wvvvv.GEAppliances.com Safety Instructions Operating ........ 2, 3 Instructions GSD4800J Care and Cleaning ........... Control Panels ............... Control Settings Flashing Display ............. Using the Dishwasher Troubleshooting ........ Tips Consumer Support Consumer Support... _'arrantv .................. (;SD4 300 Series 6 .......... Accessories Series 5 Lights Loading the Dishwasher Racks Optional 10 4 8, 9 ......... 11 ....... 6, 7 .... 12, 13 Back Co_er 15 Write the model and serial numbers here: Model # Serial # You can lind them on a label on the tub walljust inside the doox_. 165D4700P307 49-5083 01-05 JR IMPORTANTSAFETYINFORMATION. READALLINSTRUCTIONSBEFOREUSING. A WARNING! Foryour safety,the informationin this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion, electric shock, or to prevent propertydamage, personal injury,or death. WATERHEATER SAFETY Under certain conditions hydrogen gas may be produced for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot water has not been used for two weeks or ii_iury by turning on all hot water fimcets and allow using any electrical appliance which is connected to will allow any btfilt-up hydrogen gas to escape. Since open flanle or appliance during this process. in a water heater that has not been used more, prevent the possibility of damage or them to Hm for several minutes. Do this before the hot water system. This simple procedm'e the gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an Use this appfiance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner's Manual. PROPER INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE This dishwasher must be properly installed and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions before it is used. If you did not receive an Instaflafion Instructions sheet with your dishwasher, you can receive one by visiting our website at GEAppliances.com. • Connect to a grotmded metal, pemmnent wiring system; or mn an equipment-gromMing conductor with the circuit conductoi_ and connect to the equipment-gromMing or lead of the appliance. • Do temfinal rated at least not attempt to repair or replace any part of yore" dishwasher tmless it is specifically recommended in this manual. M1 other • Imi)roper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are in doubt whether the api)liance is properly grotmded. • Use sui)pl ) conductors (167°F), and ,shilI))im*_. • Dispose of discarded appliances or I)acking, material properl). servicing technician. should be referred to a qualified • To minimize the possibiliD' ot electric shock, discom_ect this appliance fl'om the power supply before attempting any maintenance. /VOTE."Turning the dishwasher off does not discom_ect the appliance ti'om the power sui)ply. We recommend having a qualified technidan service w_m" appliance. 75°C WARNING! DONOT... • Do not tamper • Do not ab/Ise, sit on, or stand dish rack of the dishwasher. • Do not discard removing • Do not gasoline the store a dishwasher door on the without ot the washing or use combustible or other the vicini_,' • Do not allow children to pla? arotmd dishwasher when oi)ening, or closim,_ door due to the possibility of small finge_ being pinched in door. xfith controls. flammable of this or any other door or • Do not fi_t compartment. materials, wq)m_ and appliance. liquids allow this appliance in children or am' to play with, discarded on appliance. or arotmd GEAppliances.com _, WARNING!RISK OFCHILDENTRAPMENT PROPER DISPOSAL OFTHEDISHWASHER or abandoned Junked dangerous...even days." dishwashers if they If wm are dishwasher; getting please to hel I) prevent will rid tollow are sit for of wmr tile 'ijust a ti_w old instructions below accidents. Before You Throw Away Your Old Dishwasher: • Take off tile door COllll)artii/ent keeper of tile washing or relllOVe tile door latch (as shown). Door latch keeper WHENUSINGYOURDISHWASHER • Use only or rinse dishwasher powder; agents and of children. and detergents tor/lse kee I) them ot/t ® Automatic and Ai_ "_rinse in all liquid Cascade ®, Cascade Electrasol Detergents, tabs, recoi//ii/ended • plastic dishwasher-safe or reach plastic items not so marked, check Ilia n tI[_1ct tlI'eI"S recoil] i/lendations. the Non-Dishware items ® Complete Dishwashing Jet-DrlF agents have GE dishwashers. of the wash in a and been • Cascade Rinse approved fl)r Do not and paint or staining Do not touch immediately • Do not • operate Close i,oad are supervision is used light, plastic