND
RINSE AGENTS CAN BE HARMFUL IF TAKEN
INTERNALLY, FOR SAFETY’S SAKE, STORE DETER-
GENT AND RINSE AGENT ON AN UPPER SHELF
OUT OF CHILDREN'S REACH.
Filling Rinse Agent Dispenser
A liquid rinse agent, such as Jet Dry, may be pur-
chased at your local supermarket.
TO FILL the automatic rinse agent dispenser, un-
screw the cap located to the left of the detergent
dispenser. The reservoir holds 7 fluid ounces (207
mL) of rinse agent liquid, enough for a few months
supply. Replace cap after filling reservoir.
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POTS/PANS
SOAK & SCRUB CYCLE
Used to soak, wash and dry hard-to-clean, heavily
soiled pots, pans and casseroles along with regu-
lar tableware—including fine china and crystal.
NOTE: Some encrusted or baked on food soils
may not be completely removed as a more abra-
sive action is necessary.
OPERATION: This cycle provides a scrub with soak
period, two wash periods, each with
after rinse periods, followed by a
dry period.
DETERGENT: Add to both compartments and
front indentation of the detergent
dispenser. See page 7.
TIME*: 100 minutes
WATER: 12 gallons (45.4 liters)
HEAVY
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wed HEAVY WASH CYCLE
Used to wash and dry daily loads including china
and crystal with heavier than normal amounts of
food soil.
OPERATION: This cycle provides two wash pe-
riods each with an after rinse pe-
riod, followed by a dry period.
DETERGENT: Add to both compartments of de-
tergent dispenser. See page 7.
TIME*: 83 minutes
WATER: 10 gallons (37.9 liters)
“Time is approximate and based on 140°F (60°C)
water coming into the dishwasher.
ENERGY
LOW ENERGY
WASH CYCLE
Used to wash and dry daily loads including china
and crystal with normal to light amounts of food
sol.
OPERATION: This cycle provides two wash pe-
riods followed by a rinse period and
a dry period.
TIME*: 75 minutes
WATER: 7% gallons (28.4 liters)
SANI CYCLE
Used to wash, dry and sanitize daily loads includ-
ing china and crystal with light to heavy amounts
of food soil.
OPERATION: This cycle provides a wash period,
rinse period, wash period and a
sanitization period, followed by a
dry period.
DETERGENT: Add to both compartments of de-
tergent dispenser. See page /.
TIME*: 95 minutes
WATER: 10 gallons (37.9 liters)
RINSE & HOLD CYCLE
Used to rinse partial loads of dishes which are to
be held until the dishwasher is full. This cycle
generally keeps dishes moist until a complete
wash and dry cycle can be run. See page 10 for
description of “Rinsed Only” Light.
OPERATION: This cycle provides one rinse.
DETERGENT: [Mo Not Use detergent.
TIME: 6 minutes
WATER: 2'/4 gallons (8.5 liters)
Dishwasher Cycles
CANCEL |
CYCLE
CANCEL CYCLE
If vou select a wrong cycle, always use CANCEL
CYCLE before changing to another cycle.
Used to cancel any cycle in progress. When this
button is pushed, the dishwasher will drain and
automatically turn itself off.
TO START A NEW CYCLE, wait until all indicator
lights have gone off; open door; check detergent
dispenser to be sure it is properly filled; relatch
door and select the desired new cycle.
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DRY HEAT OFF
ENERGY SAVER—
DRY HEAT OFF
Selecting the Energy Saver button along with any
of the ‘wash and dry’ cycles, will shut off the ex-
ternal air heater used during the dry portion of
the cycle. The fan in the drying system will con-
tinue to operate. This will reduce the amount of
energy used during the cycle.
Under certain conditions, you may find a few
drops of water on dishes and silverware at the
end of the cycle.
Every time you raise the door handle, the En-
ergy Saver button will pop out. Any time you start
a new cycle. or re-start an interrupted cycie, you
must again push the Energy Saver button to save
energy.
To Add a Forgotten Item
AH evoles can be stopped at any time by un-
latching the door handle. This stops the wash
action. However, opening the door during a
(vole lessens the cleaning power, so try to load
all items before starting the cycle. Anv rorgotten
item should be loaded in the dishwasher betore
the Wash portion of the vale. To restart dish-
washer, latch door handle and push cvele button
original selected, Cycle will start exact where
twas stopped.
