USER'S GUIDE
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, in addition to a list of what can and what
should not be washed in an automatic dishwasher.
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Save time and money. If something
should go
wrong, we suggest consulting the "Before You Call"
section. It is designed to help you solve basic problems before consulting a servicer.
If you have questions, write us (include your model
number and phone number) or call:
Table of
Safety
Instructions ................
Maytag Appliances Sales Company
Attn: CAIR ®Center
P.O. Box 2370
LoadingTips .....................
Cleveland, TN 37320-2370
1-800-688-9900 USA
1-800-688-2002 CANADA
Cycles
1-800-688-2080 USA TTY (for deaf, hearing
impaired or speech impaired)
(Mon.-Fri., 8am-8pm Eastern Time)
What Can and Cannot be Washed.....
http://www.maytag.com
Operating Steps ...................
at a
Glance .................
Care and Cleaning .................
BeforeYouCall..................
Guidede L'Utilisateur.............
Guia del Usuario
Part No. 6 915965 A
MCS No. 99002393
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For Future Assistance
WARNING:
Check with the installer
to make sure the appliance
has been properly
groundel
avoid possible
electrical shock. Be sure you read the IMPORTANT PERSONAL
SAFETY INSTRUCTK
before you start to use this dishwasher.
Please record your model and serial numbers in the spaces
provided below. These numbers can be found in the upper
left corner of the tub opening. They are needed for any correspondence or service calls concerning your dishwasher.
In addition, keep your sales slip or cancelled check. SI
any warranty service be required, proof of original d
purchase is needed.
Model Number
Serial Number
Important
Safety
Instructions
Products with a @ label have been listed with Underwriter's
Laboratories, Inc. - those with a CSA tag have been listed
with Canadian Standards Association. Nevertheless, as with
8.
Be careful not to touch the heating element on the b,
of the tub during or at the completion of a cycle. I
be hot.
any other equipment using
there is a potential hazard,
9.
Use only detergents and rinse additives designed
automatic dishwasher. Never use soap, laundry
gent, or hand washing detergent in your dishw
Keep these products out of reach of children.
electricity
and moving
parts,
10. Do not sit, stand on or abuse the door or dish racks
dishwasher.
1.
Read all instructions
2.
Use the dishwasher
3.
Disconnect
electrical
attempting to service,
4.
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 the dishwasher.
Refer to the installation instructions for proper grounding procedures,
5.
before using the dishwasher.
only for its intended
power
to
function.
dishwasher
before
Connect to a properly rated, protected and sized power
supply circuit to avoid electrical overload.
6.
Children should never be permitted
in, with, or around this dishwasher,
7.
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.
SAVE
1
to operate,
or play
THESE
11. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may b_
duced in a hot water system that has not been us,
two weeks or more. Hydrogen gas is explosive.
hot water system has not been used for such a p
turn on all hot water faucets and let the water flo_
each for several minutes. This will release any ac(
lated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, d
smoke or use an open flame during this process.
12. Do not wash plastic items unless marked "dish_
safe" or the equivalent. For plastic items not so ml
check the manufacturer's
recommendations.
13. Do not tamper
with controls.
14. To prevent accidental child entrapment and suffo
risk, always remove the door to the washing cot
ment when removing an old dishwasher from sen
discarding it.
15. Use caution when unloading the dishwasher. Dish_
be hot if unloaded shortly after a cycle has comple
INSTRUCTIONS
Loading
Tips
•
Scrape off bones or large food particles.
quantities of greasy/oily substances,
•
Scrape or soak items with burnt on foods as they require
more energy than the rest of the load to clean,
• Place all items in the racks so they are separated
ing the center of the racks.
•
Scrape off tomato based food soils.
• Wedge flat, lightweight
•
If connected to a food waste disposer, make certain the disposer is empty before starting the dishwasher. This allows
proper draining,
•
•
Remove excessive
•
Starch from foods like potatoes, pasta, rice and oatme_
require more energy to clean than the rest of the load.
and fa_
items next to the silverware
bask_
or along the sides and back of the racks.
