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Dishwasher
Use & Care Manual
DW 24XT
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Table of Contents
Important Safety InstructionS ...................... 1
Features of your new dishwasher...............2-4
Operating Instructions ........................... 5-10
Preparing and loading dishes ................ 11-13
Care & cleaning ................................... 14-16
Troubleshooting .................................. 17-18
Installation instructions ............................. 19
Important safety instruction
WARNING
For When using your dishwasher,
follow basic precautions, including the following:
Proper installation
Please install your dishwasher properly follow the installation guide.
Water supply temperature should be 120 ℉or 149 ℉.
Dispose of the discarded appliance and packing material properly.
The dishwasher must be grounded, or it can result in a risk of electric shock.
PERMANENTLY CONNECTED and CORD-CONNECTED are both allowed.
If there is any damage of the Dishwasher,please contact to your Dealer,not to attempt to
repair or replace any part by yourself.
Basic precaution before use
Read all instructions before using the
dishwasher.
Do not let children abuse,sit or stand on door
or racks of a dishwasher.
The manual does not cover every possible
condition and situation that may occur .
Under certain conditions,hydrogen gas may
beproduced in a hot water system that has not
beenused for two weeks or more.HYDROG N
GAS ISEXPLOSIVE. If the 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.
Use the dishwasher only for intended function as
described in this manual.
When loading items to be washed:
-Load sharp items and knives so that they are
not likely to damage the door seal and tub.
-Load sharp items and knives with the handles
up to reduce the risk of cut-type injury.
Do not wash plastic items unless they are
markeddishwasher safe or the equivalent, if not
marked,check with manufacture for
recommendation, itemsthat are not dishwasher
safe may melt and create a potential fire hazard.
Do not store or use combustible materials,
gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
Use only detergents or rinse agents
recommended for use in a dishwasher and
keep them out of the reach of children.
If the dishwasher d rains in to a food
disposer,make sure disposer is completely
em pty before running dishwasher .
Keep young children and infants away from
dishwasher when it is operating.
Do not tamper with control.
Do not operate your dishwasher unless all
enclosure panels are in the properly place.
Do not use the dishwasher if it has a damaged
power line or plug, and do not plug the
dishwasher into a damaged outlet, failure to
observe these instructions may result in
electrical shock.
Do not touch the heating element during or
immediately after use,especially if the sanitize
option has been selected.
Remove the door to the washing compartment
when removing an old dishwasher from
service or discarding It.
To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children
to play in or on a dishwasher.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1
Features of your new dishwasher
Specification
Capacity
16 place settings (max)
Dimension
606 x 623 x 857 mm (W x D x H)
Weight
unpacked 94lb (42.5 kg)
Power Supply
Rated power usage
Water Feed Pressure
120volts, 60H z
Wash motor 50W H eater 840 W
20 ~ 120 psi (138 ~ 828kPa)
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2
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10
4
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12
6
7
1 Top light
8
Cup Shelf
2 Upper Spray Arm
9
Adjustable Upper Rack
3 Middle Spray Arm
10 Tub Gasket
4 Vortex wash arm (Located on the left side of tub)
11 Bottom Rack
5 Low Spray Arm
12 Heating Element
6 Detergent Dispenser
7 Rinse Aid Dispenser
2
Features of your new dishwasher
Features
Filter System
Your dishwasher has a multiple Filte
System .Inthe System there are four
filter-meshes .It can separate soiled
water and clean water in different
chambers.
The multiple filter system helps your
dishwasher to get better performance
with less water and less energy .
Smart Wash System
Your dishwasher has Smart Wash System.
When apartial load of lightly soiled dishes
is placed in theunit, a wash cycle similar to
a short wash willautomatically be performed.
When a full load of heavily soiled dishes is
placed in the unit, a heavywash cycle wil
automatically be performed. Can determine
the type of cycle required to clean thedishes
and will clean more efficiently every time.
3
Features of your new dishwasher
How your dishwasher cleans
Getting Started
Your dishwasher cleans by spraying
a mixture ofhot water and detergent
through the spray arms against
soiled surfaces .
1.Load dishwasher (See preparing and
loading dishes).
The dishwasher fills with water
covering the filterarea. Water is then
pumped through the multiple filter
and spray arms.Separated soil
particles go down the drain as the
water is pumped out and replaced
with clean water.
