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USE AND CARE GUIDE
GUIDE D’UTILISATION ET D’ENTRETIEN
GUIA DE USO Y CUIDADO
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Finding Information
Ta b l e o f c o n t e n t s
Finding Information ............................................. 2
Important Safety Instructions............................. 3
Feature Overview................................................. 4
Operating Instructions ..................................... 5-9
Preparing & Loading Dishes ....................... 10-14
Dishwasher Dispenser & Detergents.......... 15-17
Care & Cleaning ................................................. 18
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Important Safety Instructions
WARNING
When using your dishwasher, follow basic
precautions, including the following:
For your Safety
•
Use your dishwasher only as instructed in
this Use and Care Manual.
•
This Manual does not cover every possible
condition and situation that may occur. Use
common sense and caution when installing,
operating and maintaining any appliance.
•
NSF certified residential dishwashers are not
intended for licensed food establishments.
•
DISHWASHER MUST BE ELECTRICALLY
GROUNDED. This appliance must be
connected to a ground metal, permanent
wiring system, or an equipmentgrounding conductor must be run with the
circuit conductors and connected to the
equipment-grounding terminal or lead on this
appliance. Read the Installation Instructions
for details.
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This dishwasher is designed to operate on
regular house current (120V, 60Hz). Use
a circuit equipped with a 15 ampere fuse
or circuit breaker. Use a 20 ampere fuse
if dishwasher is connected with a food
disposer.
• When loading items to be washed:
-Locate sharp items and knives so that
they are not likely to damage the door
seal or tub.
-Load sharp items and knives with
the handles up to reduce the risk of cuttype injuries.
• Do not tamper with controls.
• Use care unloading the dishware when
the SANITIZE option has been selected.
Contents may be hot to the touch
immediately after the end of cycle.
• Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may
be produced in a hot water system that
has not been used for 2 weeks or more.
HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If hot
water system has not been used for such a
period, before using dishwasher, turn on all
hot water faucets and let water flow from
each for several minutes. This will release
any accumulated hydrogen gas. HYDROGEN
GAS IS FLAMMABLE. Do not smoke or use
an open flame during this time.
• Do not store or use combustible materials,
gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
•
Do not operate dishwasher unless all
enclosure panels are in their proper place.
• Disconnect electrical power to dishwasher
before servicing.
•
Keep young children and infants away from
dishwasher when it is operating.
• Repairs should be done by a qualified
technician.
•
To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow
children to play in or on the dishwasher.
•
Do not let children abuse, sit, stand or play
on door or racks of a dishwasher.
• To avoid entrapment and/or suffocation,
remove door or door latch mechanism from
any dishwasher that is discarded or not in
use.
•
Use only detergents and rinse agents
recommended for use in a dishwasher.
•
Store dishwasher detergent and rinse agents
out of the reach of children.
•
If the dishwasher drains into a food disposer,
make sure disposer is completely empty
before running dishwasher.
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Do not wash plastic items unless marked:
“Dishwasher Safe” or equivalent. Check
with manufacturer for recommendations,
if not marked. Items that are not marked
dishwasher safe may melt and create a
potential fire hazard.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or
injury when using your dishwasher, follow the
above basic precautions.
WARNING
This symbol will help alert you to such
dangers as personal injury, burns, fire and
electrical shock.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Feature Overview
How your dishwasher cleans
Your dishwasher cleans by spraying a mixture of hot water and detergent through the spray arms against
soiled surfaces. First, the dishwasher drains for a few seconds to remove soils dropped while loading,
then fills with water covering the filter area. Water is then pumped through the spray arms. Soil particles
go through and across the filter and down the drain as the water is pumped out. This series of steps are
repeated as needed. The number of water fills varies with the cycle being used.
Upper Spray Arm
Cutlery Tray
Adjustable Rack
Mechanism
Tub Gasket
Cup Shelves
Upper Rack
Flex Wash
Soft Grip Rack
Interior Light
Middle Spray
Arm
Silverware Basket
Stemware
Holder
Bottom Rack
Lower Spray
Arm
Filters
Detergent
Dispenser
Serial Label
(located on right
side of door)
Rinse Aid
Dispenser
Getting Started
To run your dishwasher, follow these basic steps:
1. Load Dishwasher (See Preparing and Loading
Dishes).
2. Add detergent (See Dishwasher Dispenser &
Detergents).
3. Add Rinse Aid, if needed (See Rinse Aid).
4. Run hot water faucet nearest dishwasher until
water is hot. Turn water off.
5. Select desired CYCLE (See Cycle Selections
Chart).
6. Select desired OPTION (See Energy Option
Selection).
7. To start, press START pad and close door
immediately.
NOTE
Racks and Features in your dishwasher model
may vary in appearance from illustrations in this
manual
Operating Instructions
Energy Use
Normal Operating Sounds
The yellow energy guide label that came on your
unit tells how much energy it would use in one year
and how it compares to others that are available.
