Automatic
Dishwashing
Guide
2
Safety Instructions
What Your Dishwasher
Operating
Needs
Instnlctions
4,5
6,7
Proper Loading
SpecialTips
8
Dispensers
9
Important
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Parts of Your Dishwasher
Door I_nels
User Maintenance
Problems
Lnstn_ctions
and Solutions
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Important
WARNING:
Safety Instructions
Please follow basic precautions,
Read all instructions
dishwasher°
including
before using your
the following:
DO NOT touch heating element during or immediately
after use. Allow
time to coo!.
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ONLY use detergents and rinse agents
recommended
for use in a dishwasher,
Load sharp or pointed tableware with
handles
up (points down) to avoid
injury when reaching into dishwasher.
Store detergents and rinse agents in a
cool, dry place OUT OF CHILDREN'S
REACH°
DO NOT tamper
Load sharp items and knives so they
aren't lilely to damage door seal.
with controls°
DO NOT
dishwasher
sit or stand on or abuse
door or dishracks.
DO NOT operate dishwasher unless all
enclosure panels are properly in place.
DO NOT allow children
on dishwashen
CIRCUIT BREAKER
ALWAYS disconnect electrical power to
dishwasher
before attempting to service it,, We recommend
having
a
qualified technician
service your appliance.
When discarding
old dishwasher,
BE
SURE to remove
door to prevent
accidental entrapment.
REMEMBER, use
intended
purpose
DO NOT install
carpeted floor°
dishwasher
only.
for its
This dishwasher
must be properly
installed in accordance with the Installation Instructions
before it is used.
V
the
dishwasher
on
WARNING: Under certain conditions,
hydrogen gas may build up in a hot
water system that has not been used
for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN
GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. To prevent injury
or damage, before using dishwasher,
turn on all hot water faucets and allow
water to run for several minutes. This
will allow gases to escape_ As the gas
is flammable, DO NOT smoke or use
an open
flame or appliance
near
faucets while they are open.
DO NOT wash plastic items unless
marked "Dishwasher
Safe" or equivalent, If unmarked,
check manufacturer's recommendations.
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to play in or
TO AVOID RISK OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK, the dishwasher must be electrically grounded before it is operated°
NOTE: Do not store or use combustible materials, gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance°
If you did not receive an Installation
Instruction
booklet with your dish..
washe_ you can get a copy by cqntac_g
your Sears Service Center.
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Ins!_uctions
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What Your Dishwasher
Needs To Do Its Job
Hot Water
Water supplied
to dishwasher
must be at least 140°E For water temperature
below 140_, the Water Heat option can be used° To prevent dish damage,
incoming
water should not exceed 150_.
• Check the water
thermometer.
temperature
inside your dishwasher
wdth a candy
Let the dishwasher
run through
one fill and pump-out
cycle, then
with water the second time° When you hear the water stop filling,
the door and slowly open it. Remove the silverware basket, place
or meat thermometer
in the water towards the middle of the tub, and
the temperature
of the water in the bottom of the tub°
If the temperature
is less than
140°E, set your water heater's
let it f!tl
unlatch
a candy
measure
thermostat
• Do not operate the dishwasher
during
water, such as for laundry
or bathing°
or right after other heavy
• Use the Water Heat option,
temperature.
to bring water to the proper
if necessary,
or meat
up.
use of hot
washing
Water Pressure
Water supply pressure
must be between 15 and 120 pounds per square inch.
To determine
if you have enough pressure,
put a 1/2 gallon container
under a
fully opened hot water faucet nearest the dishwasher.
If the container
fills in
less than 14 seconds, water pressure is within an acceptable range Be sure all
other faucets are turned off during this test.
Water Conditions
In areas where water is very hard (12 grains or more), it may be necessary
to
install a water softener to assure proper perfo_r.mance from your dishwasher
If you do not know the hardness
of your water supply, contact your local water
department
or bring a sample into your Sears store for testing.
Detergents
Only use detergents labeled
laundry
detergents,
liquid
dishwasher.
Some detergents
than others. Store detergent
for use in automatic
dishwashers.
NEVER use
soaps
or other household
deaners
in your
will be more effective with your water conditions
in a cool, dry place.
