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HOW NOT TO LOAD YOUR
overcrowded and wash water
will not reach some of the
Cups, glasses and bowls must
have their openings facing
The plates are nesting together
and wash water may not get
Ensure cutlery are not nesting or
stuck together. They need to be
evenly spread out.
HOW TO LOAD YOUR
The wash water for the comes from the spray arm which is situated at the base of the dishwasher. The spray
arm rotates, providing wash water to all areas of the so care needs to be taken when loading the
. Ensure that there is sufficient space and room for the water to reach all areas particularly the cup racks.
If there are any items blocking the spray arm path or wash water, then the performance will be ineffective.
Ensure dishware items are not forced into or
protrude above the as it may
prevent the lid from properly sealing which
could result in a service call.
Locate sharp items to prevent injuring the user and
damaging the lid assembly.
Check the bottom of the cutlery basket to ensure
sharp or pointed items have not come through as
they may stop spray arm rotation.
Ensure cutlery has not fallen through and stopped the spray arm from rotating.
The large bowl is blocking wash water reaching the cup racks.
Large utensils should be on cup racks so they do not become dislodged and stop the
spray arm from rotating.
Please note that the basket and
its inserts are not designed to be
lifted out of the
while loaded with dishes.
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