The number of water fills will vary
with the cyclebeing used.
2.Add detergent (See Fill detergent to the
dispenser).
3.Add rinse aid, if needed (See Fill rinse to
dispenser).
4.Select desired CYCLE (See Cycle Chart).
The indicator light that b eside the pad
will glow whenselected.
5.Select desired FUNCTIONS, the
indicator light that b eside the pad will
glow whenselected.
6.To start, press Start/Cancel(See Start/Cancel)pad.
7.Close the door,then the machine will
start to work.
Note:
1.Your dishwasher has the top control
panel. The door should be opened first
if you want to operate the machine.
2.To start a cycle, the door must be closed
within 4s after press Start/ Cancle.
Wash Cycle Selections
Cycle times are approximate and will vary
with options Selected.Hot water is
necessary to activate dishwasher detergent
and melt fatty food soils.
An automatic sensor will check the incoming
water temperature and if it is not hot
Enough,the timer will be delayed for
automatic water heating in the main wash of
all Cycles.This happens even when
HI-TEMP WASH is selected an even higher
temperature will be guaranteed to handle
heavier soil loads.
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Control panel
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12
14
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Wash Cycle Selections
1 Display Window
To display the remained hours and minutes
of the running cycle, delayhours and error
codes etc.
2 CYCLES
With the dishwasher door open,you can
press the CYCLES button to select the
wash cycle. A light onthe display will in
dicate which cycle has been selected.
3 AUTO
This cycle is sen sing wash,lightly,norm
ally or heavily soiled crockery,with or
without dried-on food.
4 HEAVY
This cycle is for pots,pans ,casse roles
and dinnerware
5 REGULAR
This cycle is for regula rly soiled
din ner d ishes o r
6 ECO
This cycle is for light solied or pre-rinsed
dishes and sliverware.
7 QUICK
This cycle is for lightly soiled loads.
8 RINSE
This cycle is for pre-rinsing dishes or
glasses.This is only a rinse that keeps
food from drying on your dishes and
reduces odor buildup in your dishwasher
until you are ready to wash a full load.
Do not use detergent.
9 POWER ZONE
Use this option when you want to wash pots and
pans, durable serving bowls, and other large,
very dirty , hard to clean dishes.
Touse use POWER ZONE, place the dishes face
down in the lower rack directly above the vortex
wash arm I n the back left corner
10 EXTRADRY
When the " Heated Dry" function is selected,
the heater will work during the drying process.
11 HIGH TEMP
When the "Hi Temp wash" Function is
selected , the temperature of water will be
maintained at 60℃(140℉) max.
12 SANI BOOST
To sanitize your dishes and the Sanitize option.
when the ''anitize'' function is selected, the
temperature of water will be maintained at
70℃(158℉) max.
Note: It is possible that70℃(158℉) m ay not
be reached, if the temperature of the incoming
hot water dose notreach the suggested
temperature.
13 CHILD LOCK
You can lock all controls to prevent children
from accidently changing the dishwasher cycle
or starting the dishwasher.
Press the ''SANI BOOST'' and the ''DELAY START''
sim ultaneity to select or cancel the function.
After the function is selected and the corresponding
indicator light will turn on.
14 DELAY START
To delay the start of a selected cycle, open the
door, press the Delay Start pad until the desired
delay time shows in the LED displayscreen,
it allows you to start
your dishwasherfor 1 to 24 hours delay.
Press theSTART/CANCEL pad, and then you
shouldclose the door within 4 seconds, then the
delayfunction is running.
To cancel the Delay Start function and begin the
cycle. Before the delay period is over,open the
door and press the START/CANCEL pad for
3 seconds.
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Operating dishwasher
Functions
16
17
18
15
16 SANITIZED indicator light
If a cycle with the sanitize function is
finished,the sanitized indicator light
turns on.
If you open the door, it will turn off after
30 seconds.another possible,it will turn
off immediately if you haveany operation.
15 START CANCEL
Open the door, select a wash cycle
that you desired, the indicator light
beside the pad will turn on. Press the
START/CANCEL pad,you should close
the door within 4 seconds, then the
selected program light begins to glitter
and the cycle progress indicator in the
front of the door will light on, the washing
cycle is running.