Rinse Agents
Rinse agents make water flow off dishes quicker
spotting and makes drying faster, too.
than usual
This lessens
water
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Operating Instructions
Model 14306
SelectorButtons
Door Latch (Locked)
Cycle Indicator
Dial
EI3P
Starting
1. Load
Your Dishwasher
the
dishwasher
(see pages
6 and
7)°
2. Add detergent
(see page 9)°
3. Close the door but do not latch it.
4. If dishwasher drains into a food waste disposer,
operate
disposer
unti! it is empty.
5. Turn on hot water faucet nearest dishwasher
and
let it nm until the water is hot
6. Push selector button for desired cycle_ If you plan
to use the LIGHT WASH cycle, push the NORMAL
WASH button°
7. Slowly tuln the Cycle Indicator
Dial to NORMAL
WASH° Then latch the door to start the dishwasher°
Select the Cycle
POTS PANS Cycle
For heavily soiled dishes and pots
and pans
Cycle Time:
Approx. 97 minutes
Water Usage: Approx, 12,1 gallons
ma _waa.
NORMAL WASH Cycle
For normally soiled dishes,
CycleTime:
Approxo 83minutes
WaterUsage: Approx 1Z1 gallons
LIGHT WASH Cycle
For prerinsed or lightly soiled dishes
and dishes that have been stored.
Cycle Time:
WaterUsage:
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Approxo 75 minutes
Approx, 10,3gallons
RINSE HOLD Cyde
FOr rinsing dishes that wiI1 be washed
later DO NOT USE DETERGENT,
Cyclelime:
Approx, 10minutes
Water Usage: Approxo 3_7 gallons
Select COO1, DRY
no-heat option
Select Options
HOT
DRY
HOT DRY Cycle
Turns the drying heater on for
fast drying.
E]
COOL
COOL DRY Cycle (no-heat drying).. Turns the drying
heater off to save energy. Dishes dry naturally over a
longer period such as overnight
If you need your
dishes sooner, open the dishwasher door after the
How to Add a Dish During a Cycle
Normal Sights & Sounds
* You'l! hear occasional
is running:
, Soft food
disposer
. Drain
valve
• Timer
control
• Detergent
• Pump
• The
while
shredding
opening
your
dishwasher
* Add dishes
out.
. With other wash cycles,
time BEFORE the main
the cycle.
action.
to pump
water
as cycle progresses.
alp
• Here's
opening.
motor
motor
sounds
l_Push
starting_
stops
during
cycle is complete toreduce the natural drying time. Use
of this option reduces the electricalenergyused
by this
model approximately
9% for NORMAL WASH cycle.
how
door
any time
to add
3.Add
• You'll see water vapor coming through
the door latch during drying and when
pumped
out.
dishes
a RINSE
you've
will stop.
the water calms,
Then open
forgotten.
the vents by
water is bein'g
_Energyand Water Saving Tips
Preparing Dishes for Washing
* Wash
° Prerinsing
full loads°
o Use
your
o Use
the
dishwasher
LIGHT
dl_ing
WASH
off-peak
cycle whenever
• Select COOL DRY drying option
need dry dishes in a hurry.
when
° Don't
prerinse
normally
soiled
dishes.
o Load
correctly
to ensure
good
washing
cycle.
dish:
left, Washing
until
HOLD
you can add dishes at any
detergent
wash portion
of
a forgotten
latch to the
2 .Wait a few seconds
the door.
drying.
during
hours°
B
Scrape off bones,
hard soils.
°
Remove hard shelled
lea_- vegetables,
and
grease.
possible°
you don't
action,.
of normal
seeds,
food
skins,
toothpicks
vegetables,
excessive
Remove
discolor
foods with high
stainless
steel°
Remove
large
quantities
soil is not
acid
necessary°
and other
meat trimmings,
amounts
of off or
content--they
can
of any food,
When using the POTS PANS cyde, less preparation
is require& This cycle can wash heavily-soiled
dishes
and remove dried-on
and baked-on
soils from pots,
pans and casseroles_ However,
items with burnedon soils may not come dean.
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How to load your dishwasher
This is a random mixed toad, the most common hjpe you
will have_
Make stzre dishes are properly loaded to insure that
water can reach the soiled surfaces° The wash arm
How to load the TOP RACK
The top rack is best for glasses, cups and saucers.