The energy is based on the Normal cycles
response to tests that apply soils and dishware that
simulate the average use. Eight place settings of
dishware and some serving pieces are used during
the test. The total energy is based on running
the average number of cycles per year, applying
typical soil levels to the dishware and half the time,
selecting the option of using extra energy to more
fully dry the dishware. Actual energy and water use
will depend upon the cycle and options you select.
Your dishwasher uses energy efficient motors
for the wash and drain portions of the cycle you
select. Each cycle has a series of water fills and
drains for washing and rinsing dishes. As each
cycle begins, you may or may not hear the drain
motor. You may also hear the splashing of water as
it enters the tub and the spray arms as they rotate
and circulate water. The wash motor often pulsates
throughout the cycle, which varies water pressure
and optimizes performance.
This unit uses an in-line water heating element
that is located under the tub. There is no exposed
heater that plasticware might come in contact
with or that is accessible to touch. The heat is
taken to the dishware through the heated water.
For this reason, plastic dishware may be placed
where it best fits in either the top or bottom
rack. Temperatures are uniform throughout the
dishwasher.
If the user prefers to save energy and dry the
dishes by hand they select air dry instead of
heated dry. Air dry is still an option. If you prefer to
spend slightly more energy to get the dishes drier
then turn the air dry option off. In response the
wash and rinse temperatures in the cycle will be
increased.
This will help the cleaning and it will also get the
dishwasher hotter. When the final drain removes
all standing water, the extra heat stored in the
dishware will act to evaporate the remaining water.
Your unit provides a selection of cycles. In general,
the more water used by a cycle and the hotter the
temperatures it reaches the more energy that it
uses. Several cycles, such as the Normal cycle will
change their response based on soil level, options
selected, and ambient conditions. The Normal
cycle is good for all around use. Other cycles are
focused toward special use like the Heavy cycle
that is designed for heavily solid cookware.
Normal Operating Lights
Your dishwasher pad lights when either the Cycle
or Option desired is selected. All cycle and option
pads have a white back light when the pads are
deselected and turn blue when selected. In Delay
selection and Rinse Aid setting, the deselected
pads are turned off.
NOTE
Your unit has DishSenseTM Technology that
is used to understand how heavily soiled the
dish load is so the cycle can be automatically
adjusted to the appropriate response. This
helps to prevent energy waste. The sensor is
calibrated at the end of the cycle. For the first
cycle after power is applied (when first installed
or after a power failure) the sensor will not be
calibrated and so cannot determine the soil
load. Therefore, your unit will provide a response
suitable for heavy soils on the first run after power
is restored. This will assure that whatever is
loaded will be cleaned. Energy use during this
first run may be higher than would be typical.
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Operating Instructions
Wa s h C y c l e S e l e c t i o n s
Eco
Cycle times are approximate and vary by options
selected. Hot water is necessary to activate
dishwasher detergent and melt fatty food soils.
An automatic sensor checks the water temperature
for the main wash of each cycle. When HI-TEMP
is selected, the sensor checks for an even higher
temperature. Run hot water in a faucet nearest the
dishwasher until water is hot before starting.
Cycle Selections
The Smart Sensor checks the soil level on your
dishes in the Auto, Normal and Eco cycles. Cycle
time and water usage will vary based on the
amount of soil on the dishes.
Auto
The dishwasher’s Smart Sensor technology will
determine the type of cycle required to clean the
dishes and will clean more efficiently every time.
When a partial load of lightly soiled dishes are
placed in the unit, a wash cycle similar to a short
wash will automatically be performed. When a full
load of heavily solid dishes are placed in the unit, a
heavy wash cycle will automatically be performed.
Water usage ranges from approximately 3.0 to 7.4
gallons. Wash time ranges from approximately 118
to 200 mins.
Heavy
For pots, pans, casserole dishes and dinnerware
with dried-on or baked-on soils. Water usage
ranges from approximately 7.1 to 8.1 gallons.
Wash time ranges from approximately 129 to 189
mins.
For lightly soiled and pre-rinsed dishes
and silverware. Water usage ranges from
approximately 4.3 to 7.7 gallons. Wash time ranges
from approximately 86 to 93 mins.
Rinse
For rinsing dishes that will be washed later. Water
usage is approximately 2.2 gallons. Cycle time is
approximately 15 mins.
Favorite
This cycle allows you to program your preferred
cycle and options into one button. To program
this cycle: select the cycle and options your desire
then press and hold the Favorite pad until the pad
becomes blue. The selected cycle and options
are saved as the FAVORITE. All the settings that
were chosen are illuminated with a blue light.
Once programmed, simply press the Favorite pad
to select the saved cycle and options, press the
START pad and close the door immediately to start
your programmed cycle.