Load items so they do not rest over the wash tower loca
ed in the center of the lower rack.
Mustard, mayonnaise,
vinegar, lemon and other acidic
foods can cause rust or discoloration on stainless steel,
•
Avoid blocking the upper and lower spray arms by n(
allowing items to extend beyond the racks.
Rinse these pieces as soon as possible.
•
Place glasses in any row of the upper rack for proper clear
ing and rinsing. Do not toad glasses over the tines.
Upper Rack
(Features vary slightly by model.)
Lower
Rack
This rack is designed to
(Features vary slightly by model.)
hold glasses, cups, small
plates, bowls, cookware,
etc. Small
plates
or
Large items may be placed in any convenient location in t]:
rack. Keep soiled surfaces facing the center of the rack. TI
back of this rack accommo-
bowls saucers should be
loaded with soiled sur
dates a row of dinner plates
or two rows of smaller
faces facing the center of
the rack. Do not load
glasses over the tines,
plates. Serving bowls, pots
and pans also fit across the
left side of the rack.
The Twin Shelf (select
I
models) on the right side
of the upper rack folds up or
10 Place Settings
down. 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 Likebowls, plates, etc.
Folding tines
els) located
side, provide
bility
for
items.
(select modon the right
loading flexilarge-shaped
!
10 Place Settings
Removing
the Upper
Rack
The upper rack can be removed when tall or oversized items
need to be loaded into the lower rack.
Removable
Utensil
with Handle (Features
To remove:
For best cleaning results, prevent items from nesting togetl
er by placing some items in the basket with handles up an
some with handles down. Load knives, handles up, throu_
the slots in the covered section (when closed).
• Roll the upper rack 1/3 to 1/2 of the way out.
• Remove the plastic rack stop from the end of each track,
To remove each plastic rack stop, push inward (towards
the rack) on the ridged area of the rack stop. The rack
stop wilt snap open and can be easily removed by
pulling straight out. Take care to support the track
while removing
rack
stops.
Rack
• Roll the rack all the way
out of the track and
remove from the dishwasher.
• Reverse the above procedure to replace the upper
rack into the dishwasher,
Stop
/
/
Basket
vary slightly by model.)
Be sure that thin, finely pointed items do not extend throu_
the basket. This could block the lower wash arm.
Small, lightweight items like baby spoons and plastic me
suring spoons should be placed in the covered section (sele
models) of the basket for washing.
Operating
Hot
Steps
Water
For best results, the incoming water temperature should
120°-140°E Check the water temperature by turning on
hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher and letting it
into a glass in the sink. Place a candy thermometer
in
glass and check the temperature
once it has stopped
be
the
run
the
rising. If
it is below 120°F have a qualified person raise the water
heater setting,
If the outside temperature is unusually low, or if your water
travels a long distance from the water heater to the dish-
To fill the dispenser, turn the cap counterclockwise
to
Pour the rinse aid into the reservoir. Replace the cap z
sure it is securely in place before closing the dish_
door. Cheek the dispenser monthly and refill as nee_
Rinse aid is available in solid form for models withoul
uid dispenser. When using a solid rinse aid, fasten it
back right corner of the lower rack. Purchase more rin
when the material dissolves and the container is empt_
Starting the
Dishwasher
sink
and you
allow
to run tountil
hot. This
washer,
mayit want
turn the
on water
the hot iswater
faucetassures
at the
that the inital fill of water is hot.
•
Ste_ _
Detergent
the dishwasher
Use a detergent designed specifically for use in an automatic
dishwasher. Other types (laundry, hand soap, etc,) will cause
oversudsing. Be sure to use fresh detergent and store it in a
cool, dry place (not under the sink).
The amount of detergent to use depends on the water hardness measured in grains per gallon (gpg) and the amount of
soil on the dishes. Generally detergent amounts should be
increased for harder water and heavier soil.
A basic guideline
is one teaspoon
grain of water hardness.
After loading the dishwasher
of detergent
Use a minimum
•
by pressing
and adding detergent
the door until the latch,
To start the dishwasher, firmly press the desired cyc
options pads. After a pause, the fill will begin. To pl
an
unplanned
cycle orin"
AccuTemp
option change,
selections
are "locked
after 1 minute.