"Time is approximate and based on 140° F (60°C)
walter coming into the dishwasher.
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PREWASH WASH RINSE — DAY
ACTION INDICATOR LIGHTS
When the dishwasher is running. these lights tell
you which portien of the cycle is being performed.
Cycle has been <ompleted when all lights are out.
— SANI HEAT LIGHT
Light comes on when water in dishwasher is being
heated to approximately 150 F 66 Ci. it also
comes on for the fast rinse of the Sani Cycle when
the waters heated to approximately 165 F:74 Ci.
Whenever the tight is on, there is a pause in the
wash action.
RINSED ONLY LIGHT
Rinsed Only Light comes on when door handle
is raised after running the Rinse & Hold cycle.
This light indicates that dishes should he washed
with a complete wash cvcle before removing from
dishwasher Latch handle to turn light off.
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Occasionally VAPOR MAY BE NOTICED COM-
ING OUT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE DOOR when
the drver fan starts operating. This vapor 18 the
result of moisture in the dishwasher being moved
by the drying system. This vapor is not harmful
and usually dissipates very quickly.
Care of Your Dishwas
CLEANING
Dishwasher Interior
Porcelain Enamel Interior seldom needs cleaning.
However, because of a possible accumulation of
mineral deposits from the water, you may want to
wipe it out occasionally. Use a very mild scouring
powder such as Bon Ami. See chart, page 16, for
additional method of removing hard water film.
Dishwasher Exterior
Control Panels <to clean alwavs use mild soap
and water. Never use an abrasive or harsh, strong
liquid or powder cleanser.
Stainless Steel Tops, fronts and sides on sink
combination models - for routine cleaning of the
stainless steel sink, sponge with a cloth and soap.
ammonia, or detergent and water. Then rince with
clear water and wipe dry.
Hard water spots and scale can be removed by
wiping sink with a vinegar soaked cloth. Rinse
with water and dry.
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Tightly adhering mineral deposits mav be re-
moved by use of a mildlv abrasive cleanser. such
as Zud, applied with a damp cloth, rubbing in the
same direction as the polish lines of the metal
surface.
Wood or Enamel Fronts and Sides—clean with
cheesecloth or other soft cloth and a mild, non-
abrasive soap and water solution. Do not use
paper towels. Care of Wood top on Convertible
portables—see page 14.
Drain Air Gap
Some state or local plumbing codes require the
addition of a drain air gap between a built-in
dishwasher and the drain svstem of the home. The
drain air gap Is usually located on top of the sink
or countertop near the dishwasher. THIS PLUMB-
ING DEVICE 1S NOT PART OF THE KITCHENAID
DISHWASHER. Periodic cleaning of the drain air
gap 15 required to prevent partial or complete
blockage which would in turn prevent the dish-
washer from draining properly. The warranty pro-
vided with the dishwasher does not cover service
costs directly associated with the cleaning or re-
pair of this external device.
REMOVING
THE DISHWASHER RACKS
DO NOT OPFRATE DISHWASHER WITHOUT THE
RACKS IN PLACE
CAUTION: Fully loaded racks may be heavy and
should be handled carefully to avoid
dropping.
TO REMOVE UPPER RACK— Pull out rack all the
way. On each side of rack, there is a blue bumper
with a plastic cap (Ai which snaps into a hole at
the top of the rack track Push snap from hole with
a knife handle and lift cap. Pull pin {Br out of
bumper. Remove bumpers and roll rack out of
track
lower wash arm straight up. Lift filter out. TO RE-
PLACE, clip outside filter over the inside filter and
then replace wash arm. When replacing wash arm,
be sure that water holes are facing up as shown in
photo. If the outside filter needs frequent cleaning,
orif there is foodsoil remaining on dishware, check
underside of washarm for blockage of the single
outside filter spray nozzle (G) or the nine inside filter
spray nozzles (H). Clean out with a toothpick.