Cups and glasses fit best along the sides. This is
the place for dishwasher-safe
plastics, too_ Make
sure small plastic items are lodged in tightly so
they can't fall onto the heating unit. Arrange
stemware
so that it cannot move easily. Don t let
the glasses touch each other.
in the bottom sprays water up. The tower that rises
in the center sends water out over the dishes to
wash the items in the upper rack. A spray arm in
the top washes down. Make sure to place tall items
to the outside so the upper wash aim is not blocked_
WATCH OUT FOR THIS.
The wash tower rises through
the center of the
bottom rack during the wash and rinse portions of
the cyde. Don't block it or load tall things next to it,
Also, be careful not to let a portion of an item such
as a pot or dish handle extend through the bottom
rack_ This colfld block the wash arm and cause
poor washing results.
This rack is ideal for dishwasher-safe
plastics.
When loading, place plastic items along the back
and be sure that each plastic tumbler is secured
over two fingers_ This w4II prevent dislodging;
_.mbler _
not fall through rack onto heating
unit°
Saucepans,mixingbowlsandothersmallitems
maybe placed--facedown--in thetop rack. The
top rack is handy
for all kinds
of odd shapes°
Load platters, pots, pans and bowls along the
sides, in comers or in the back. All large items,
such as pitchers, salad bowls, and mixing bowls,
should be washed in the lower rack.
How to load the BOTTOM RACK
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Fit plates and saucers between the pins° Place
items so that water and detergent
from wash arm
can reach soiled surfaces.
Put flatware
in the removable
basket with handles
up to protect your hands. Mix knives, forks and
spoons so they don't nest together_ Distribute
evenly. Small plastic items, such as measuring
spoons and lids from small containers
are not
recommended
for automatic
dishwashingo
If
placed in the dishwasher,
they should go in bottom
of the silverware
basket with silverware on top_
Precaution!
Take out anything
that may fall or extend
the bottom of the basket.
through
Heavily soiled pots, pans and casseroles
loaded in the bottom rack, facing down.
broiler pans and racks along the edge°
MUST be
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Special Tips On Dishwasher
Use
Most utensils and dishware
can be safely washed
dishwasher_
Howevei;
some materials
may require
handling
in your
special
Aluminum:
Some darkening
may take place° Colored
aluminum
may fade_ Do not place aluminum
items directly
in front of detergent
cups where contact with undissolved
detergent
could cause pitting,
spotting
or discoloration
Cast Iron: Cast iron
utensils
should
be handwashe&
China: Antique,
hand-painted
china and
or platinum
rings should be handwashed
those
with
gold
Crystal: Load carefully in upper rack only. To prevent chipping, items should
not touch
Handwash
delicate items.
Select Power Miser drying option to air-dry crystal items
Flatware: Sterling, sflverplate and stainless steel are normally
dishwasher
safe. Flatware
with dark decorative
shading
and/or non-metallic
handles
should be handwashe&
Pewter:
Pewter
handwashed.
or
pewterqike
materials
should
be
Plastic: Plastic items should be p,!aced in upper rack only.
'
"
Wash only t hose 1terns
marked
'Dishwasher
Safe_ /t
Wood:
Wood
items
Glass:
Milk glass
should
should
be handwashed
be handwashedo
Non-Stick
Coatings:
After washing,
wipe the non-stick
coating area with vegetable oil to keep it from losing its nonstick quality.
Non-Dishware
Items:
DO NOT wash
items
such
as elec-
tronic air cleaner filters, furnace filters and paint brushes
in your dishwasher,
Damage to dishwasher
and discoloration or staining of dishwasher
may result°
Detergent Dispenser
You'll find two
your dishwasher
detergent
because
Do not add detergent
Use fresh detergent.
dispensers
on the inside door
some cycles use two washes°
unt!l you are ready
The dispenser
wffi automatically
rect times during
the cycle,
release
to star[
deteigent
of
the .cycle,,
at the corOPEN CUP
Always close the main cup tightly,
you will hear
a clicking
sound.