TM
•
The indicator
lights for the selected cycle and optio:
•
glow.
To cancel the Heated Dry option, press the pad ag;
cancel a cycle, press the Drain/Off pad.
for each
of three teaspoons
in soft water.*
If the water hardness is 12 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 parts from
the damage that hard water deposits may cause.
Rinse Aid
Step
_]
Adding
a
Forgotten Item
For best cleaning,
in the cycle.
the forgotten
1. Press the Delay/Resume
item should be addec
pad or unlatch the door.
2, Wait for the water circulation
to stop.
3. Close
Open and
the door
4.
latch and
the add
door.the item.
A liquid rinse aid dispenser (select models) automatically
releases a measured amount of rinse aid into the final rinse
5. If Delay/Resume
dishwasher.
portion of each cycle.
6. After five seconds, the cycle resumes automatically
point of interruption.
Detergent
CYCLES
Usage Guide (powder
SOFT WATER
(0-3 gpg)
Open Cup
Light
Rinse
Wash
Only
3 tsp, min.
MEDIUM
WATER
(4-9 gpg)
Main Cup
Open Cup
was pushed,
push it again to rest
or liquid)
HARD WATER
(10-12 gpg)
Main Cup
Open Cup
3 tsp. min.
4-9 tsp.
4-9 tsp.
10-12 tsp.
10-12 tsp.
none
4-9 tsp.
none
10-12 tsp.
none
Use no detergent
Use no detergent
Use no detergent
* Your toc,
water utili
state univ
extension
vice can t,
the degrel
water har_
in your at,
Cycles
at a Glance
Your dishwasher offers various cycles and options to adjust
to specific load conditions. Please refer to the chart below.
WATER USE
If you wish to cancel the delay start, simply press fl
Delay/Resume
pad again. The indicator light will go ol
and the cycle will start immediately.
This pad can also t
pressed to temporarily interrupt a cycle. The cycle will resurr
from the point of interruption when the delay _ne runs out
CYCLE
SEQUENCE
Heavy Wash
for heavily soiled dishes and pots & pans
2 Prewashes,
Main Wash,
Purge,
2 Rinses
Normal Wash
for normally
soiled dishes
2 Prewashes,
Main Wash,
Purge,
Rinse
8 gallons
when the Delay/Resume pad is pressed again.
AccuTemp `_checks the main wash and final rinse water ten
peratures and will extend the heating and water circulatio
until proper
water
temperature
is reached.
Selec
AccuTemp
to ensure proper water temperature for activa
ing detergent and dissolving greasy food soils.
Light Wash
Wash,
6 gallons
Heated Dry turns on the heating element during dry fc
enhanced drying results. Cancelling Heated Dry turns th
heating element off. Towel drying of some items may be ne(
essary.
for lightly
soiled dishes
Purge,
2 Rinses
Rinse Only
for rinsing dishes waiting for a full load
Rinse
Off
10 gallons
TM
2 gallons
Drain/OFF Pressing the pad once will drain the dishwashe
and then turn it off. Pressing the pad twice will turn it oJ
without draining.
Indicator Lights:
CLEAN glows at the end of the dry cycle.
Options:
The indicator light above the option will illuminate when the
option is selected. Press the pad again to cancel an option
and the light will go out.
DRY light glows during the entire dry period
when the cycle is completed.
and goes ou
WASH light glows during all wash portions.
HEATING DELAY glows to indicate that the cycle is bein_
extended to heat the water to proper temperature.
Delay/Resume can delay or interrupt any wash cycle for 2, 4,
or 6 hours. To set up a delay, first select the appropriate cycle
and options for the load. Then, quickly press and hold the
Delay/Resume
pad until the desired amount of delay time is
selected. The dishwasher will count down and the cycle will
automatically start as soon as the delay time expires.
Care & Cleaning
Interior
Exterior
The dishwasher
interior
is normally
self-cleaning.