If you close the door more than 4
seconds afterpressedthe
START/CANCEL pad, the cycle will
pause and not run.
To change a running cycle, you can
open the door and press the
START/CANCEL pad for 3seconds.
The display screen will show ''60'' ,
then press the START/CANCEL pad
for 3seconds again, the display screen
will show ''-:--'', you can selcet the
desired cycle.Close the door within 4s
then the dishwasher will work again.
17 RINSE AID indicator light
Turns on when the dishwasher needs to
add Rinse aid.
18 END indicator light
Turns on after a cycle finished.
If you open the door, it will turn off after
30 seconds,and another possible,it will
turn off immediately if you haveany operation.
When you want to load more dishes or
pause the dishwasher while it is already
running, make sure to open the door
slowly and carefully as there is a
possibility of injury from the hot steam inside
the dishwasher.You can add more dishes
before the main wash Starts.open the
door and check the detergent Dispenser.
If the main wash Section of the detergent
dispenser is still closed.you can add
items.If the door is opened while the
dishwasher is running, a safety
mechanism is activated and stops the
cycle.
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Operating dishwasher
Error indication
Status Window
H:01- H:24
If the Delay Start option is s elected,
the number of delay start hours
shows in the status window.
In certain situations which are critical to
the machines function and safe operation, the control shall shut down and
indica te an errorcode
(See Error Codes on page 18).
2:15-0 :00
After the m achine works, the
remaining time of the cycle
that have been selected will be
showed in the Status Window.
If Error codes ar e displayed,contact the
dealer or servicer.They will be able to
provide assistance in trouble shooting
the problem and or locate anauthorized
service technician if needed.
NOTE
The rema ining time could suddenly
increase or drop several minutes.
This means the Smart Sensor has
checked the soil level and determined
if additional water fills are needed or if
water fills can be deleted.
Cycle Chart
Program
AUTO
Description of Cycle
Water (L)
Cycle time(min)
Pre Wash
Auto(48~57℃)
11.4~23.0
110~135
22.8
140
10.8~23.0
105~135
Rinse(50~58℃)
Drying
Pre Wash
Pre Wash
Wash(48℃)
HEAVY
REGULAR
Rinse
Rinse
Rinse(58℃)
Drying
Pre Wash
Auto(42~48℃)
Rinse(50~58℃)
Drying
Pre Wash
ECO
Pre Wash
Wash(40℃)
19.3
105
15.5
60
8
20
Rinse
Rinse(50℃)
QUICK
RINSE
Drying
Pre Wash
Wash(40℃)
Rinse(50℃)
Drying
Rinse Only
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Operating dishwasher
Adjustable Upper Rack
The upper rack height can be easily
adjusted to accommodate loading taller
dishes in either rack.
To accommodate taller dishes in the bottom
rack, thereare 2 positions available:
1. Lift the rack for upper position
Upper rack
The upper rack in the upper position
Lower rack
Dish Preparation
2. Up press the handle to lower the rack
Scrape away large pieces of food,bones,pits,
toothpicks,etc.
The continuous filtered wash system will
remove the remaining food particles.Burned-on
foods should be loosened before loading.
Empty liquids from glasses and cups.
Foods such as mustard,mayonnaise,vinegar,
lemonjuice 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 opertated at once it is
best to rinse off these food soils.
If the dishwasher drains into a food disposer,
be sure disposer is completely empty before
starting dishwasher.
The upper rack in the lower position
Note:
Height should be adjusted without
dishes in the racks.
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Operating dishwasher
Loading the Upper Rack
Make sure the loaded dishes do
not interfere with the rotation of
the middle spray arm, which is
located at the bottom of the upper
rack. (Check this by rotating the
middle spray arm by hand.)
The upper rack is designed for cups,
glasses, small plates, bowls and plastic items
marked safe etc.
For best results, place the bowls, cups,
glasses, sauce pans with soiled surface
facing down or toward thecenter. Tilt slightly
for better drainage.
Large items should be placed
along the edge so they do not
interfere with the middle spray
arm rotation, and make sure
they not preventthe detergent
dispenser from opening.
Large items should be turned so
that the inside faces downward,
and make sure these items
do not interfere with the lower
sprayarm rotation.