TO REPLACE UPPER RACK- -Fit white rollers on
cach side o” rack into lower channels of rack
tracks. Replace bumpers and pins. Pin must ex-
tend through: hole at bottom of rack track and
plastic cap snapped in hole on top ot rack track
TO REMOVE LOWER RACK Roll out rack and
lit from door TO REPLACE Place rack on iden-
tical tracks on door.
FILTRATION SYSTEM
The water in vour dishwasher is being continuously
filtered by a three part filtration system. The outside
filter (C) and the inside filter (D not shown) work
simultaneously to trap food soils and prevent them
from recirculating and redepositing on dishes. These
filters should not need cleaning under normal use,
but if necessary, the outside filter can be easily lifted
out for cleaning. TO REMOVE the outside filter, lift
The large object trap (E) collects bones, pits, or
other large items which may have mistakenly gotten
into the dishwasher. On occasion, check the trap
for such items. The large object trap may be easily
removed if necessary. TO REMOVE, lift trap out by
squeezing center section (E) and remove. TO RE-
PLACE, squeeze center section so clips snap into
square notch.
Overflow Protection Float — The blue float (F) in
the front left corner of the dishwasher tank prevents
the dishwasher from overflowing. The float must be
in place for the dishwasher to operate.
* * x x
A small amount of WATER REMAINS IN SUMP
(under filter) to lubricate seal.
Energy Savings and Your Dishwasher
12
Your new Superba dishwasher has been designed
to maximize energy savings both in your dish-
washer and throughout your entire house.
The Superba dishwasher automatically heats the
first water fill on all wash cycles to approximately
140°F (60°C). This means that the home water heater
can be turned down to allow for 120°F (49°C) water
inside the dishwasher rather than 140°F (60°). Thus
saving 10% or more of your total household water
heating energy.
If water temperature is 120°F (49°C) in the dish-
washer tank, it will take approximately 15 minutes
to heat the first water fill to 140°F (60°C). Water tem-
peratures above 120°F (49°C) in the dishwasher will
shorten the cycle time and water temperatures below
120°F (49°C) will lengthen cycle time and possibly
decrease washing performance.
Further energy savings can be achieved by using
the Energy Saver—Dry Heat Off button. This fea-
ture turns “OFF” the external air heater used dur-
ing the dry and allows the fan to circulate the
warm air inside the tank.
FLASH DRYING
Because of the heat built-up in the dishes through-
out the wash cycle, dishes can be “Flash Dried.”
Flash drying is a process where the water evap-
orates very quickly off the dishes. To do this, push
Cancel Cycle button shortly after dry light comes
on; when dry light goes out, open door and pull
out racks. NOTE: In hard water areas, flash drying
will increase the likelihood of spotting and filming
in the dishwasher.
USE ENERGY WISELY
The following tips will help maximize energy
savings using your KitchenAid dishwasher.
® Operate your dishwasher only when it is fully
loaded.
® Do not rinse dishes before loading the dish-
washer.
® Run the dishwasher at night during summer
months to reduce heat load during the day.
® Turn down home water heater to allow for
120°F (49°C) water coming in the dishwasher.
® Use the Energy Saver—Dry Heat Off button.
Convertible Portables
Convertibles are essentially built-in dishwashers
with portability features added. They must be
connected to the sink faucet and an electrical
outlet to operate.
FAUCET ADAPTER KIT
An adapter kit, furnished with your dishwasher has
an aerator faucet adapter with all parts necessary
to connect the coupler to most faucets with ex-
ternal or internal threads.
If the adapter cannot be used on your faucet,
other adapters may be obtained from your
KitchenAid dealer or distributor, a plumbing sup-
ply dealer or a hardware store.
Faucets with External Threads
У
À
2. Screw adapter (A)
furnished in kit, to
faucet.
1. Remove faucet aer-
ator.
1. Remove faucet aer-
Faucets with Internal Threads
2. Screw faucet adapter
ator. (C) with washers (B
and D) to adapter (E)
and then to faucet.
OPERATING YOUR
CONVERTIBLE PORTABLE
Step 1
Read pages 2 through 10 for cycle information,
operating instructions, loading and detergent in-
formation.
Convertible Portables
13
Step 2
Connect to Sink Faucet
Use Hot Water Only
If water in dishwasher is less than 120° F, you may
want to run the water until it gets warm before
attaching hoses—See page 12. This will shorten
the evele time but may increase energy usage.