overtighten,,
Note: Main detergent
cup
may be opened
manually
with no harm,, Turn han'dle
counterclockwise
until it
releases° A snapping
sound
is normal when it opens.,
When it is firmly latched
It is not necessary
to
.MAIN CUP
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Detergent Usage Guide (powder or liquid)
Cycles
Soft Water
(0 to 3 grains)
Moderately'
Hard Water
(4 to 8 grains)
Light Wash
Main Cup
I tablespoon
Main Cup
Half Full
Main Cup
Completely
Full
Water Softener
Recommended
Pots Pans
Normal Wash
Each Cup
I tablespoon
Each Cup
Half Full
Each Cup
Completely
Full
Water Softener
Recommended
No Detergent
No Detergent
Rinse
Hold
Hard Water
(9 to 12 grains)
No Detergent
Very Hard Water
(over 12 grains)
Water Softener
Recommended
Rinse Agent Dispenser
Rinse agents
come
in either liquid or solid
dishwasher
s dispenser
uses the hquid form,
To fill the
• Unscrew
Your
dispenser:
the
cap.,
• Add liquid rinse agent until
the lip inside the dispenser
• Replace
form_
the
it just reaches
opening,.
the bottom
of
cap,
The dispenser
holds 4V2 ounces., This should
months.
Fill as needed,
but do not overfill.
last
about
3
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Important
Upper
Parts of Your Dishwasher
Back
WashTower
Lower Rack
Lower Spray Arm
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Heating Element
........Normal Water Fill Level
Right Side View
Door Latch
Control Panel
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Door Panel
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Access Panel
Front View
Inner Door
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Rinse Agent Dispenser
Changing Color Panels
tf you are redecorating,
you can change your
to match or blend with your new colors_
dishwasher's
front
panels
The panels are held in place by the door trim and the trim on the panel
below the door_ ]Each side of each panel is a different color. Or you can
paint the panels with the color of your own choice,
WARNING:
To prevent electric shock, disconnect
ply to dishwasher
before changing
panels.
How to change door panel:
1. Take out 3 trim screws on either
trim•
2. Slide
out insert
color you
4, Replace
insert
to change
1o Remove
4 panel
2. Remove
entire
3. Take out
4, Slide
want
panel,
lower
sup-
door.. Remove
side
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in front,
side
access
attachment
(Careful--edges
trim
and
may
be sharp.)
screws.
panel:
screws.
(2 above panel,
2 below
the panel°)
panel,
3 screws
out insert
side of dishwasher
power
panel
3, Put the
How
electrical
and
remove
top trims.
panel
5, Put the
color you
want
6, Replace
insert
pane!,
top
7f Replace
entire
panel
and
Do not operate
dishwasher
access panel is removed.
in front_
trim and
screws,
4 attachment
while
screws.
changing
panels
or when
lower
Wood panel trim kit GPF40 contains
trim and instructions
for adding
a decorative wood panel and lower access panel to match kitchen cabinets_
Use the order form on page I7 to order this kit.
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User Mah tenance
Instructions
Careof Surfaces
° Clean control
panel
Do not use abrasives
* Clean outside
use scouring
with lightly dampened
or sharp objects--they
cloth. Dry thoroughly.
could damage
it,
cabinet finish with a good appliance
pads, harsh or ocn-i_/cleaners°
polish
wax. Do not
, Interior is self-cleaning
with normal user If it should ever need cleaning, use a mild cleansing
powder, If hard water causes lime build-up,
clean as follows:
• Pour 2 cups
detergent.
• Operate
white
machine
vinegar
into
on Normal
empty
Wash
dishwasher,.
Do
not
use
cycle.
Care of Air Gap
Drain Air Gap
if an air gap was installed
for your built-in dishwasher,
check
sure it is clean.. Air gaps are usually mounted
on the countertop
be inspected
by removing
the cover. The air gap is not part
dishwasher
and is not covered by Sears warranty.
Protection
against
If dishwasher
, Shut
, Remove
access
. Disconnect
, Remove plastic
any remaining
.Preparation
• Disconnect
• Turn
water
Pump Cover
Screws
electrical
place
during
the
winter
....
power,
panel,
lines
from
chamber
pump
water,
valve,
at rear
Drain
of unit below
cover in tub bottom
lines
to valve
into a flat pan_
and
hoses
filter
and
use
by disconnecting
sponge
to soak up
to pump,
for Moving
electrical
off water
• Tape racks
and
water
* Drain collection
hose to pump.