Loading the Bottom Rack
The b ottom rack is designed to load
plates, soup bow ls,plates,saucers and
cookware. The adjustable rackspace
wil l allow you to load maximum 13 inch
items.
The fold-down tines in the bottom ra ck
make it easy to load those extra large and
hard-to-f it items.The tines may be left
up for normal use or folded down for more
flexible loading.Fold down for more space
to load large pots or pans.
Loading the Cutlery Rack
Cutlery should be placed in the cutlery rack
separatelyfrom each other in the appropriate
positions, and do make sure the utensils do not
nest together, this maycause bad performance.
For a top quality cleaning, place the silverware
in the basket making sure that:
They do not nest together.
Silverware is placed with the male face up.
Long utensils in the middle.
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Cutlery Rack 8 place settings
Upper Rack 8 place settings
Bottom Rack 8 place settings
Cutlery Rack 12 place settings
Upper Rack 12place settings
Bottom Rack 12 place settings
Cutlery Rack 14 place settings
Upper Rack 14place settings
Bottom Rack 14 place settings
Cutlery Rack 16 place settings
Upper Rack 16place settings
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Bottom Rack 16 place settings
Preparing and loading dishes
Loading the Silverware Basket
Adding A Dish
The silverware basket could be divided
into three separate modules that can
be used in both upper and lower racks
To add or remove items after
wash cycle starts:
1. Open door slightly and wait a few
seconds until wash action stops
before completely opening.
1.Spoons
2.Knives
3.Salad forks
4.Forks
5.Large spoons
6. Large forks
2.Add the item.
3.Press the S tart/C an cel
4.Close the door firmly to latch within 4s,
then c ycle will automatically resume.
CAUTION
TO AVOID BURN INJURY: Slightly
open door and wait until spray arms
and wash action stop. Hot water may
splash out of dishwasher. Failure to
do so may result in injury.
Filling the rinse aid dispenser
Rinse aid greatly impro ves drying and
reduces waterspots and filming.Without
rinse aid your dishes and dishwasher
interior will have excessive m oisture.
The Heated Dry option will not perform
as well without rinseaid.The rinse aid
dispenser,located next to the Detergent
cup,automatically releases a measured
amount of rinse aid during the last rinse.
WARNING
1.Do not let item extend though
bottom.
2.Be sure nothing protrudes
though bottom of the basket or
rack to block the lower spray
arm
If spotting and poor drying is a problem,
increase the amount of rinse aid
dispensed by ro tating the dial to a higher
number.The dial is located under the
dispenser cap.
If the rinse aid is low, the Rinse Aid light
is illuminated at the beginning and end
of the cycle indicating that it is time to
refill.
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Preparing and loading dishes
Filling the rinse aid dispenser
Your dishwasher ids esigned to use a liquid rinse aid.
The use of rinse greatly improves drying performance after
the final rinse.Do not use a solid or bar-type rinse aid.
Under normal conditions, the rinse aid will last approximately
one month, try to keep it full, but do not over fill.
1.Open the door,turn the dispenser cap
to left and lift it out.
3.Y ou can adjus t the amount of the rinse
aid released during the rinse operation,
the greater number indicates he larger
amount of rinse aid released
2.Add rinse agent until the indicator
point to max
4.Replace the dispenser cap
Filling the detergent dispenser
1. Push the dispenser cover latch down
wards and open it
2. Add the detergent to the main wash
com partm ent
open cup
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Preparing and loading dishes
1. Push the dispenser cover latch down
wards and open it
The amount of the detergent needed depends on the cycle and soil level
of dishes, refer to the table below and adjust the recommended amount
as necessary for your load.
Cycle
Soft Water
(0- 3 Grains )
Medium Hard
Water
(4- 8 Grains )
Hard Water
(9-12 Grains)
Very Hard
Water*
(Over 12 Grains)
Auto wash,
Heavy wash,
Regular wash,
ECO wash
2 Teaspoons
(Main Wash
Cup-1/4Full)
5 Teaspoons
(Main Wash
Cup-fill to line
above"Regular")
8 Teaspoons
(Main Wash
Cup Completely
Full)
Each Cup Completely Full
(Water Softener
Recommended)
Quick wash,
2 Teaspoons
(Main Wash
Cup-1/4Full)
5 Teaspoons
(Main Wash
Cup-fill to line
above"Regular")
8 Teaspoons
(Main Wash
Cup Completely
Full)
Main Wash Cup Com pletely Full
(Water Softener
Recommended)
Rinse
No Detergent
No Detergent
No Detergent
No Detergent
(Water Softener
Recommended)
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Care & cleaning
Cleaning the exterior door and panel
2.Control panel
1. Stainless steel panel
Clean the stainless steel door and handle
regularly to remove the debris with cleaning
soft cloth.