Pull hoses and coupler from hide-away com-
partment at the back of the dishwasher. Attach
coupler (G) to adapter (F) by depressing outer
ring (Hi. When adapter and coupler are joined,
release outer ring which snaps upward for snug
fit.
Turn the hot water tap on full. Do not use any
cold water.
If water is not turned on, dishwasher will not ad-
vance out of first portion of cycle. If this happens,
push Cancel Cycle button. When dry light goes
off, turn water on and reselect cycle.
If hot water is needed while the dishwasher is
connected, press the red release button (1)—but
NOT when the dishwasher is filling or draining.
CAUTION: IF YOUR SINK HAS A SPRAY AT-
TACHMENT, IT MAY BURST AS A RESULT OF
BACK PRESSURE, PARTICULARLY IF IT IS OLD.
We suggest you disconnect the spray attachment
hose and close the hole with a chrome plug or
cap which vou can obtain at your local hardware
store or plumber, or replace it with a new and
stronger hose that will withstand the back pres-
sure.
Step 3
Connect Power Cord to Grounded Outlet.
Your KitchenAid portable dishwasher operates on
regular 115-volt. 60 Hertz A.C. house current to be
supplied by a 3-PRONG GROUNDING RECEPTACLE
LISTED BY UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES. The
circuit used should be protected by a 15-amp. fuse or
circuit breaker.
Caution: The use of an extension cord is not
recommended.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the event ofa
malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce
the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least
resistance for electric current. This appliance 1s
equipped with a cord having an equipment-ground-
ing conductor anda grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet thatis installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
DANGER: Improper connection of the equipment-
grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric
shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service-
man if you are in doubt as to whether the appliance is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided
with the appliance; if it will not fit the outlet. have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Step 4
Close and latch door.
Push the desired cycle button and dishwasher will
start.
Please refer to Operating Instructions, page 2. If
dishwasher does not start, the timer may not have
reset itself after previous cycle. To reset, lift latch
and wait until you hear two clicks. Then latch door
and push desired cycle button.
Step 5
When cycle is complete, disconnect the
dishwasher.
1. Before disconnecting power cord, lift latch to
reset timer. You will hear two clicks.
2. Disconnect power cord from outlet and return
to hide-away compartment.
3. Turn off hot water.
4. Press red button on coupler to release water
pressure and prevent splash back.
5. Depress coupler ring and remove coupler from
faucet adapter. Return hoses to hideaway com-
partment.
Once the dishwasher has performed its washing,
rinsing and final drain action, you may wish to
remove the coupler from the faucet for conven-
ient access to the water supply and sink area. To
make sure dishwasher has made the final drain,
wait a few minutes after you see the action in-
dicator light for the dry cycle turn on. Coupler
may then be removed from faucet and returned
Convertible Portables
to hideaway compartment. Do not remove cou-
pler from sink area if you run a Cancel Cycle as
water will drain again at the end of this cycle. DO
NOT DISCONNECT POWER CORD UNTIL CYCLE
IS COMPLETED.
CARE OF DISHWASHER TOP
The wood top is prefinished with a protective
lacquer seal. For daily care, wipe with a damp
cloth after using. To remove stubborn stains, let
dampened scouring powder remain in contact
with the wood for three to five hours. Then wipe
away with a damp cloth.
After an extended period of use it may be neces-
sary to recondition the top. To recondition, lightly
sand off all remaining lacquer; saturate a clean
cloth with mineral oil and wipe on. Allow over-
night absorption. Repeat oil treatment the follow-
ing day and allow to stand four to six hours before
removing excess oil with soft, dry cloth. The top
is then ready for use. Repeat this treatment every
six to eight months as necessary.
CONVERTING TO A BUILT-IN
There are no additional parts needed to convert
your portable to a built-in dishwasher. Instruc-
tions were packaged with your dishwasher. If you
have misplaced these instructions, a new set may
be obtained by writing Customer Relations Dept.,
KitchenAid Division, Hobart Corporation, Troy,
OH, 45374.