Periodically check the bottom of the dishwasher tub to see if
any large particles have not gone through the strainer portion of the module.
The front of the dishwasher can be cleaned with a soft dam F
cloth and liquid spray cleaner. Do not use abrasive powders
or cleaning pads.
Wipe the edge of the inner door liner to remove any food soil
splashes which occurred during loading.
The color from some tomato-based
food soils has
known to occasionally adhere to today's dishwasher
causing temporary discoloration. To help prevent this,
washing a load of dishes soiled with tomato sauce:
• Scrape excess tomato-based food soils off of dishes,
to loading. Do not prewash the dishes, however.
• Run the Heavy Wash cycle.
been
tubs,
when
prior
Storage/Moving
Fill both detergent cups with a fresh-scented dishwashex
detergent or baking soda and select the Normal Wash cycle.
Allow the dishwasher to complete the cycle. Then turn the
water supply off and drain the dishwasher. To drain, press the
Drain/Off pad once. Operate the drain twice to ensure most
of the water is removed. Last, disconnect the electrical supply
and prop open the door. (See Important Safety Instructions,
#14, page 1).
What Can and Cannot
Be Washed
Most tableware, cookware and flatware can safely be washed in your dishwasher.
item, check with the manufacturer
Material
Dishwasher
Safe?
Special
If you have any doubts abod
Information
Aluminum
High water temperature
Cast Iron
Seasoning
China/
Stoneware
Always check manufacturer's
hand-painted
or over-the-glaze
Crystal
Always check manufacturer's
recommendation
before washing.
of leaded crystal may etch with repeated washings.
Furnace Filters
May leave a dingy deposit or stain on dishwasher
Glass
Milkglass can yellow with repeated
and detergents
will be removed,
may affect finish.
and iron will rust.
recommendation
before washing. Anti
patterns may fade. Gold leaf may discol
dishwasher
Some t
interior.
washing.
Gold-Plated
Flatware
Pewter,
Will discolor.
Tin
Plastics
Stainless
Steel
Sterling
Silver
or
Silverplate
Wooden Items
Always check manufacturer's recommendation before washing. Plastics
in their capacity to withstand
high water temperatures
and deterg,
Disposable plastic items are not dishwasher safe for this reason.
Run a Rinse Only cycle if not washing immediately. Prolonged contact
foods containing salt, vinegar, milk products or juice could damage finisl
Always check manufacturer's
recommendation
before washing. Run a I;
Only cycle if not washing immediately. Prolonged contact with food con
ing salt, acid or sulfide (eggs, mayonnaise and seafood) could damage fiJ
Commercial "darkening" may be removed by detergent.
crack or discolor.
Before
You Call
Check these points to help save you time and money•
Dishwasher
Will Not Fill:
• Be sure door is latched securely.
• Be sure the water is turned on.
•
•
•
•
Check
Allow
Check
Check
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 vane
Dishwasher
•
•
•
•
inlet for sediment
Will Not Drain/Water
and clean if necessary.
In Tub Bottom:
If connected to a food waste disposer, be sure the knock-out is removed from the disposer
Be sure the drain hose is elevated at least 32" so water cannot siphon back into the tub.
Check for food obstruction in the drain or disposer.
Check drain hose for a kink.
• Check your home's circuit breaker
• Check that the cycle is completed.
Detergent
inlet.
or fuse box.
Cup Is Not Empty:
• Check that the cycle is completed.
• Be sure dispenser is not blocked by a dish or utensil.
• Use fresh detergent stored in a cool, dry place.
Dishwasher
Seems Noisy:
• A water valve hiss during fill is normal.
• Water circulation sounds are normal.
• A ticking noise is a normal timer sound.
• 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 the drain is normal.
• A snap noise is the detergent cup lid hitting the door liner when the dishwasher door is opened at the end of the
cycle. This is normal.
• Proper installation affects the noise level.
Cycle Takes Too Long (Heating Delay Light Stays On, select models):
• AccuTemp '_or Temp Boost (select models) has been selected and the cycle is extended if the water temperature
• Check to see that the incoming water temperature is 120-140 ° F (49-60 ° C).
