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O ge . com Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . 2 - 4 G5C3500 Operating Instructions Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Control Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Dial Cucles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Loading the Dishwasher Racks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Loading Place Settings . . . . . . . . . . 10 Unicouple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Using the Dishwasher . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Troubleshooting Tips . . . 12 , is Consumer Support Consumer Support . . . . . Back Cover Warrantg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Write the model and serial numbers here : Model # Serial # Youcan find them on a label on the tub wall just inside the dooE 165D4700P359 49 - 55034 - I 06 - 07 JR
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING - - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING ! For your safety , the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire , explosion , electric shock , and to prevent property damage , personal in ] ur 9 , or death , _ tls WARNING ! WATERHEATERSAFETY f _ , , J ' _ " _ Under certain conditions , hydrogen gas may be produced in o water heater that has not been used for two or more weeks . HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE . Ifthe hot water has not been used for two or more weeks , prevent the possibility of damage or injury bg turning on all hot water faucets and allow them to run for several minutes . Do this before using ang electrical appliance connected to the hot water sgstem . Thissimple procedure will allow ang built - up hgdrogen gas to escape . Sincethe gas is flammable , do not smoke , use an open flame , or use the appliance during this process . PROPERINSTALLATIONAND MAINTENANCE This dishwasher must be properly installed and located in accordance with the Installation Instructions before it is used . If you did not receive on Installation Instructions sheet with your dishwasher , you con receive one bg visiting our website at ge . com . • Connect the dishwasher / appliance to a grounded • Do not attempt to repair or replace ang part metal , permanent wiring sgstem ; or run an of your dishwasher unlessit is specifically equipment - grounding conductor with the circuit recommended in this manual . Allother servicing conductors and connect to the equipment - should be referred to a qualified technician . grounding terminal or lead of the appliance . • To minimize the possibilitg of electric shock , • Improper connection of the equipment - grounding disconnect this appliance from the power supply conductor can result in a risk of electric shock . before attempting ang maintenance . Check with a qualified electrician or service NOTE : Turning the dishwasher off does not representative if you are in doubt whether the disconnectthe appliance from the power supply . appliance is properly grounded . We recommend having a qualified technician • Dispose of discarded appliances and shipping serviceyour appliance . or packing material properly . CAUTION : Toprevent minor injurg and propertg damage • Using a detergent that is • Closesupervision is necessary if this appliance not specifically designed is used bg or near children . for dishwashers will cause • Load light , plastic items so theg do not the dishwasher to fill with become dislodged and drop to the bottom of suds . the dishwasher - theg might come into contact • If your dishwasher is connected to a with the heating element and be damaged . wall switch , ensure that the switch is on prior to use . • Non - Dishware Items : Do not wash items such as electronic air cleaner filters , furnace filters and paint brushes in gour dishwasheE Damage to the dishwasher and discoloration or staining of the dishwasher mag result .
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ge . com a CAUTION : For personal safety : DO NOT USEAN EXTENSION CORD OR AN ADAPTER PLUG WITH THIS APPLIANCE . DO NOT , UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES , CUT OR REMOVE THE THIRD GROUNDING PRONG FROM THE POWER CORD . GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS - - This appliance must be grounded . In the event of a malfunction or breakdown , grounding will reduce the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric current . This dishwasher is equipped with a cord having a grounding conductor and a grounding plug . The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded in accordance with the NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE , ANSI / NPFA NO . 70 . A WARNING ! Improper connection of the equipment / grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock . Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the dishwasher is properly grounded . Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance ; if it will not fit the outlet , have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician . ELECTRICALREQUIREMENTS • Your dishwasher circuit should not be used for • This appliance must be supplied with 120V , 60 Hz , any other appliance while the dishwasher is in and connected to an operation as the dishwasher requires the full capacity of the circuit . grounded branch circuit , • If the wall receptacle you plug the dishwasher's individual , properly protected by a 15 or r20 power cord into is controlled by a switch , turn on amp circuit breaker o _ ' \ \ _ - * the switch . time - delag fuse . Ensureproperground • If the electric supply existsbeforeuse . provided does not meet the above specifications , it is recommended that a licensedelectrician install an approved outlet .