Seasonal Storage
CAUTION: To protect against possible rupture of fill
valve, BE SURE water lines leading to the dishwasher
as well as water lines in dishwasher are protected
against freezing. Such ruptures are not covered by
the warranty.
WINTER: To safeguard your KitchenAid dish-
washer when it is exposed to freezing tempera-
tures In a seasonal dwelling, have your local
KitchenAid service person follow this procedure.
1. Close and latch dishwasher door. Push Cancel
Cycle button to drain dishwasher,
2. Turn off the electricity.
3. Shut off water supply. Place pan under fill valve
and disconnect fill valve at both inlet and outlet
sides. Drain water into pan.
4. Place a pan under the drain valve outlet. Dis-
connect the flexible tubing at the drain valve
N
outlet. Drain machine water into pan by manu-
ally opening drain valve. Leave both fill and
drain valve disconnected.
3. To put dishwasher back in service, reconnect
fill valve. Reconnect drain outlet. Turn on water
supply and etectricity. Close and latch door.
Select Low Energy Wash Cycle and let machine
complete cycle. Check connections to be sure
they are water tight.
SUMMER:
1. Turn off water supply.
2. Turn off electricity.
A
15
Your Superba dishwasher comes equipped with
two front panels painted a ditferent color on each
side — Almond, White, Harvest Wheat and Onyx
Black. Thus, there are four front panel colors to
choose from which are standard with your dish-
washer.
If you should desire to change the color of your
front panel follow these steps:
LOWER PANEL:
Disconnect electrical power supply to dishwasher
before changing panels.
To change the lower front panel the entire lower
panel assembly must be removed.
1. Remove two screws (B).
2. With hands placed under ends of panel squeeze
upward and pull outward so support tabs (C)
come over the lower kick plate (Dj.
3. Push down on top of lower panel until the
lower panel assembly comes off dishwasher.
If the lower panel is not coming off, repeat
Step 2, above.
4. Remove the two screws (E) from either side ol
the trim. Take off the loosened piece of trim.
5. Slide the panel out. Handle carefully so the
panels will not be scratched or bent. Replace
the panel so the desired color is exposed.
6. Replace the trim and screws (E).
7. Taking the assembled lower panel, slide the
panel up onto the dishwasher front so that the
side flanges (F) are under the support strip (G).
If this is done improperly, the lower panel will
be loose and may fall off the dishwasher.
8. Squeeze ends of panel up and back so support
tabs (C) snap over the kick plate (Dy.
9. Replace the screws (Bl. (One screw has a lock
washer.)
10. Reconnect electrical power supply.
UPPER PANEL:
1. Pull door open and on either side of the dish-
washer door, remove the 3 screws trom the
trim (A). Remove the loosened piece ot trim.
2. Slide the panel out. Handle carefully so the
panels will not be scratched or bent. Replace
the panel so the desired color is exposed.
3. Replace the trim and screws.
The stainless steel trim will also accommodate Other front panels available from vour local
a wood front up to 1/4” thick. Some wood panels — KitchenAid dealer include: Fresh Avocado, Coffee,
are heavy and thus require the use of heavier and Stainless Steel. These are to be used with the
dishwasher door springs. These may be ordered stainless steel trim.
from your local KitchenAid dealer as a service Edged front panel kits available from your local
item, part =240418. For more instructions on KitchenAid dealer include: Edged Avocado Green,
installing a wood front, refer to the Installation Edged Coppertone, and Edged Golden Harvest,
Instructions. 1f you have misplaced these instruc-
tions, please write: Manager, Customer Relations, NOTE: Protective plastic covering on stainless steel
KitchenAid Division, Hobart Corp., Troy, Ohio trim should be removed before dishwasher
45374. is used.
If You Have A Dishwasher Problem...
Please check the following recommendations be-
fore calling tor service. If, after following the sug-
PROBLEM
CAUSE
gested remedy, the problem persists, see page 1
for information on how to get service.