Fast
For regularly soiled and pre-rinsed dishes and
silverware. Water usage is approximately 4.5
gallons. Wash time is approximately 30 mins.
Upper
For lightly soiled and pre-rinsed dishes and
silverware when you do not have a full load. Water
usage is approximately 3.5 to 4.3 gallons. Wash
time ranges from approximately 52 to 128 mins.
Normal
Stemware
For regularly soiled dishes and silverware. Water
usage ranges from approximately 3.0 to 7.4
gallons. Wash time ranges from approximately 118
to 200 mins.
For regularly soiled China and Crystal. Water
usage is approximately 4.9 gallons. Wash time
ranges from approximately 96 to 116 mins.
NOTE
Opening the door during normal operation will
only pause the selected cycle.
Operating Instructions
Energy Option Selections
Hi-Temp
When HI-TEMP option is selected, the dishwasher
heats water in the main wash to approximately
1400F (600C).
This increase in water temperature helps
dishwasher detergent remove food, grease and soil
from dishes more effectively and aids in drying. HITEMP option can only be used with AUTO, HEAVY,
NORMAL and UPPER cycles.
Sanitize
To sanitize your dishes and glassware, select the
SANITIZE option. This option heats the water
temperature in the final rinse to 1570F (69.40C)
and maintains that temperature for 7 minutes.
SANITIZE is available in Auto, Heavy, and Normal
cycles. Only these sanitization cycles have been
designed to meet NSF requirements.
The cycle time will be extended until the proper
water temperature is reached. Washing action will
continue during the water heating delay. For best
results, the incoming water temperature should be
at least 1200F (490C).
If the SANITIZE option is selected, the pad
illuminates with a blue light. The sanitization
criteria may not be satisfied if there is an
interruption of the cycle, a power failure occurs,
or if incoming water temperature is below 1200F
(490C).
Sanitize pad flashes at the end of the cycle if the
NSF requirements for sanitization are not reached.
Child Lock Controls/Air Dry
To prevent children from accidently changing the
dishwasher cycle or starting the dishwasher, lock
the dishwasher controls by pressing the AIR DRY
pad until “ ” shows in the status window. The
controls are locked and no new selections can
be made until the lock is released. To unlock
the controls, press the AIR DRY pad until “ ”
disappears.
Max Dry
MAX DRY is available on Auto, Heavy, Normal,
Upper and Stemware cycles The cycle time will
increase when MAX DRY option is selected.
Operation Selection
Delay
The DELAY START option allows you to
automatically delay starting your dishwasher from
1-24 hours.
Select your desired cycle and options, then press
the Delay pad until the desired delay time displays
in the status window. The LEDs of selected cycle
and options are illuminated. The status window
displays the delay time and then displays ‘Press
Start’.
To start the delay countdown, press START
pad and close door immediately. The status
window displays ‘Close door’ after the START
pad is pressed. A tone will sound indicating that
countdown has started after the door is closed.
The selected cycle starts when the countdown is
completed.
Start
When cycle and options are selected, the LEDs
of selected cycle and options are illuminated. The
status window displays the cycle time and then
displays ‘Press Start’.
To start the cycle, press START pad and close the
dishwasher door immediately.
The status window displays ‘Close door’ after the
START pad is pressed.
A tone will sound indicating the cycle has
successfully started after the door is closed.
Cancel
Both running cycle and delay countdown can be
cancelled at any time. Open the dishwasher door,
press the CANCEL pad until you hear a tone. The
running cycle or delay countdown is cancelled.
If desired, a new cycle can now be selected, by
pressing the START pad and closing the door
immediately, the new cycle will begin.
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Operating Instructions
Opening the door while the
appliance operates
If you open the door while a cycle is running or
delay is counting down, the appliance stops.
The LEDs of selected cycle and options are
illuminated. The status window displays the
remaining cycle time or delay time and then
displays ‘Press Start’.
To resume, press START pad and close the
dishwasher door immediately. The status window
displays ‘Close door’ after the START pad is
pressed. A tone will sound indicating that the
dishwasher continues from the point of interruption
after the door closing.
Display on floor
The display on floor indicates the following
activities:
The cycle duration remaining
time.
Remaining time of Delay
start
End of cycle
If the dishwasher door is kept open for too long,
or the door is closed without pressing START
pad, the running cycle or delay countdown may be
cancelled.
Error codes
Status window
That STATUS window displays codes typically seen
during normal operation or programming of the
dishwasher. The STATUS window indicates the
following activity:
1HR-24HR - Indicates
number of delay start
hours for selected
cycle.
PRESS START -Scroll
across the status
window indicating the
START pad needs to be
pressed.
Child Lock is
activated.
MIN - The cycle duration
or the remaining time.
L1 - L4 - Level of Rinse
Aid Dosage.