Dishwasher
•
•
•
•
is low.
has an Odor:
Run dishes being held in the dishwasher through a Rinse Only cycle.
Many dishwashers have a "new" smell when first installed. This will dissipate with use.
Dishwasher may not be draining properly. (See "Won't Drain" section.)
For a strong odor place baking soda in both sides of the detergent cup. Select Light Wash and allow the water to
circulate for about 10 minutes. Interrupt the cycle by unlatching the door and let it stand overnight.
Restart the
dishwasher by latching the door and allow it to complete the cycle. A commercial dishwasher cleaning product such
as Jet-Dry Dishwasher Cleaner* can also be used.
Dishwasher
Leaks:
• 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
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 (pg. 3).
• Be sure the Rinse Aid (select models) lid is securely attached and not leaking.
Brandnamesare trademarksofthe respectivemanufacturer.
designed
for
Continuedon nextpage.
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Before
You Call
Food Soil Remains
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
on Dishes:
Check water temperature (pg 3).
Run hot water at the sink before starting the dishwasher.
Select AccuTemp _ or Temp Boost (select models).
Check water hardness and adjust detergent amount accordingly (pg. 3).
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 (pg. 2).
Load the utensil basket with some handles up and some down to prevent nesting.
Do not place glasses over tines.
Prior to loading, scrape off burnt on foods and wipe the starchy film from utensils used with pasta, rice and oatmeal. These soils require more energy than the rest of the load to clean.
Glasses Are Cloudy/Spotted:
• Always use a rinse aid.
• Check water temperature, incoming water should be 120°-140 ° F (49-60 ° C).
• Confirm that the cloudiness is removable by soaking the item in white vinegar for approximately
5 minutes. If
removed, the problem is due to hard water. Adjust detergent amount being used to match water hardness (pg. 3).
Be sure detergent is fresh, stored properly and is a high quality brand.
• If cloudiness is not removable, it is etching. This is an erosion of the surface of the glassware and can be caused by
water that is too hot, from using too much detergent or by prewashing.
Detergent needs food soil to act upon. If
etching has occurred, the glassware is permanently
damaged.
To prevent further etching, adjust the detergent
amount to match the water hardness, stop prewashing, and be sure incoming water is not greater than 140 ° F
(60 ° C). Use water heating options only when incoming water temperature is below 120° F (49 ° C).
Items Washed
In The Dishwasher
Or The Dishwasher
Tub Itself Is Stained/Discolored:
• Aluminum utensils or pans can leave marks when they rub against other items. Leave a slight space between items.
• Iron deposits in the water can leave a yellow, brown or orange film on dishes or the dishwasher tub. A filter may be
needed, check with a water treatment company. RoVer Rust Remover* (part no. 057961)** can be used to remove
rust. Do not use RoVer along with dishwasher detergent. Fill both cups with RoVer and complete a Normal Wash
cycle. Follow with a short wash cycle using dishwasher detergent.
• Color from tomato sauces may adhere to the tub (pg. 4). If light staining has occurred, leave the door open to oxidize the stain away. For removal of heavier stains, try a citric acid containing a dishwasher cleaning product such
as Glisten* (part no. 18001017)**. Change dishwasher detergent and be sure to use a dishwasher detergent that contains chlorine to better fight staining.
Items Not Properly Dried/Moisture
Is Present On The Dishwasher Interior After The Dry Cycle:
• Be sure Heated Dry is selected.
• Water droplets may form on the inner door as part of the drying process.
• Always use a rinse aid like Jet Dry* or Cascade Rinse Aid*.
• Check water temperature (pg. 3).
• Select AccuTemp" or Temp Boost (select models}.
• Increase detergent amount to match water hardness (pg. 3}.
• Load properly (pg. 2)
• Plastic and teflon items are difficult to dry because the porous surface tends to collect water droplets. Towel drying
may be necessary.
• Glasses and cups with concave bottoms hold water and require towel drying.
Dishware
•
•
•
•
is Chipped:
Load dishes according to instructions so they do not strike each other (pg. 2).