SOLUTION
Food Soil Left On Dishes
Spotting and Filming
Slowdown of wash arm due
to high suds
Improper loading
Low water pressure due to
insufficient fill
Use of incorrect. too little
or ineffective detergent
Detergent cakes in
dispenser
Water temperature 1s too
low
Filter cleaning spray nozzles
on wash arm are blocked
Hard water or high mineral
content in water
Water temperature is too
low
Use of incorrect detergents
Incorrect amount of
detergent
Use of ineffective
detergents
Insufficient fill caused by
low water pressure
Use recommended dishwasher detergents only. Never use soap or
laundry detergents. Add more dishwasher detergent to increase amount
of suds-inhibitors.
Follow loading instructions in dishwasher Use and Care Guide.
Home water pressure should be 20 to 120 psi for proper dishwasher
fill. A booster pump on the water supply may be necessary if pressure
IS too low.
Use recommended dishwasher detergents only. Follow recommenda-
tions in Use and Care Guide for amounts. never use less than one
tablespoon per load. Detergent must be fresh to be effective. Always
store it in a cool. dry area. preferably in an airtight container.
Use fresh detergent only. Do not allow detergent to sit for several hours
in a wet dispenser. Have dispenser checked to make sure it is working
property.
Turn nome water heater up so water entering dishwasher 1s 120 F
(49 С) Minimum. See recommended procedure ‘To Check Water
Temperature.
Remove lower wash arm and turn upside down. Check single outside
filter spray nozzle (hole) or nine inside filter spray nozzles located on
underside of wash arm. See page 11. If nozzles are blocked, clean out
with a toothpick.
Conditioning the final rinse water with a liquid rinse agent helps elim-
inate spotting and filming. The Automatic Rinse Agent Dispenser is
standard on the Superba and Patrician models and can be installed as
an optional accessory on the tmpreial and Custom models. Keep rinse
agent. like Jet Dry. in the dispenser at all times.
À packaged non-precipitating water conditioner can be mixed with de-
tergent to minimize hard water problems.
Turn home water heater up so water entering dishwasher is 120°F
(49 Cy minimum. See recommended procedure “To Check Water
Temperature
Use recommended dishwasher detergents only.
Follow recommendations in dishwasher Use and Care Guide for amount.
Heavy soil and or hard water generally require extra detergent.
Detergent should be fresh. Store in a cool. dry place. preferably in an
airtight container. Discard lumpy detergent.
Home water pressure should be 20 to 120 psi for proper dishwasher
fill. À booster pump on the water supply may be necessary if pressure
Is too low.
To Remove Spots and Film: To remove spots and film on dish-
ware and gtasses. or hard water film on the Interior of the dish-
washer, you may want to use stripping products such as Lime-
A-way or Glass Magic. These products are available in the de-
tergent section of your local grocery store: follow the manufac- 3
turer's directions.
Or you may use vinegar with the following procedure:
1. Load clean dishes and glasses in dishwasher in reguiar man-
ner. Do not load silverware or other metals in the dishwasher.
2. Close and latch door and select Low Energy Wash Cycle. Do
not use detergent. Allow dishwasher to run through the first
wash. When washer has filled for main wash portion of cycle.
unlatch and open door. Add 2 cups of household vinegar.
Close and latch door: reselect Low Energy Wash Cycle button.
. After final rinse water has drained. cancel cycle. Do not allow
dishwasher to go through dry portion of cycle.
4. For a final polish. put two tablespoons of non-precipitating
type water conditioner (such as Calgon) in the right-hand Main
Wash compartment of detergent dispenser. and run dish-
washer through complete Low Energy Wash Cycle.
—
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Cycle Takes Extremely
Long Time
Water temperature is 100
low
Turn home water heater up so water entering dishwasher IS 120%
(49°C) minimum. See recommended procedure “To Check Water
Temperature.”
Dishes Do Not Dry
Completely
Dishes do not drain
property
Plastics
Dishes must have proper water drainage. Do not overload. Foilow in-
structions for loading in dishwasher Use and Care Guide. Use a rinse
agent to speed draining.
Some plastics, due to material, may need to be towel dried.
Silica Film or Etching
(Silica Film is a White
Iridescent Deposit,
Etching is a Cloudy Film)
A water chemical reaction
with certain types of
glassware. Usuaily caused
by some combination of
soft or softened water.
alkaline washing solutions.
insufficient rinsing. over-
loading the dishwasher,
and heat of drying.
It may not be possible to prevent problem, except by hand washing.