dislodged of the dishwasher--they contact with the result. element dm'ing tmless properly is necessa_ T if this children. heating or all in place. bv or near and filters discoloration dishwasher items become such fiu'nace may heating use. yore" panels appliance • the after For dishwasher. and of dishwasher • marked wash filters, in yam" to dishwasher enclosure m m Do not cleaner brushes Damage • Using a detergent that is not specifically designed for dishwashers will cause the dishwasher to fill with suds. air tmless equiwdent. Items: as electronic use items the so they drop will to the might element not bottom come and into be damaged. • I,ocate sharp items so that to damage the door seal. they are not likely • I,oad sharp knives with tile handles reduce tile risk of cut-Upe iqjuries. up to READAND FOLLOWTHISSAFETYINFORMATION CAREFULLY. SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS 3 About the dishwasher controlpanel You can locate your model number on the tub wall just inside the door. Throughout this manual, features and appearance may vary from your model. CYCLE SELECTIONS OPTIONS CLEAN , 0 ' I_._ll.,_o_l[.,_o_lr._EOl III ' I[c,l' ' ' ' f ' lf_°l ® I_1 ' LIG.Tc.i,A _ _ /_"//°"Y I/'_ _,OE_, I/"0°_1 / ,ocK t/OELAY I tl 0 Cycle Chart 4 Model Cycle GSD4300and GSD4800Series Pots & Pans Normal Wash Light Wash China Crystal Rinse Only I Water Usage (gal.) CycleTime (min.) 11.5 7.0 8.2 8.2 1.6 66 58 52 36 4 GEAppliances.com ControlSettings O Cycle Selections The light above the selected pad will be ONto indicate which CYCLESELECTIONhas been selected. POTS& PANS Forheavilysoiled dishesor cookwarewith dried-onor baked-onsoils.Everydaydishes may be included. This cyclewill net removeburned-onfoods. NORMAL Forloadsof everydaydishes,glassesand cookwarewith mediumsoils. NOTE:Manydishes havelighter soil than normal.Choosinga cycle other than NORMAL will save energyand water. LIGHTWASH Fordisheswith light soils. CHINA CRYSTALForlightly soiled chinaand crystal. RINSE ONLY Forrinsing partial loadsthat will bewashed later. Do not use detergenL O Options Thelight above the selected pad will be ON to indicate which OPTIONhas been selected. HI TEMP Turnson the heater inall postrinseandfinal rinse cyclesto help preventspottingon dishware.This option maybe turned RINSE ONor OFFdudngthe wash cycle. HI TEMP Energizesthe heaterto boost water temperaturein all prewashand main washfill cycles.Recommendedfor usewith WASH heavilysoiled dishes.Optionmay be turned ONer OFFduringthe wash cycle. HEATEDDRY Shutsoff the drying heatoption. Dishesair drynaturallyand energyis saved.Youcan propthe door openafter the OFF CLEANlightilluminates. HEATEDDRY Turnsthe heater onfor fast drying. This cyclewill extendthe time to yourwash cycle by30 minutes. ON NOTE:Cannotbe selectedwith RINSEONLYcycle. LOCK WhentheLOCKpadis touchedtwice within3 seconds,all padsbecomeinoperative.Youcan bck tile controlsto preveotany selectionsfrombeingrnadeOryeacaoloci(thecoatrobafteryeahavestarteda cycleor selectedDELAYSTARTsotile cycleor DELAYSTARTis not interrupteo( Children cannot accidentally start dishwasher by touchhTgpads with this option selected. Tounlocktile dishwasherafter it has beenlocked,touchthe LOCKpadtwice within 3 seconds.ThelightabovetheLOCKpadwill turn off. DELAYHOURS Youcan delaythe start of a washcycle for up to 8 hours.Pressthe DELAYHOURSpadto choosethe numberof hours you want to delaythe startof the cycle,thenpressSTART/RESETThemachinewill count downandstartautomaticallyat the correcttime. PressingSTART/RESETa second time will cancel the DELAYHOURSselection. NOTE:if you forget to fully closetile door,a remindersignal will beepuntil you do so. RESET Tochangea cycleafter washing starts,touch the START/RESETpadto cancel the cycle. After water is pumpedout and the motor stops,you can repregramand restart the dishwasher.Thiswill take approximately90 seconds. O Start Close and latch approximately the door. 60 seconds NOTE: The dishwasher "_ hen the dishwasher lights, will be ON and If you don't the cycle. Touch later the the START/RESETpad wash action to begin the c_('le. Water fill begins rememl)ers veto" last c}cle so you don't haxe to rei)rogram, each time. is loaded and the door latch is in the locked position, the control panel display the last ,settin-s_, _()u, selected. want to chan*,eo am, of the settings,, simply, touch the START/RESETpad to beoin Also, if a power failm'e occm's, NORMAL "and HEATED DRYwill automatically be I)r°grammed, Make am