* Reconnect
Freezh_g
is left in an unheated
off water
to make
and can
of your
supply,
in place;
power,.
disconnect
close
door
• Wrap with blankets,
and if using
side in upright
position
only.
water
securely
a hand
and
drain
and
tape
truck,
lines_
it shut.
lift dishwasher
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Common Dishwashing Problems and Solutions
Problem
Caused
Dishwasher
will not start
Dishwasher
electricity.
by
Solution
not receiving
Unusual
will
water
noise
Dishwasher
leaks
house
fuse or circuit
breaker
Make sure dial is turned
f_flly pushed
in_
far enough
No water supply
Make sure water
valve under
Water inlet valve clogged •
Water valve supply
Clean out,,
Improper
Utensils may not be secure on rack pins, or some_&ng
small may have dropped
from the rack. Water is
causing utensils to rattle° Make sure everything
is
securely placed in dishwasher,
Dia! not in correct
for cycle selected,
Dishwasher
not fill with
Check
position
loading
Dishwasher
not level
Level dishwasher
Instructions°
Too much sudsing
Improper
detergent
supply
and
sink is _rned
line may be clogged
as described
cycle button
is
Ono
-with sediment,
in Installation
Do not place dishwasher
on carpet,
detergent.
Use automatic
dishwasher
only or try a different brand or less detergent.
If hand dishwashing
detergent is used by mistake, pour
one measuring
cup of vegetable off in bottom of tub and
run dishwasher through a complete
Normal Wash cycle
with recommended
amount of automatic
dishwashing
detergent
To remove suds from Dab: Open dishwasher_ Let suds
evaporate_ Add I gallon of cold water to tub. Close and
latch dishwasher
Pump out water by slowly turning
contro! dial until a drain period is reached.
Repeat if
necessary,,
Spilled
rinse
Svflled rinse agent can cause foam during washing,
This can lead to overflowing,
Wipe up accidental
spill
of rinse agent with a dainp cloth.
agent
Detergent cup lid
won't latch after
adding detergent
Cycle Indicator dial not
in OFF position
Cycle Indicator dial must be in OFF position for cup lid
to close and latch properly. If you unlatch the door and
open it to dry. your dishes, the Cycle Indicator
dial does
not advance'to
OFF by itself,
Dishes
Water is not hot
Raise water
Cool Dry option selected
Do not select Cool Dry drying
dry in heated air,
Improper
Load dishes
not dry
loading
Rinse agent
dispenser empty
Fill rinse
heater
thermostat
so items
to t40_E if necessary,
option.
drain properly,
agent dispenser
Allow
dishes
Avoid overloading,
if empty°
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to
next page)
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Common Dishwashing
Problem
Spotting
filming
and
Problems
and Solutions (continued)
Caused by
Solution
Hard water
Fil! detergent
cups to capadty,
Use dishwasher
detergent
with highest available phosphorous
May be necessary
to install a water softener°
contenL
Water is not hot
Raise water
Cool Dry drying
option selected
Drying without heat may cause
select Cool Dry option,
Not enough
or' poor
quality detergent
Use more fresh automatic
dishwasher
detergent,
Use
detergent
with highest available phosphorous
content,
espedally
if you have hard water,
Old detergent
Use only fresh, automatic
dishwasher
detergent, Store
tightly closed in a cool dry place_ Discard old, lumpy or
separated
detergent,
Do not fill detergent
cups until
ready to wash.
No rinse
Fill rinse agent dispenser,
agent
heater
thermostat
To remove
stubborn
1o Remove
all metal utensils
to 140_.
spots and
some
spotting°
Do not
film from glassware:
from the dishwasher.
2o Do not add detergent,
3, Select POTS PANS .cycle,,
4o Start the dishwasher
and allow to run for 18 to 20
minutes° The dishwasher
wil! now be in the main
wash°
5o Then open the door and pour 2 cups (500ml)
white vinegar into bottom of dishwasher°
6. Close the door and allow
to complete
of
the cycle°
If vinegar rinse doesn't work: Repeat as above, except
use 1/4 cup (60ml) of citric add crystals instead of
vinegar, (Most drugstores
carry citric acid crystals).