To retard this process. use a minimum amount of detergent but not
less than one tablespoon per load. Use a liquid rinse agent and un-
derload the dishwasher to allow thorough rinsing. Remove glasses
from dishwasher before dry cycle. Silica Film and etching are permanent
and cannot be removed.
Pitting of Stainless Steel
Flatware
Prolonged contact with
foods containing salt.
vinegar, milk products or
fruit juices
Use Rinse & Hold Cycle if flatware is not washed immediately after use.
White Spots on Cookware
with Non-Stick Finish
Seasoning removed by
dishwasher detergents
Re-season cookware after dishwasher washing.
Fading of Patterns on
China
High water temperature and
strong detergent
Before washing china in the dishwasher, check manufacturer's in-
structions to see if china is dishwasher safe. Or test wash a piece for
about a month by leaving it in the dishwasher to see if and when
fading occurs. Do not wash antique hand painted china in dishwasher.
It You Have A Dishwasher Problem...
PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION
Tarnish on Silver or Prolonged contact with Use Rinse & Hold Cycle if silver or silverplate are not washed imme-
Silverplate food soils containing sulfide — diately after use. Hand buff silverware occasionally.
- eggs. mayonnaise and
seafood
Bronze tarnish is exposed Soak in vinegar for 10 minutes to remove tarnish For permanent
base metal where silver has protection. have flatware replated.
WOrn away on silverplate.
Base metal reacts with
detergents and heat to give
tranish effect
Darkening of Aluminum Minerals in the water or Always use automatic dishwasher detergents as they contain ingredi-
Ware undiluted detergent ents to protect aluminum. Ware should not be placed where it can be
sprinkled with undiluted detergent. Remove at end of final rinse and
towel dry. Do not stack to dry.
Black or Gray Marks on Aluminum markings Aluminum pieces should be loaded so that they will not rub against
Dishes dinnerware during washing. Throw-away aluminum items should not
be dishwasher washed because they may break down and cause mark-
Ing. Aluminum markings can be removed by using a mild abrasive
cleanser.
Brown Stains on High iron content in water Remove by washing dishes (after food soit has been removed} with
Dinnerware and Supply 1 teaspoon to ! tablespoon of citric acid crystals added to Main Wash
Dishwasher Interior compartment of detergent dispenser. Do not use detergent. Follow
with a Low Energy Wash Cycle with detergent. If treatment is needed
more often than every other month. the installation of an iron removal
unit 1s recommended
PROBLEM CAUSE
SOLUTION
Plastic Containers Warp High water temperature
or Lose Shape
Check care instructions for plastics to determine if they are “dishwasher
safe. heat resistant.”
Odor in the dishwasher Dishes only washed every
two to three days
Run a Rinse & Hold Cycle at least once or twice a day until a full load
is accumulated.
Load dishes and glasses so that they are stable and do not strike
together from washing action. (Note: Some types of china and glass-
ware are too delicate for automatic dishwashing and should be hand
washed: for example: antiques. featheredged and similar types.)
Moving racks in and out smoothly will also minimize chipping.
Chipping of dishware Improper loading
Outside Filter Needs Filter is not placed in
Frequent Cleaning dishwasher correctly
Spray nozzles on wash arm
are blocked
Dishes not scraped before
loading
Make sure outside filter is seated properly under wash arm. See
page 11.
Remove lower wash arm — see page 11— and turn upside down. On
under side of each tube is an indentation. In one of these indentations
is a nozzle (hole) which cleans the outside filter. There are also nine
holes in the center area of the wash-arm which clean the inside filter.
If these nozzles are blocked, clean out with a toothpick.
Make sure leftover food. bones. toothpicks and other hard items are
scraped from dinnerware before loading.
TO CHECK YOUR WATER TEMPERATURE
For best dishwashing results. water should be at least 120 F (49 C) as it enters the dishwasher. To check the temperature. test it at
the faucet located nearest your dishwasher.
1. Setting the faucet control for the hottest water possible. run water into a glass set in the sink for at least one minute. allowing it
to overflow.
2. Place a candy or meat thermometer into the water and read It at the maximum setting.
3. If the temperature is too low. raise the setting on your water heater.
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Northern Plains Dist | Inc.