new selections and touch the START/RESETpad to beoin_ the c_cle. O Clean This",;lwht "_ opened. ]"s illuminated and 1)egins. when a wash cycle is complete. The light will stay ONtmtil the door is . Flashingdisplaylights. Lights What It Means What ToDo This is nomml. _Mlowthe dishwasher to drain and reset befin'e xou start a new wash cxcle. The START/RESETpad has been pressed. Z Control Error Press the START/RESETpad to turn off the beepex: to flash, call for serxice. Control Error Press CLEAN If the CLEAN light continues PLUSA BEEPING SOUND the attempt service. START/RESETpad to to reset. Then turn restart off the the wash beeper cycle. and the If this error dishwasher continues, will call fin. PLUSA BEEPING SOUND Usingthe dishwasher. Checkthe Water Temperature The entering _ter must be at least 120°F and not more than 150°F fin" effective cleaning and to prevent dish damage. Check the _ter temperature with a candy or meat thermometer; Turn on the hot _:_ter fhucet nearest the dish_:_shex; place the them_ometer in a glass and let the _ter run continuously into the glass until the temperature stops rising. UseJet-Dry* or CascadeRinseAid* RinseAgent Jet-Dry _ or Cascade Rinse Aid *_rinse agent removes glasses, flatware, cookware and plastic. spots and prevents Filling the Dispenser Fill the rinse agent dispenser until it reaches the bottom of lip inside the opening. Replace cap. To check it rinse agent is needed: On some models, dispense_: remove the cap and look into the On some models, press the clear center oI the fill cap 2 or 3 times. If rinse agent fills the center of the cap, w)u have enough. A full dispenser should last about one month. ff rinse agent spills, wipe up the excess. new fihn buildu I) on your dishes, GEAppl_nce_com UsingtheDishwasherDoor The door tit ust be closed and locked into place to select If the door is opened during a c}cle and left open, door is closed and latched ii_to [)lace. LOADSELECTION or a the dishwasher will beep once an OPTION. every minute until the ProperUseof Detergent Use only detergent specifically made fi)r use in dishwashers. Cascade®,Cascade® Completeand ElectrasoF Automatic Dishw:lshing Detergents have beet) approved fin" use in all GE distm;tshers. Kee t) your detergent fl'esh and dry Don't put powder demrgent into the dispenser until you're ready to wash dishes. The amom)t whether w)u need need water extra to use depends on hard or seCt._]tl/ is detergent. _,\]th soft DO NOT USEHAND DISH DETERGENT hard water; water; you less detergent. Promct your (ff detergent your NOTE: To open detergent cup alter it has been closed, unlatch the door: Press the START/RESET pad three times within two seconds and the detergent cup will release. A snapping sound may be heard. umr water dishes and dishwasher departlnei)t and by contacting asking how hard _mr water is. Twelve or more grains is extremely hard wateI: A water softei)er is recommei)ded. _.*(ithottt it, lime can stick while build up in the open and sott cause _ter wamr \:five, flooding. detergent with cloudiness ot glassware, You'll find two detergent dispensers door of yore" dishwasher All wash RINSEONL_require Wash cup. cycles wifll _\%en tabs, simply close. can cattse which Too could much NOTE:Usinga detergentthatis notspecificallydesigned for dishwashers will causethedishwasherto fill with suds. Duringoperation,thesesudswill spilloutof thedishwasher vents,covenhgthekitchenfloorandmakingthe floorwe_ a pemmnent etching. called detergent on tile in tile main t\_o washes will also use the using automatic dishwashing place one tab in tile inside cycles--except main cup. Because open store fl'om detergent cup so many use the dishwasher where it is stored. and detergent coi)tniners tile dishwasher detergent all other cleaners. Show the correct look alike, in a separate space anume who may detergent and _4]/ile there will be no lasting damage to tile dishwasher; yore" dishes will not get clean using a dishwashing detergent that is not t0mmlated to work with dishwashers. Forget toAdd a Dish? A tbtgottei) _Push _Once _Add _ dish can be added mw time heft)re tile main wash. the door latch to the left, tile water calms, open flngotten tile (loot: Steam may rise out of tile dishwasher: dishes. Close tile door and push tile latch to tile flu" fight. Loadingthe dishwasher racks. For best dishwashing results, may vary from your model. follow these loading guidelines. Features and appearance of racks and silverware baskets Upper Rack The upper rack is fin" glasses, cups and sauce_s. Cups and glasses lit best along the sides. This is also a secure place fin" dishwashe_safe plastics. The uI)per rack is good fin" all kinds of odd-shaped utensils. Saucepans, mixing bowls and other items should be placed ti_ce down. The cup shelf (on some models) flexibilitx: may be placed in the up or down position to add Securelargerdishwasher-safe plasticsovertwo tineswhenpossible. Makesuresmaflplasticitemsare secureso theycan't failontotheheatinge/emenL Checktomakesurethattaftitemswff/not blocktherotationof thetop washarm. 