Do not use appliance wax, polish, bleach or
products containing chlorine to clean the
stainless steel door.
Clean th e co ntrol panel with a
light ly dampen ed cloth, clean it
generaltly.
Clean the Stainless Steel Inner
Door and Tub
Clean the spots on the steel inner
door and tub with a damp
nonabrasive cloth.
The tub is made of Stainless Steel,it
will not rust or corrode if the
dishwasher should be scratched or
dented.
Clean the Cylinder Filter
WARNING
The Cylinder Filter is designed to
collect some bigitems such as broken
glass, bones and pits.
The Cylinder Filter needs to be cleaned
to maximize wash performance.
Burn Hazard
Allow heating element to cool before
cleaning the interior.
Failure to do so can result in burns.
Remove the bottom rack, rotate the
cylinder filter as shown, lift it out, empty
and clean it by holding it under running
water and replace.
14
Care & cleaning
Clean the Fine Filter
Take out the Cylinder Filter and remove the Fine Filter from the
dishwasher tub bottom.
To rem ove the Fine Filter you m ust first re m ove the bottom
spray arm as shown below.
Flush the Fine Filter by holding it under running water and replace.
15
Care & cleaning
Clean the door gasket
Air gap
Clean the door gasket with a damp
cloth to removefood particles regularly.
If there i s an air gap insta lled with your
dishwasher,make sure it is clean so the
dishwasher will drain properly.
Air gap is not part of your dishwasher.
Before you clean the air gap,turn off the
dishwasher firstly and lift off the cover
Remove the plastic cap and clean with
a toothpick.
Inside
Protect against freezing
The inside of the dishwasher is
self-cleaning with normal use.
If needed, clean the tub gasket with a
damp cloth and use a brush similar to
the ones shown below to clean the
opening in the end of the gasket.
Your dishwasher should be protected
from freezing properly if it was left in an
unheated place Have a qualified
person do the following:
To Disconnect Service:
1. Turn off electrical power to the dish
washer at the supply source by
moving fuses or tripping circuit
breaker.
2.Turn off the water supply.
3. Place a pan under the inlet valve.
Disconnect water line from inlet valve
and drain into pan.
4.Disconnect drain line from pum p and
drain water into pan.
To Restore Service:
1.Reconnect the water,drain and
electrical power supply.
2.Turn on water and electrical
power supply.
3.Fill both detergent cups and run
dishwasher through
a Heated-Wash cycle.
4.Check connections to make sure
they do not leak.
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Troubleshooting
Clean the door gasket
Problem
Possible cause
Power supply or power line is not
connected
Shut the door completely make
sure it is latched
Check and connect the power
supply
Delay Start option has
been selected
Refer to Delay Start section in
this manual to rese
Child Lock activated
(selected models)
Deactivate the child lock, refer
to child lock section in this manual
Dishwasher won't start
Dishwasher
won't start
Dishwasher beeps at
the end of the cycle
It indicates the wash cycle
finished,
the dishwasher will beep
Rinse Aid light on
The rinse aid level is low
Add rinse aid
The dishwasher is connec
ted to cold water
Check the dishwasher,make
sure it connected to the hot water
supply
Dishwasher operates
too long
The cycle time will vary
due to the soil
When heavy soil is detected, the
auto, normal, pots&pan cycle will
automatically increase thecycle
time
The sanitize option is
selected
When sanitize option is selected,
the cycle time will be increase to
meet the sanitizedtemperature
request
Use you dishwasher when the
water pressure isnormal
Water pressure is
temporarily low
Make sure the dishwasher is connected to
the hot water supply
Try not use your dishwasher when hot
water isbeing used elsewhere in the house
The inlet water is low
Dishes are not clean
enough
Dishes not drying
enough
Dishes are loaded too close
together improper use of
detergent
Load the dishes again as the manual
introduced
Add detergent depending on the water
hardnessand the cycle you chose.