LOW RINSE - Refill
Rinse Aid
CLOSE DOOR - Scroll CLEAN - End of Cycle.
across the status
window once the
program has been
entered and the START
pad is pressed.
Operating Instructions
User Instruction Code
Instruction
Code
Displayed
Close Door
Problem
Solution
This indicates the door has been
left open or not properly latched.
Ensuring the door is properly latched will clear
the display. This does not indicate a problem with
your dishwasher and service will not need to be
contacted.
Error Codes
Displayed
Error Code*
Problem
Solution
i10
A low fill has been detected.
Look for a pinched water supply line, or water shutoff is
not completely opened.
i20;
i40;
iF0
Check and clean both filters and sump area and check
Clogged filters or a restricted for a pinched or blocked drain hose. If the drain line is
drain line has been detected. attached to a disposer, check that the knockout plug
has been removed.
i30
A leak or overflow of water
has been detected in the
bottom pan.
i50
A problem has been
detected with the drain or
wash motor.
i60
A problem has been
detected with the water
heating system.
iC0
A problem has been
detected with the electronic
control system.
Look for loose connections at the water inlet valve and
ensure the unit is properly leveled.
Pressing the cancel button or turning power off at the
breaker for 5 min. should clear this error code and
the unit can be restarted.
If this does not resolve the problem, service
will need to be called.
*In all Error Code instances, if Pressing the cancel button or turning power off at the breaker for 5 min.
does not resolve the problem, contact the Electrolux Customer Care Center at 1-877-435-3287.
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Preparing & Loading Dishes
NOTE
Racks and Features in your dishwasher model
may vary in appearance from illustrations in this
manual.
Dish Preparation
Scrape away large pieces of food, bones, pits,
toothpicks, etc. The continuously filtered wash fluid
will remove remaining food particles. Burned-on
foods should be loosened before loading. Empty
liquids from glasses and cups.
Foods such as mustard, mayonnaise, vinegar,
lemon juice and tomato based products may
cause discoloration of stainless steel and plastics
if allowed to sit for a long period of time. Unless
the dishwasher is to be operated at once, it is best
to pre-rinse or use the rinse only cycle to rinse off
these food soils.
Load racks so that large items do not prevent the
detergent dispenser from opening.
Check manufacturer’s recommendations before
washing items in question.
If the dishwasher drains into a Food Disposer, be
sure disposer is completely empty before starting
dishwasher.
Loading the Upper Rack
Features and appearance of racks and silverware
basket may vary from your model.
The upper rack is designed for flexibility in loading
a wide variety of items including cups, glasses,
stemware, small plates, bowls, etc.
Load glasses and plastic items in Upper rack only.
Loading the Cutlery Rack
The Cutlery Rack is designed for flatware and
most cooking or serving utensils. Heavily soiled
utensils or items with baked on foods should be
placed in the upper rack or silverware basket for
best washing performance. The seperators on the
cultery racks help keep flatware separated to avoid
damage and improve cleaning.
Load items with open end facing down for better
cleaning and draining.
Damage may occur if delicate items touch each
other during dishwasher operation.
Long-handled knives and utensils can be placed in
Upper rack.
Be sure nothing protrudes through the bottom of
the rack to block rotation of middle spray arm.
Preparing & Loading Dishes
Flex Wash
The Flex Wash system gives you the ability to wash
the inside areas of baby bottles, narrow glassware
and other items. To turn this feature on turn these
clips to have them pointing upward (B). To turn off
just slide them back down toward the rack (A). See
image below.
A
8 place settings standard loading pattern
B
Adjustable Upper Rack
10 place settings standard loading pattern
12 place settings standard loading pattern
The top rack height can be easily adjusted to
accommodate loading taller dishes in either rack.
To raise the rack to the upper position, lift rack
until both sides are at the same height and the
rack will secure in place. Ensure that the rack
remains level from front to back with both sides at
the same height. To lower rack lift the rack slightly
then push down and release.
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Preparing & Loading Dishes
Fold-down Tines Upper Rack
The fold-down tines in the top and bottom racks
makes it easy to load those extra large and hardto-fit items. The tines may be left up for normal
use or folded down for more flexible loading.
The Stemware holder is used to securely
hold your wine glasses in place for the best
wash. To properly secure you glass simply
press the stem of the glass into the center
of the Cupshelf the plastic pieces will secure
around the stem to hold the glass in place.
Upper Rack
Soft Grip Rack
The Soft Grip Rack is used to secure in place
glassware and those plastic items that may move
around with the water from the spray arm.
Upper Rack
Cup Shelf/Stemware Holders
The Cupshelf holder can be folded down to be
used to load two levels of cups, juice glasses, and
other short items or fold down both and use for
long items such as utensils and spatulas. Fold up
to load tall glasses.
Preparing & Loading Dishes
Fold-down Tines lower Rack
The fold-down tines in the top and bottom racks
makes it easy to load those extra large and hardto-fit items. The tines may be left up for normal
use or folded down for more flexible loading.