4014-15th Ave North
1701; 282-7500
OHIO
Cincinnati 45227
The Tracy-Welis Co.
5660 Wooster Pike
1513) 271-1809
Columbus 43214
The Tracy-Wells Co
3568 Indianola Ave
P.O Box 14
1614) 261-0331
Dayton 45401
Y J MeGranahan. Inc
1415 Stanley Ave.
PO Box @
1513) 222-9911
Service: Hobart Corporation
Stanley Ave
Dayton, OH 45404
(5131 223-4114
Solen 44139
Midiand Electric Co.
5100 Naiman Parkway
(216) 248-8040
Holland 43528-0367
McKimmy é Elliott Dist Ca
6509-25 Angola Road
Р.О. Вох 36
1419) 536-2889
OKLAHOMA
Okiahoma City 73105
Modern Distributors. Inc.
200 € Hill
(405) 528-4537
OREGON
Portland 97214
Dean Distributing Co inc
1395 E Taylor St
PO Box 14039
1503) 238-0558
PENNSYLVANIA
Duncansville 16635
Good Distributors, Inc
Corner Routes 22 & 220
PO. Box 306
¡8141 696-0246
Greenville 16125
Bish Corporation
124 Main St
PO Box 634
14121 588-705 1
Kingston 18704
Arrow Appliances & Electronics
Dist. Co.
G36 Rutter Ave
PO Box 1428
i7171 287-2188
Philadelphia 19116
SS Fretz Jr Inc
2001 Woodhaven Rd
12151 671-8300
Pittsburgh het
Housior- Star:
300 Brushton Ave
14121 242-5000
York 17405
Raub Suppiy Co
3001 W Market St
217, 792-9711
RHODE ISLAND
Providence 029i 4
The Boyd Corporation
315 Harris Ave.
(401) 421-9005
SOUTH CAROLINA
Columbia 29201
Southern Radio Corp.
Stadium Road
PO. Box 467
{803) 799-6143
SOUTH DAKOTA
Sieux Falls 57103
Max Pasiey, Inc.
506 S. Cliff
(6051 336-3760
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga 37421
Creswell & Co. Inc.
153 Warehouse Mart
(615) 899-1290
Knoxville 37919
Creswell & Co Inc
3910 Papermili Rd
16151 584-9171
Memphis 38114
ub Kitchens. Inc
Scaper St
743-9821
М оса King Parts & Service
Lamar
Memphis. TN 38114
19011 743-877
Nashville 37202
Hermitage Electric Supply Corp
531 Lafayette St
0 Box 24990
16151 244-4167
TEXAS
Amarillo 79105
Consolidated Dist Co ing
2300 Nor Wester:
> 149
18081977. 1246
Dallas 75243
The Stewart Co
11000 N Central Expressway
(214) 691-5555
El Paso 73901
Consolidated Disi Co inc
1830 Mills Ave
:915) 533-4464
Houston 77043
Ear McMivan Saies Ing
1190 W Belt Dr North
17131 467-1751
San Antonio 78294
Centra! Distributing Co
1201 E Houston Street
PO. Box 1229
1512) 225-1541
UTAH
Salt Lake City 84175
Wells Dist. Co
2620 $. 900 West
PO Box 25008
(801; 972-8700
VERMONT
Burlington 05402
Vermont Appliance Co.
44 Lakeside Ave
(8021 864-9831
VIRGINIA
Richmond 23223
Bluefield Distributing Co
2400 Magnolia Court
(8041 649-7521
Roanoke 24028
Dixie Appliance Co.
РО Вох 4009
1703) 366-8806
Ship 2428 Patterson Ave S W
Roanoke VA 24016
WASHINGTON
Tukwila 98188
F B Connelly Ca
720 Andover Park E.
0 Box 88407
12061 575-0410
Spokane 99220
Taylor Distributing Co inc
East 124 Sinto
РО. Вох 3435 TA
{5091 328-8110
WEST VIRGINIA
Charleston 25326
Eskew. Smith & Cannon
1206 Smith St
PO Box 1626
i304) 344-3411
WISCONSIN
Milwaukee 53225
Roth Distributing Co Inc
11925 W Carmen Ave
1414 353-9000
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