Use fresh detergent.
The selected cycle is not suitable
for food soil condition
Choose anther cycle for longer
washing time
Spay arms is blocked by
some items
Make sure the spay arm is rotated
fluently
Detergent dispenser is empty
Fill rinse aid dispenser or increase
the amount of rinse aid.
Improper loading of dishes
Load the dishes again as the manual
introduction
The cycle you chose did not
included the drying.
Choose the proper cycle with drying
Water hardness is too high
Spots and filming on
dishes
Etching
For extremely hard water install
a water softener
Improper loading of dishes
Load the dishes again as the manual
indicates
Old or damp powder rinse aid
is used
Use fresh rinse aid
Rinse dispenser empty
Add rinse aid to the dispenser
Using too much detergent
Use less detergent if you have
soft water
The inlet water temperature
exceeds 150℉
Lower the inlet water temperature
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Detergent may be too old
Detergent left in
dispenser cup
Use fresh detergent
Spray arm is blocked
Load the dishes,making sure the
spray arms are not blocked.
Detergent dispenser
will not shut
Improper operation of the
detergent cover
Add the detergent and rinse aid
as indicated by the manual
Water remains in the
dishwasher
Previous cycle has not finished
or has been interrupted
Select the proper cycle as introduced
by the manual
Drain is clogged
Check the air gap if you have
Make sure the disposer is empty if the
dishwasher is connected to the
disposer
Drain hose is kinked
Make sure the drain hose is
properly connectedto the sink
Improper detergent is used
Make sure to use only the automatic
dishwasherdetergent
Excessive suds caused by using
the improper detergent
Make sure to use only the automatic
dishwasher detergent
Dishwasher is not level
Leveling the dishwasher
(see the installation manual)
Aluminum utensils have rubbed
against dishes
Chose a higher cycle Make sure the
inlet water is no less than 120℉
Coffee and tea soil
Using a spot cleaner to remove
the soil
Dishwasher does not
drain properly
Suds in the tub
Dishwasher leaks
Black or gray marks
on dishes
Stained tub interior
Some tomato food will cause this,
use of the rinse only cycle right after
loading this will decrease the staining
Reddish stain
Noises
Dishwasher
won't fill
Detergent cup opening\ Drain
pump sound
This is normal
A hard object has entered the
wash module. When the object is
ground up,the sound should stop.
If the noise persists after a complete
cycle, call for service.
Water valve is turn off
Check if the water valve is turn on
Door latch may not be
properly seated
Make sure the door is closed
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Error Codes
When some malfunctions come on, the appliance will display error codes to warn you:
Codes
Meanings
Possible Causes
E1
Longer inlet time.
Faucets is not opened, or water intake is
restricted,or water pressure is too low.
E4
Overflow.
Some element of dishwasher leaks .
Ed
signal responsion abnormal( happens
when the problem lasts more than 20s,
hint but not warning).
Signal error
E8
Failure of orientation of distributary valve.
Open circuit or break of distributary valve.
E9
Keep touching a button more than 30
seconds.
Water or something on the button.
WARNING
If overflow occurs, turn off the main water
supply before calling a service.
If there is water in the base pan because of
an overfill or small leak,the water should be
removed before restarting the dishwasher.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION S
Read the installation instructions clearly, and futher more,
pay attention to the follow lists:
1.the power-supply receptacle for the appliance shall
be installed in a cabinet or on a wall adjacent to the
undercounter space in which the appliance is to be installed.
2.there shall be an opening through the partition between the
compartments specified in (a) that is large enough for the
attachment plug to pass through. The longest dimension of
the opening shall not be more than 38 mm (1.5 in).
3.the edges of the opening specified in (b) shall, if the partition
is wood, be smooth and rounded, or, if the partition is metal,
be covered with an edge protector provided for this purpose
by the manufacturer.
4.care shall be exercised, when the appliance is installed or
removed, to reduce the likelihood of damage to the
power-supply cord.
NOTE: A hose that attaches to a sink spray can burst
if it is installed on the same water line as the dishwasher.
If your sink has one, it is recommended that the hose be
disconnected and the hole plugged.
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