8 place settings standard loading pattern
Bottom Rack
Bottom Rack
10 place settings standard loading pattern
Loading the bottom Rack
Features and appearance of racks and silverware
basket may vary from your model.
The lower rack is best for plates, saucers, bowls,
and cookware. Large items should be placed
along the edge so they do not block the spray arm
rotation. For best results, place bowls, casseroles,
and sauce pans with soiled surface facing down or
toward the center. Tilt slightly for better drainage.
Make sure tall items do not block spray arm
rotation.
Be sure pan handles do not protrude through the
bottom of the rack and block the spray arm rotation.
12 place settings standard loading pattern
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Preparing & Loading Dishes
Loading the Silverware Basket
CAUTION
TO AVOID CUT INJURY: Load sharp items
(knives, skewers, etc.) pointing down. Failure to
do so may result in injury.
When covers are up, mix items in each section of
the basket with some pointing up and some down
to avoid nesting. Water spray cannot reach nested
items.
Features and appearance of racks and silverware
basket may vary from your model.
Load the silverware basket while it is in the bottom
rack or take the basket out for loading on a counter
or table.
In some models small items like baby bottle caps,
jar lids, corn cob holders, etc., Can be placed in
a covered section. Close the cover to hold small
items in place.
Use suggested loading patterns, as shown, to
increase washability of the silverware.
Be sure nothing protrudes through bottom of
basket or rack to block the spray arm.
Do not mix silver and stainless to avoid damaging
the silver finish.
Adding a dish
To add or remove items after wash cycle starts:
Unlatch door and wait a few seconds until wash
action stops before opening.
Add the item. To resume cycle, press START pad
and close the door firmly to latch immediately.
Dishwasher Dispenser & Detergents
Filing the Detergent Dispenser
How much Detergent to use
The detergent dispenser has one covered cup.
The covered cup opens automatically to release
detergent.
The amount of detergent to use depends on the
water hardness. Water hardness is measured in
grains per gallon. Using too little detergent can
result in poor cleaning and hard water filming or
spotting. Using too much detergent in soft water
can cause etching to some glassware which is
surface damage that appears like a film but cannot
be wiped off. Your local water company, water
softener company or county extension agent can
tell you the water hardness in your area.
•
Use only fresh automatic dishwashing
detergent. Other detergents may cause
oversudsing.
•
When using automatic dishwashing detergent
tabs, place one tab in main wash cup and
close.
•
Add detergent just before starting cycle.
•
Store detergent in a cool, dry location. Moist or
caked detergent may not dissolve properly.
Main Wash Cup
CAUTION
The use of industrial grade detergent can damage
parts of the dishwasher leading to damage to
the unit and surrounding property. Use only
household grade automatic dishwasher detergent.
NOTE
Hard water may cause lime deposit buildup
on the interior of the dishwasher. For cleaning
instructions see “Removing Spots and Film”
section.
Cover
Latch
Main Wash Cover
NOTE
Detergent tablets and All-In-One packs may not
dissolve completely if used with the Quick Wash
cycles. If one of these products are used, place
the tab or pack directly on the bottom of the tub
in a corner before starting the dishwasher, rather
than placing these products in the dispenser.
NOTE
To achieve the best results from your dishwasher,
visit www.dishwashingexpert.com for general tips
regarding the performance and operation of your
dishwasher.
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Dishwasher Dispenser & Detergents
Dosage of detergent
Place a single detergent tablet or packet into the detergent dispenser compartment.
Detergent Usage Chart
Water Hardness
Amount
(teaspoons)
Dispenser
cup level:
Soft Water
(0-3 grains)
Medium Hard Water
(4-8 grains)
4 teaspoons
6 teaspoons
First Line
Second Line
Hard Water
(9-12 grains)
8 teaspoons
Full
NOTE
For very hard water, detergent alone may not be enough. A water softener is recommended to improve
water quality and dishwashing performance. Try adding more detergent at the beginning of the main
wash portion of the cycle. As a rule, use 1 teaspoon for each grain above 12. Unlatch the door, open
slowly add detergent to the bottom of the tub. Close the door to latch and the diswasher will continue
through the cycle.
Dishwasher Dispenser & Detergents
Rinse Aid
Rinse aid greatly improves drying, reduces water
spots, filming, and lubricates wash arm bearing for
proper rotation. With it water “sheets” off dishes
rather than forming water droplets that cling and
leave spots.
A dispenser, located next to the detergent cup,
automatically releases a measured amount of rinse
aid during the last rinse. If spotting and poor drying
are problems, increase the amount of rinse aid
dispensed. The indicator will be dark when full and
the status window will show LOW RINSE when it is
time to refill.
To add liquid rinse aid, open the cover. Pour in
rinse aid until liquid touches the indicated fill level.