'J/ F- The Wash Tower Keep the center area clear in the lower rac£ The wash tower rises through the center wash and rinse portions of the cycle. of the lower rack dm'ing the Don't block or load tall things next to the Wash Tower Mso, be careflfl not to let a portion of an item such as a pot or dish handle extend through the bottom rack. This could block the wash ann and catLse poor washing results. Lower Rack When loading the lower rack, do not load large platters or trays in the front right comer Theymay prevent detergent from ckculating during the wash cycle. Tile lower rack is best used fl)r such as broiler pans and racks pots and bowls along the sides, of items shotfld tace the center plates, saucers and cookware, i,arge items shotfld go along the sides, i,oad platters, in corners, or in the back. The soiled side of the rack. GEAppliance_com Silverware Basket Put flatware in the remo\;d)le basket with fork and knife handles up to protect w)ur hands. Place spoons in the basket with handles down. Mix knives, lOrEs and spoons so they don't nest together. Distribute evenly. Small plastic items, such as measuring spoons and lids fl'om small containe_, should go in the bottom of the silverware basket with silverware on top. Don't let any item extend through bottom. Single basket Caringfor the dishwasher. To clean the control panel use a lightly dampened cloth then dry thoroughly. To clean the exterior use a good appliance polish. Never use sharp object, scouring pads or harsh cleaners on any part of the dishwasher. Protect Against Freezing If _our dishwasher is left in an unheated during tile winter, ask a set\ice place technician to: (',/it off electrical power to tile dishwasher, Remo_e fl/ses or trip circuit breaker; Sulepcoverscrews Turn off tile water ............................ the water inlet line supply and disconnect fl"0 m the water ,_¢- xalxe, : Drain xalxe. water froin (Use a pan tile inlet line and water to catch tile water;) P.econnect tile water water _lx e. Reinoxe tile plastic ::::::::::::bottoil/}lIld rise in tile rubber inlet suinp a sponge line to tile coxer to in tile soak tip tub water boot. Does YourDishwasher Have an Air Gap? An air gap water Tile protects backing your up into air gap is not dishwasher it if a drain a part _ff tile against The a# gap is easy to clean. clogs. Turn dishwasher: ch It is not plumbing not have Checkthe airgap anytime your dishwasherisn'tdraZniw well 10 covered codes ()lie. by your warrant},. Not require air gaps, so wm I'OlIle off tile dishwasher and lilt off tile and clean co_,eI; all may Unscrew tile plastic ................. a t O0 thpick. cap with About optional accessories. GEAppliances.com You can change the door and lower access panel appearance of your dishwasher by ordering one of these optional accessories: :_ 1/4" Wood Panel Trim Kit These accessories are available at extra cost (VISA, MasterCard or Discover cards accepted) by calling 800.626.2002. Specify accessory number when ordering. :_3/4" Trimless Wood Panel Kit Descriptionsof OptionalAccessories Wood panel trim kit--This accessox_' contains trim and instructionsfi,r you to supply and install a 1/4" thick access panel: decorative wood GPF425B(Black) GPF425W(White) door and lower GPF425C(Bisque) NOTE." The GPFIO0dishwasherdoor spring kit Ill tlSt alSObe ordered and installed when the door panel weighs 4 Ibs.or more. Trimless wood panel kit--This accesser} contains parts and instructionsfin-you to supply and install a 3/4" thick decorative wood door and lower access panel: GPF475 NOTE:The GPFIO0dishwasherdoor spring kit will be included with the trimless wood panel kit and IlltlSt be installed with it. About rack accessories. Baby Bottle Holder Part Number: WX69X200 Preventsmovementof baby bottles during the dishwasher cycle Snaps easily onto any dishwasher upper rack Eliminateshand washing For best results, the Baby Bottle Holder