Washing antique china/crystal
in the dishwasher is not recommended.
Do not load glasses over the tines.
Do not overload.
• Brandnamesare trademarks
of therespectivemanufacturer.
•* Call1-800-688-8408
to order.
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To Changethe Door Panel Insert
(select models)
1. Using a Phillips screw driver, remove either the right or
left-hand door trim strips by removing the three screws.
2. Grasp the panel insert(s) and gently flex out slightly. Slide
panel(s) out about two inches. Continue to flex insert
panel(s) enough to remove them. Use care, edges may be
sharp.
3. Select color and reinstall panel(s). Place insert panel(s)
(notched corners at the top) on the inside of the lower
door panel trim. Make sure the upper notched comers of
the insert(s) are under the control panel.
4. Reinstall the side trim.
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY
SERVICE
To locate an authorized service company in your area contact the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased; or call Maytag Appliances Sales Cc
Maytag Customer Assistance. Should you not receive satisfactory warranty service,please call or write:
Maytag Appliances Sates Company
Attn: CAIn®Center P.O.Box 2370 Cleveland, TN 37320-2370
U.S. 1-800-688-1120
U.S. Customers using TTY for deaf, hearing impaired or speech impaired, call 1-800-688-2080.
When contacting Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Maytag Customer Assistance about a service problem, please include the following:
Ca) Your name, address and telephone number
(b) Model number and serial number (found on the upper left cornerof the tub opening) of your appliance
(c) Name and addressof your dealer end the date the appliance was purchesed
(d) A clear description of the problem you are having
(el Water hardness, detergent brand end amount, water temperature and cycle used
(f) Proof of purchase
What is net covered by these warranties:
1. Conditionsand damages resultingfrom any of the following:
a. Improper installation, delivery, or maintenance.
b. Any repair,modification,alterationor adjustment not authorizedby the manufactureror an authorizedservicer.
©. Misuse, abuse, accidents,or unreasonable use.
d. Incorrectelectriccurrent, voltage or supply.
e. Improper setting of any control.
2. Warranties are void if the original model end serial numbers have been removed, aJtered,or cannot be readilydetermined.
3. Products purchasedfor commercial or industrial use.
4. The cost of service or service call to:
a. Correct installationerrors.
b. Instruct the user on proper use of the product.
¢. Transport the appliance to the servicer.
5. Consequentialor incidental damages sustainedby any personas a result of any breach of these warranties.
Some states do not allow the exclusionor limitation of consequentialor incidentaldamages,so theabove exclusionmay not apply.
User'sGuides,service manualsand parts information are available from Maytag Appliances SalesCompany,Maytag CustomerAssistance.
POUR OBTENIR
LES PRESTATIONS
DE GARANTIE
Pour localiser une entrepdse de service apr_s-ventaagree dens votre region, contacterle concessionneireMAY'fAG o_ la machine a et_ achet_e ou appeler M
AppliancesSales Company le service-cJientaMaytag. Si its prestationsde garantie obtenues ne vous donnent pas satisfaction,contacter ce service par col
ou par t_l_phone:
Maytag Appliances Sales Company
Attn:CAIn®Center P,O.Box 2370 Cleveland, TN 37320-2370 I_tats-Unis
1-800-688-1120
Quand vous_crivezau sujet d'un problbme non r_aolu,veuillez inclure Its renseignemects suivanta:
(a) Vos nora, adresseet num_ro de t_l_phone
(b) Les num6ros de modble et de s6rie de votre machine Cquisetrouvent dans le coin aup6rieur gauche de I'ouverture de le cove)
(c) Lea nora et adressedu concessionnaire sinai que la date d'achat de I'appareil
(d) Une descriptionclaire du probl_me rencontr6
(el La duret6 de I'eau, lea marque et quantit6 de detergent, la temperature de )'eau et le cycle utilises
(f) Date de la preuve d'achat (bon de celsse)
Ne sont pat ceuverts par ces deux garenties:
1. Lea probl_mes et dommeges r_sultant des situations auivantes:
a. InstaJlatlon,livraison ou entretien defectueux.
b. Toute r_paretion, modificat{on, alteration ou ajustement non eutor[s_ per le fabricent ou un prestetaire do service apr_s-vente agr_6.