Close the cover.
Do not overfill since this can cause oversudsing.
Wipe up any spills with a damp cloth.
The dispenser holds enough for 11 to 66 washes,
depending on setting.
How to adjust the rinse aid
dosage
The rinse aid dosage is shown in the Status
Window. Press and hold the RINSE pad for 5
seconds until the Status Window shows L1, L2,
L3 or L4, RINSE pad illuminates with white light,
while the other pads are off. Pressing “RINSE” pad
will change the levels. Once the Rinse-aid level
reaches L4, the level will go back to L1 and start
the count over. Press START pad to save setting,
the setting will be shown for 10 seconds. Press
START pad to save.
Factors Affecting Performance
Water Pressure
The hot water line to dishwasher must provide
water pressure between 20 and 120 psi.
Low water pressure may occur when laundry or
showers are in operation. If you experience poor
wash performance you may need to wait until water
use is reduced before starting dishwasher.
Indicator
Water Temperature
Rinse Aid
Compartment
Hot water is needed for best dishwashing and
drying results. Water entering dishwasher should
be at least 120oF (49oC) to give satisfactory results.
To check water temperature entering dishwasher:
•
Turn on hot water faucet nearest dishwasher
for several minutes to clear cool water from
pipes.
•
Hold a candy or meat thermometer in the water
stream to check the temperature.
•
If temperature is below 120oF (49oC), have
a qualified person raise the hot water heater
thermostat setting.
Rinse Aid Cover
Not selecting the AIR DRY option in
combination with rinse aid will enhance drying
performance. The energy required to use the
AIR DRY option saves pennies per cycle. You
may choose to select the AIR DRY option;
however you will have items in your dish load
that will not be completely dry at the end of the
cycle.
IMPORTANT
Before starting a cycle, run hot water to clear
cool water from pipes.
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Care & Cleaning
Outside - Occasionally wipe with a mild
nonabrasive detergent and water. Rinse and dry.
Care of Drain Air Gap
If a drain air gap was installed for your built-in
dishwasher, check to make sure it is clean so the
dishwasher will drain properly. A drain air gap is
usually mounted on the counter top and can be
inspected by removing the cover. This is not part
of your dishwasher and is not covered by warranty.
Clean the Cylinder Fine Filter
The Cylinder Fine Filter is designed to collect some
big items such as broken glass, bones and pits.
The Cylinder Fine Filter needs to be cleaned to
maximize wash performance.
Remove the Cylinder Fine Filter as shown, rotate
it counterclockwise, lift it out, empty and clean it by
rinsing under running water and replace. It may
be necessary to use a sponge or bottle brush to
remove excess food residue.
Clean the Coarse Filter
Take out the Cylinder Fine Filter and remove the
Coarse Filter from the dishwasher tub bottom.
Flush the Coarse Filter by holding it under running
water and replace.
Solutions to Common Problems
Winterizing
NOTE
To achieve the best results from your dishwasher,
visit www.dishwashingexpert.com for general tips
regarding the performance and operation of your
dishwasher.
A dishwasher left in an unheated place should be
protected from freezing. Have a qualified person
do the following.
To Disconnect Service:
1. Turn off electrical power to the dishwasher
at the supply source by removing fuses or
tripping circuit breaker.
2. Shut off water supply.
Before calling for service, review this list. If
may save you both time and expense. This list
includes common experiences that are not the
result of defective workmanship or material in
your dishwasher.
3. Place a pan under the inlet valve. Disconnect
water line from the inlet valve and drain into
pan.
Food Soils Left on Dishes
4. Disconnect drain line from pump and drain
water into pan.
•
Choose another cycle for longer washing time.
•
Choose the Hi-Temp Wash option.
•
Check rack loading section for proper loadingavoid nesting items.
1. Reconnect the water, drain, and electrical
power supply.
•
2. Turn on water and electrical power supply
•
Home water pressure may be too low-should
be 20 to 120 pounds per square inch (psi).
Check incoming water temperature. It should
be about 120oF (49oC). (See Factors Affecting
Performance.)
Check water hardness. For extremely hard
water, it may be necessary to install a water
softener. (See Detergent Chart).
To Restore Service:
3. Fill detergent cup and run the dishwasher
through HEAVY WASH cycle.
4. Check connections to make sure they do not
leak.
CAUTION
Freezing temperatures may cause water lines to
rupture. Be sure all supply lines to and circulating
lines within your dishwasher are protected.
Failure to do so could result in property damage.
NOTE
•
•
Use Fresh Detergent.
•
Make sure items are not blocking the spray
arms, preventing them from rotating.
Dishes not Dry
•
Select heat dry option.
•
Make sure the rinse aid dispenser is filled.
•
Increase the discharge setting of rinse aid.
(See Rinse Aid).
•
Check the incoming water temperature. Be
sure it is at least 120oF (49oC).