should be installed Youcan order a package of 5 BabyBottle Holders, at extra cost, by calling 800.626.2002, orthrough the Intemet at GEAppliances.com(Visa,MasterCard or Discover cards accepted). Fits all babybottles on the upper rack of the dishwashe_ 11 Before you call for service... Troubleshooting -tips Save time and money! Review the charts on the following pages, or visit GEAppliances.com. You may not need to call for service. Problem Possible Causes What To Do Time too long between touching of selected pads • Each pad must be touched within 30 seconds ot tile othe_. touch any pad again, or unlock and relatch tile doox: Controlpanel responded to inputs, hut dishwasher never filled with water Door latch may not be properly seated • Call flw service. Dishwasher Fuse is blown, circuit breaker • Replace tuse or reset circuit breaker. Remove fl'om tile circuit. • T_T resetting tile START/RESETpad. Controlpanel lights go off when you're setting controls won't run Noise or the tripped Some of the sounds you'll hear are normal any other To relight, appliances • Soft food disposal shredding action. • Drain \:dye opening to pump water out. • Timer control as cycle progresses. • Detergent cup opening. • Tile motor stopping during tile drying period. • xAhmr draining out of tile till) immediately START/RESETpad. tile Utensdls axe not secure ha the rack or something small has &copped into the rack • Make sure eve_Tthing Motor • Dishwasher has not been used on a regular basis. If you do not use wmr dishwasher otten, set it to fill and puln I) out once eve_ y week. _Fhis will hel I) kee I) tile seal moist and tile garbage disposer clear. hums is secured alter vou touch in dishwasher: Water standing in the bottom of the tub This is normal • A small amount of clean water arotlnd tile outlet on tile till) bottom at tile back of tile tub keeps tile water seal hfl)ricated. Water won'tpump Drain is dogged • If w_u have an air gap, clean out of the tub • Check to see if your kitchen a l)lumbe_: • If tile dishwasher Suds in the tub Stained tub interior Dishes don't dry _2 drains it. sink is draining well. If not, you may need into a (lispose_; run disposer clear. Correct detergent wasn't used • Use only automatic dishwasher detergents to avoid sudsing. Cascade_, Cascade_ Complete and Electrasol®Atltoulatic Dishwashing Detexgents have been approved t0r use in all GE dishwashex_. • To remove suds ti'oul tile tub, open the dishwasher and let stlds e\_q)orate. Add 1 gallon of cold water to tile till). Close and latch tile dishwasher: Pump out water by pressing tile START/RESETpad; then immediately press tile START/RESETpad again. Repeat if necessary. Rinse agent was spilled • Mwavs wipe up rinse agent spills immediately: Detergent with colormat was used • genie detergents contain colorant (pigment or dyes) that will discolor the tub interior with extended use. Check the detergent cup tot signs of any discoloration. If cup is discolored, change to detergent without any coh)rant. Cascade_, Cascade_ Complete and ElectrasoF Autolnatic Dishwashing Detergents have been approved tot use in all GE dishwashe_. Some tomato-based foods cma staka • Use (ff tile RINSE ONLYcycle (on some models) atter adding tile dish to the load can decrease' the level ot staining. GE recommends Cascade_ Plastic BoosteF to hel I) remove these types of stains. Low inlet water • Make sure inlet water temperattu'e temperature • Select HI TEMP RINSE and/or Rinse agent dispenser is empty • Check tile IJnse agent is correct. HEATED DRY dispensei: GEAppliances.com Problem Possible Causes What ToDo Dishes and flatware not clean h_let water temperature is bdow 120°F • Raise the water heater • Use HI TEMP WASH. Water pressure is temporarily low • Air gap is dogged • Clean Improper rack loading • Make sure large dishware wash _1II11S, Extremely hard Spotsand filming onglassesand flatware Low hllet water the Improper Old TIIFU oU a taucet. Is water ('Oil/lug ()/It uloI'e slowly than usual? If so, wait until l)ressure is iaolmal before using your dishwashei: the air gap. does not block file demrgent dispenser or file 2 Do not add detergent. 3 Select tile hmgest loadhlg or dmnp to 120°F. • Use aet-Drl_ or Cascade Rinse Aid _ rinse agent to remove spots and prevent new fihn buildul). • To remove stubborn spots and pre-existing fihn fl'om glassware: t Remove all metal utensils fl'om the dishwasher: water temperature Overloading dishwasher temperature cycle. 