Etching-permanent
filming
which cannot be
removed
Too much detergent
in soft water
Reduce amount of dishwasher
detergent°
with lower phosphorous
content°
Improper
Make sure dishes and glassware
are loaded properly
to
permit water spray to rinse all surfaces, Do not overload.
Water left in bottom
of tub
Normal amount
loading
of water
It is normal
in bottom
Drain
air gap
for a small amount
water
of tub after each cycle.
Clean the drain
Instructions,,
14
of clean
Use detergent
air gap, See User Maintenance
to remain
Solution
Problem
Caused
Dishes and interior
of dishwasher
Iron or manganese
in water'
brown
by
Install an iron or manganese
supply.
filter in home
water
or yellow
Use fresh, automatic
dishwasher
detergent.
Use
detergent
with highest available phosphorous
content,
especially
if you have hard water° Raise water heater
thermostat
to 140_E if necessary.
Run water at sink until
hot before sta_fing dishwasher..
Remove with
dishwashing
detergent
and warm water.
Film build-up on
lower front of tub
Some detergent
not dissolve
Silverware
Undissolved
detergent
contacting
wet silverware
Avoid spilling dry detergent
with silver polish_
Acidic or salty food soils
Use Rinse Hold cycle. Certain foods left on silverware
for extended
peAods of time may cause pitting_
Silverplate
worn off
exposing base metal--takes
on bronze hue
Remove
on silverplate
Black or _ay
marks on dish
Metal utensils
against dishes
Load metal utensils so they do not rub against dishes..
Marks may be removed
with mild abrasive cleanser
and plastic scouring pad..
Dishware
or broken
Improper
Bronze
stained
tarnish
Dishwasher
chipped
odor
Soiled
did
rubbing
during wash
with silver
pohsho
Replace
Clean
silver.
Do not overloa& Load glasses in upper rack onlyo See
Proper Loading section for tips.
loading
dishes
tarnish
on wet silverware.
held too
long in dishwasher
Use Rinse Hold cycle if dishes will not be washed
end of day.,
Vinyl rack coating
Plastic
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odor will be gone
after several
weeks
use°
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a wood panel trim kit.
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We Service What We Sell
"We Service What We Sel!" is our assurance
you can depend
on Sears
for service. _ and
Sears
service
is nationwide.
Your dishwasher
has
added value when you consider
that Sears has service units nationwide,
staffed with professional
technicians
spedfically
trained on Sears appliances
and having parts, tools and equipment
to insure that we meet our pledge
to youo YWe Service
What
We Se!l."
Sears Maintenance
Agreement
Maintain the value of your Kenmore
dishwasher with a Sears Maintenance
Agreement°
Sears dishwashers
are designed,
manufactured,
and tested
for years
of dependable
operation..
Yet, any rnodern
appliance
may
require
service from time to time.
The Sears Maintenance
Agreement
• Is your way to buy tomorrow's
service
at today's
• Eliminates
repair
bills resulting
from normal
use
• Allows
for as many service
calls as required.
• Provides
for service
by professional
Sears-trained
• Offers an annual
preventive
maintenance
check-up
This maintenance
tion, or damage
theft, fire, flood,
tion, etc.
Sears Dishwasher
Warranty
Full One-Year Warranty
Full Ten-Year Warranty Against
For ten years from the first
the tub or inner door panel
tub or inner
door panel.
day
due
is subjected
Warranty
service is available
United
States
This warranty
This warranty
_ves
on Dishwasher
Sears
Leaks
will
repair,
than
private
free
of charge,
defects
in material
in the Tub and Inner Door Panel
of use in your home,
if a leak
to cracking, chipping,
or peeling,
to other
family
use,
should
Sears
the
occur as a result
of failure of
will replace,
free of charge,
the
above
warranty
coverage
is effective
by contacting the NEAREST
SEARS SERVICE CENTER/DEPARTMENT
applies
only while this product
is in use in the United
States_
you specific
SEARS,
technidanso
at your request°
agreement
does not cover original installation,
reinstallaresulting
from external
causes
such as acts of abuse,
wind,
lightning,
freezing,
power failure, power reduc-
For one year from the first day of use in your home,
or workmanship
which
appear
in this dishwasher.
If the dishwasher
for only 90 days.
price°
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and
you may also have
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