•
Check for proper loading-avoid nesting items.
•
Plastic items may need to be towel dried.
•
Cups with a concave bottom will collect water.
Load them at the far left of the upper rack so
they will be held in a tilted position.
See Installation Instructions for more details.
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Solutions to Common Problems
Glassware/Flatware Spotted or Cloudy
•
Check water hardness. For extremely hard
water, it may be necessary to install a water
softener. (See Detergent Chart).
•
Water temperature may be low. Avoid
extremely low or high temperatures. (See
Factors Affecting Performance.
•
Avoid overloading and improper loading. (See
Preparing and Loading Dishes).
•
Use fresh detergent. Old detergent is
ineffective.
•
Make sure rinse aid dispenser is filled.
•
Check to see that proper amount of detergent
is being used for cycle selected. Also, check
phosphate level. (See Detergent Dispenser.)
•
Home water pressure may be too low - it
should be 20 to 120 pounds per square inch
(psi).
Dishware Chipped
•
Aluminum utensils can leave gray/black marks
when they rub against other items. Load
Properly.
•
Certain high acid foods can cause discoloration
of stainless steel and plastics if allowed to sit
for a long period. Use the Rinse Only cycle or
rinse by hand if not operating dishwasher at
once.
•
Mixing stainless steel and silver utensils in
silverware basket can cause pitting of the
stainless steel blades. Avoid mixing stainless
steel and silver.
Cycle Takes a Long Time
•
Is cycle in a water heating delay?
•
Has the delay start option been selected?
•
Has the sanitize option been selected?
Normal Sounds You Will Hear
•
Normal sounds include water fill, water
circulation and motor sounds.
•
Load with care and do not overload. (See
Preparing and Loading Dishes).
Dishwasher Leaks
•
Place delicate items in top rack.
•
•
Place glasses securely against pins and not
over pins.
•
Load items so they are secure and don’t jar
loose when moving racks in and out. Move
racks in and out slowly.
•
Make sure tall glasses and stemware will clear
top of tub when rack is pushed in.
Etching
•
Using too much detergent especially in soft or
softened water causes damage that looks like
a film but cannot be removed.
•
Adjust the amount of detergent based on the
water hardness. (Check Detergent Chart).
•
Lower the water temperature.
Water in Bottom of Tub
•
Water left in the tub bottom after the cycle is
complete is not normal. If water remains in the
bottom of the tub, the dishwasher may not be
draining properly. (See Dishwasher Does not
Drain Properly).
Dishware Stained or Discolored
• Tea and coffee can stain cups. Remove the
stains by hand washing in a solution of 1/2 cup
(120 ml) bleach and one quart (1L) of warm
water. Rinse thoroughly.
•
Iron deposits in water can cause a yellow or
brown film. A special filter installed in the
water supply line will correct this problem. (See
Removing Spots and Film).
Use only fresh detergent designed for
automatic dishwashers. Measure detergent
carefully. Try a different brand.
Detergent Left in Dispenser Cup
•
Detergent may be old. Discard and use fresh
detergent.
•
Be sure the dish load doesn’t block spray from
entering the detergent cup.
•
Check to see if cycle has been completed.
•
Make sure items do not prevent the detergent
dispenser from opening.
Solutions to Common Problems
Vapor at Vent
Dishwasher has an Odor
•
Water vapor escapes from the vent during the
drying part of cycle. This is normal.
•
Soiled dishes left in dishwasher too long can
create an odor. Use Rinse cycle.
•
Spilled rinse aid can cause foam and lead to
overflowing. Wipe up any spills with a damp
cloth.
•
There will be a “new” smell when first installed.
This is normal.
•
•
Check to see that dishwasher is level. (See
Installation Instructions).
Check to see if unit is draining properly. (See
Dishwasher Does Not Drain Properly).
Dishwasher Won’t Run or Fill (error code i10)
•
Check to see if circuit breaker is tripped or if a
fuse is blown.
•
Check to see if the water supply is turned on
and the pressure of the water supply is not too
low. (Contact your local water company).
•
Check to see if the water tap is open and is not
clogged.
•
Check to see if cycle is set correctly. (See
Operating Instructions).
•
Check to see if the dishwasher is not set for
Delay Start.
•
Check and insure the door is closed and
latched.
•
Check to see if the filter in the inlet hose is not
clogged and is free of kinks and bends.
Dishwasher Does Not Drain Properly (error
code i20)
Stains on Tub Interior
•
Washing large amounts of dishware with
tomato based soil can cause a pink/orange
appearance. This will not affect performance
and will gradually fade over time. Pre-rinsing
or using the Rinse cycle will reduce the
chance of staining. Using no heat dry option
will lessen staining.