4 Start tile dishwasher and allow to mn fi)r 18 to 22 minutes. Dishwasher will now be in tile main _v:lsl/. powder detergent Rinse agent Open tile door and pour bottom _fftile dishwasher: dispenser 2 cups (500 ml) of white \inegm" into tile empty Too little Cloudiness on glassware Yellow orhrown on tub film Close tile door and allow to complete tile cycle. If vinegar rinse (h)esn't work: Repeat as above, except u_ 1/4 cup (60 ml) of dtfic acid crystals instead of vinegm: detergent Combination of soft water mid too much detergent • This is called etching and is pemmnent. To prevent this from hal)pening, use less detergent if um have soft water: Wash glassware tile shortest cycle that will get them clean. Water temperature entering the dishwasher exceeds 150°F • I,ower Tea or coffee • Remove tile stain by hand, 3 cups wmm water: stains tile water heater in temperatm'e. using a solution of 1/2 cup bleach and A WARNING Before cleaning heating element An overall yellow or brown fihn can be caused by iron in water Whitefilm on inside surfaces Haacd water • A special problem. interim; wait at least 20 minutes after a cycle fin" tile to cool down. Failm'e to (h) so can result in bm'ns. filter in tile water SUl)ply line is tile Contact a water softener company. onh' way to correct this deposits minerals • GE recommends Jet-Dry _ or Cascade Rinse Aid _ to hel I) remove some hard water mineral stains. • For extreme staining, clean tile interior by applying dishwasher detergent to a damp sponge. _4'ear rubber gloves. Do not use Guy type of cleaner other than those recommeuded or hand dishwashing (lete_gent because it may cause foaming or sudsing. Cascade s, Cascades Complete and ElectrasoF Dishwashing Detergents haxe been approved fin" use in ;111(;E dishwashe_. Detergent left in dispenser cups Dishes axe blocking detergent cups the • ]lel)osifion the dishes. Steam This is normal • Steaul comes through tile veut bv tile door latch when water is being i)umped out. Black orgray marks on dishes Aluminum utellsils have rubbed against dishes • Reulove inarks with a mild, abrasive dining d_ying and cleanen /3 Notes_ €_ Q_ q --o m_ m Q_ €_ 14 GEDishwasher Warranty. Aft warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers, or an authorized Customer Care® technician. Toschedule service, on-line, 24 hours a day, vis# us at GEAppliances.com, or carl 800.GE.CARES(800.432.2737). For The Period Of." Staple your receipt here. Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain service under the warranty GE Will Replace: One Year Anypart From the date of the originalpurchase this Second Anypart of the to replace Year From the date of the originalpurchase dishwasher full one-year the defecti\'e of the _xwkmanship. Dining service Five Years From the date of the originalpurchase Water inlet The PennaTul free which drain During service in materials or wm'kmanshii). of charge,all limitedwarranty,you will tifil due warranty, you lim#ed fifils due plmnlfing will this full warranty, to replace the detective parts labor to a (lefect are not During and in-home to a deii_ct water GE will also due in materials covered be responsible service fi)r any labor warranty. or in-home or wor!unanship. for any labor to a detect provide, or by this in materials be responsible _ tub er deer liner, if it tifils to contnin workmanship. in-home and control module, if it should this five-year costs. to a (lefect also provide, Distribution System _ssociated The electronic fifils due will part, this second-year costs. Dining service TenYears From the date of the originalpurchase which warranty,GE or in-home in materials free efcharge, all labor or and part. What Is Not Covered: • Service trips to your home to teach you how to use • Dmnage to the product or acts of God. the product. • hnproper • Failure other h_staJlation, of the product than the intended • Replacement breakers. of house delivery or maJntenm_ce. if it is abused, purpose fuses misused, or used or resetting • Incidental or used commerciaJly. for defects caused or consequentiaJ with by accident, dmnage caused fire, floods by possible this applimace. • Clem_hlg or servicing dxahl line. of the air gap • Dmnage delivery. device in the of circuit caused after This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA. In Alaska, the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home. Some states do not aflow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. 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