©. Usage inappropd_, abusif, d_rasionnable ou accidents.
d. Alimentation _lectrlque ou tension incorrectes.
e. R6glage inappropri_ de route commande.
Z. Lesgaranties sent annul_essiles num_ros de modble et s6rie d'origine ont _t_ enlev6s, modifies ou ne peuvent 6tre d6termin6s facilement.
3. Appareils achet_s _ des fins eommerciales ou industrielles.
4. Les frais de d_pannage ou de visite pour:
a. Corriger des erreurs d'installation.
b. Enseignerau consommateur comment utiliserson appareilcorrectment.
©. Assurerle transportde I'appareiljusqu'_ I'enterprisede serviceapr_s-vente.
5. Dommagea indirects ou accessoriessupport_s par toute personne_ la suite d'une quelconque violation de garantie.
Certain 6stas ne permettent pas I'exclusion ou Is limitation de responsablilt6en ce qui concerne Its dommages indirects,et I'exclusion ci-dessuspeut nE
s'appliquer & votre cas.
Guide de I'utilisateur, manuals de d&pannageet rensiegnments depi_ces d_tach_eesont disponib/es aupresMaytag Appliances Sales Company,du service clients Ma
PARA
RECIBIR
SERVICIO
DE GARANTiA
Para Iocalizar unacompa_(a de servicio autorizada en su Iocalidadcomuniquesecon el distribuidor en donde compr6 su aparato; o Ilamea Maytag Appliances
Company,Ayuda al Clientede Maytag al m)mero listado m_s adelante. En caso de no recibirun serviciode garantiasatisfactorio,sirvaseIlamar o escribira:
Maytag Appliances Sales Company
Attn: CAIR®Centerp.o. Box 2370 Cleveland, TN 37320-2370 EE.UU
1-800-688-1120
Cuando escribaecerca de un problems de servicio no resuelto, sirvase incluir la siguiente informacibn:
Ca) Su hombre, direcci6n y n_mero telef6nico;
(b) NQmerode rnodelo y nOmerode serie(ubicadosen la esqulnasuperior izquierdade la abertura de la tins) de su apareto;
(c) Nombre y direcci6n de su distribuidory la fecha cuando compr6 eJaparato;
Cd) Una descrip_i6n clara del probtema qua t{ene;
(el Dureza del agua, marca de detergente y centidad, temperature del agea y el ciclo usedo;
(f) Pruebs de compra (el recibio de compra).
Lo que no eat_ cubierto por _etae garantias:
1. Las condicioneso dahos qua sean causeries pot uno de los puntossiguientes:
a. La instalaci6n,el transporteo el reantenimientoincorrectos.
b. Lasrepsraciones,modificaciones,elteracioneso ajustesno autorizadospot elfabricanteo unagentede servicioautorizado.
c. El mal use, maltrato, accidenteso uso irresponsable.
¢L Suminiatro. voltaje o corriente de energia el_ctricaincorrectas.
e. El ajuste incorrecto de alg=Jncontrol.
2. Las garantias quedan anuladassi el nt_merooriginal de modelo y aerie se quite, altere o no se puede determinar ley&ndolo.
3. Losproductoe adquiridos pare uso comerciel o industrial.
4. El costodel servicio o visits a domicilio para:
a. Corregir errorea de instalaci6n.
b. Instruirat usuar_oen _aforint apmp_adade user el producto.
©. Transportar ta unidad al agente de servicio.
5. Da_os emergentes o incidentales causados por alguna persona como resultado de alguna infracci6n a estes garantias.
Algunos estadoa no permiten la exclusibn o la limltacibn de los dafios emergentes o incidentales, de rnodo que la e×ciuai6n anterior puede no aplicarse.
Las gu[as de/ueuario, manuales de servicio y informacidn de plazas estan disponib/es a trav_z de Maytag Appliances Sales Company, Ayuda al Cliente do May
6 917069A
Litho U.
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