Removing Spots and Film
Hard water can cause lime deposit buildup on the
interior of the dishwasher. Dishes and glasses
may also get spots and film for a number of
reasons. (See Glassware/Flatware Spotted or
Cloudy section). To remove buildup, and film,
clean using the following instructions:
1. Load clean dishes and glasses in normal
manner. Do not load any metal utensils or
silverware.
2. Do not add detergent.
•
If unit is hooked up to a food waste disposer,
make sure the disposer is empty.
3. Select the NORMAL WASH cycle. Press
START pad. Close and latch the door.
•
Check to see if the knockout plug has been
removed from inside the food waste disposer
inlet.
4. Allow dishwasher to run until it starts the
second water fill (approximately 10 minutes).
•
Check the sink spigot is not clogged.
•
Check to see if drain hose is free of kinks and
bends.
•
Check to see if the cycle is complete, not in a
pause.
5. Unlatch an and open door and pour 2 cups of
white vinegar into the bottom of dishwasher.
6. Close and latch door and allow cycle to finish.
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Warranty Information
Your appliance is covered by a one year limited warranty. For one year from your original date of purchase,
Electrolux will repair or replace any parts of this appliance that prove to be defective in materials or workmanship
when such appliance is installed, used, and maintained in accordance with the provided instructions. The stainless
tub and door liner of your appliance are covered by a lifetime limited warranty. During the lifetime of the appliance,
Electrolux will provide a replacement stainless tub or door liner that fails to contain water due to a defect in materials
or workmanship if the appliance is installed, used, and maintained in accordance with the provided instructions. In
addition, the dishwasher racks and the electronic control module of your appliance are covered by a two through five
year limited warranty. During the 2nd through 5th years from your original date of purchase, Electrolux will provide
a replacement dishwasher rack or electronic control module for your appliance which has proven to be defective in
materials or workmanship when such appliance is installed, used, and maintained in accordance with the provided
instructions.
Exclusions:
This Warranty does not cover the following:
1.
Products with original serial numbers that have been removed, altered or cannot be readily determined.
2.
Product that has been transferred from its original owner to another party or removed outside the USA or
Canada.
3.
Rust on the interior or exterior of the unit.
4.
Products purchased “as-is” are not covered by this warranty.
5.
Food loss due to any refrigerator or freezer failures.
6.
Products used in commercial setting.
7.
Service Calls which do not involve malfunction or defects in materials or workmanship, or for appliances not
in ordinary household use or used other than in accordance with the provided instructions.
8.
Service Calls to correct the installation of your appliance or to instruct you how to use your appliance.
9.
Expenses for making the appliance accessible for servicing, such as removal of trim, cupboards, shelves,
etc., which are not part of the appliance when it is shipped from the factory.
10.
Service calls to repair or replace appliance light bulbs, air filters, water filters, other consumables, or knobs,
handles, or other cosmetic parts.
11.
Labor or in-home service costs during the additional limited warranty periods beyond the first year from your
original date of purchase.
12.
Pickup and delivery costs; your appliance is designed to be repaired in the home.
13.
Surcharges including, but not limited to, any after hour, weekend, or holiday service calls, tolls, ferry trip
charges, or mileage expense for service calls to remote areas, including the state of Alaska.
14.
Damages to the finish of appliance or home incurred during transportation or installation, including but not
limited to floors, cabinets, walls, etc.
15.
Damages caused by: services performed by unauthorized service companies; use of parts other than
genuine Electrolux parts or parts obtained from persons other than authorized service companies; or
external causes such as abuse, misuse, inadequate power supply, accidents, fires, or acts of God.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
CUSTOMER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
AS PROVIDED HEREIN. CLAIMS BASED ON IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO ONE YEAR OR THE SHORTEST PERIOD ALLOWED BY LAW,
BUT NOT LESS THAN ONE YEAR. ELECTROLUX SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES
SUCH AS PROPERTY DAMAGE AND INCIDENTAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN
LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. SOME STATES AND PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION
OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, SO THESE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY GIVES YOU
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
If You Need Service
Keep your receipt, delivery slip, or some other appropriate payment record to establish the warranty period should
service be required. If service is performed, it is in your best interest to obtain and keep all receipts. Service under
this warranty must be obtained by contacting Electrolux at the address or phone numbers below.
This warranty only applies in the USA, Puerto Rico and Canada. In the USA and Puerto Rico, your appliance is
warranted by Electrolux Major Appliances North America, a division of Electrolux Home Products, Inc. In Canada,
your appliance is warranted by Electrolux Canada Corp. Electrolux authorizes no person to change or add to
any obligations under this warranty. Obligations for service and parts under this warranty must be performed by
Electrolux or an authorized service company. Product features or specifications as described or illustrated are
subject to change without notice.
USA
1-877-435-3287
Electrolux Major Appliances North America
10200 David Taylor Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262
Canada
1-800-265-8352
Electrolux Canada Corp.
5855 Terry Fox Way
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5V 3E4
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