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING - - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS . tk WARNING ! RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT PROPER DISPOSAL OF THE DISHWASHER Junked or abandoned dishwashers are dangerous _ . even if they will sit for " just a few days . " If you are getting rid of your old dishwasher , please follow the instructions below to help prevent accidents . Before You Throw Awau Your Old Dishwasher : • Take off the door of the washing compartment or remove the door latch keeper ( as shown ) . Door latch keeper When using your dishwasher , follow basic precautions , WARNING ! including the following : • Usethis appliance only for its intended purpose • Do not operate your dishwasher unlessall as described in this Owner's Hanual . enclosure panels are properly in place . • Useonly powder , tabs , liquid detergents or rinse • Do not tamper with controls . agents recommended for use in a dishwasher and • Do not abuse , sit on or stand on the door or dish keep them out of the reach of children . Cascade ® , rack of the dishwasher Cascade ® Complete and Electrasol ® Automatic • Do not allow children to play around the Dishwashing Detergents , and Jet - Dry ® and dishwasher when opening or closing the door due Cascade Crystal Clear ¢ rinse agents have to the possibility of small fingers being pinched in been approved for use in all GEdishwashers . the door • Locate sharp items so that they are not likely • Do not discard a dishwasher without first removing to damage the door seal . the door of the washing compartment or the latch • Load sharp kniveswith the handles up to reduce keeper the risk of cut - type injuries . • Do not store or use combustible materials , gasoline • Do not wash plastic items unlessmarked or other flammable vapors and liquids in the dishwasher safe or the equivalent . For plastic vicinity of this or any other appliance . items not so marked , check the manufacturer's • Do not allow children to play with , on or inside this recommendations . or any discarded appliance . • Do not touch the heating element during or immediately after use . READAND FOLLOW THIS SAFETYINFORMATION CAREFULLY . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 4
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About the dishwasher control panel ge . com You can locate your model number on the left tub wall just inside the door . Throughout this manual , features and appearance may vary from your model . Start Light Wash Hot Start • • Cycles Options Option O Off O o Co , U Plate Warmer ( Heated Drg On ) Control Settings Cycles CYCLESare selectedusing a combination of timer dial setting and pad selection . An indicator above the selectedpod will be ON to indicate which pad has been selected . POTS & PANS For heavily soiled dishes or cookware with dried - on or baked - on soils . Everyday dishes may be included . This cycle will not remove burned - on foods . NORMAL / For loads of everyday dishes , glasses and cookware with medium soils . NOTE : Hang dishes have lighter NORMAL WASH soil than normal . LIGHT WASH For dishes with light soils . NOTE : Pad must be set to NORMAL WASH . RINSEONLY For rinsing partial loads that will be washed laten Do not use detergent . DRYING For warming clean dishes and serving plates . This cycle will take approximately 30 minutes . PLATEWARMER HOT START Preheats wash water to improve wash performance . O Options An indicator above the selected pad will be ONto indicate which pad has been selected . RESETOPTION Shuts off the drying heat option . Dishes air dry naturally and energy is saved . Open the dishwasher door to speed drying . HEATED DRY Turns the heater on for fast drying . This cycle will extend the time to your wash cycle by 30 minutes . ON DO NOT use with RINSE ONLY cycle . Cycle Chart Cgcle Water Usage ( gal . ) Cgcle Time ( min , ) Hot Start Option 2.5 112188 Pots & Pans 7.0 11 NormalWash 5.7 LightWash 4.5 11 / 4 RinseOnlg 2.2 53 Plate Warmer 0.0 40
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Operation of models with cycle dial Rinse Only St ( _ t Lgh W _ Sh For rinsing partial loads that will be washed lateEDo not use detergent . ¢ _ tlql 6 off o Hakesure HEATEDDRYis not selected . _ Slowly turn the Dialto RINSEONLY . _ o _ warmer I b _ br _ D _ Ofg Besure the door is unlatched , Latch the door to start the cycle , Plate Warmer _ t _ t Lb _ t Wash Forwarming clean dishesand serving plates . This cycle will take approximately 39 minutes . off O ° i . . . . Slowly turn the Dial to PLATEWARMER . i _ Load clean dishware to be warmed . i ! ii : iiii : iii ! ii ! ili ! i i / iiii _ iiii SelectHEATEDDRYON . Latchthe door to start the cycle . Be sure the door is unlatched . Hot Start i ii Preheatswash water prior to the NORMALor POTS & PANScycle . Slowly turn the Dial to HOTSTART . atch the door to start the cycle , Light Wash iii i _ i i st _ Lg _ t Wash Hot Sts t m For quickly washing loads of everyday disheswith light to medium soilsthat have not dried on . Qpon off o Be sure the door is unlatched . _ Pressthe NORMALpad . Slowly turn the Dial to LIGHTWASH . Latch the door to start the cycle . Start . . . . . . . . . . For NORMALor POTS , £ PANScycles selected by push button . Besure the door is unlatched , Slowly turn the Dial to START . iil i _ ; Pressthe NORMALpad or the Latch the door to start the cycle . ' : ? : it ! ? : POTS & PANSpad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . There is a time delay between start - up and water fill so you will not hear any wash action right away . 6
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About the unicouple ge . com Before Operating the Dishwasher the First Time Attach the faucet adapter . The specialfaucet adapter supplied with your dishwasher must be assembled to the sink faucet before you can use your dishwasheE The faucet adapter is designed to fit standard spouts having internal or external threads . Youwill find the adopter and two washers in the faucet adapter packet in your dishwashe _ To install faucet adapter , first remove the old aerator or trim ring on your faucet spout . If faucet has external threads : Insert the thinner of the two washers into the faucet adapter and attach it to the faucet spout . Tighten with pliers . If faucet has internal threads : Insert both of the washers into the faucet adapter and attach it to the faucet spout . Tighten with pliers . Ifthe faucet adapter threads do not match your faucet spout , your local hardware or plumbing supply store normally has additional fittings to adapt your faucet spout to the specialfaucet adapter . NOTE : A sink spray attachment hose can burst if it is installed on the same sinkwith your dishwashe _ Wesuggest that _ lOUdisconnectthe sink sprawal ttachment if _ loursinkhas oneand plug the hole . How to Connect the Unicouple The Unicouple'ssmall hose carries water Run the hot water faucet to purge coldt water from the hot water line . The ho water from the faucet to the dishwasher . Its largeure hose carries drain water to the sink . Bes must be between 120 ° Fand 150 ° Ffor best Unicouple is pointing toward the sink bowl wash performance . drain opening and the sink drain is open for Pull Unicoupleand its hoses completely outr water that will drain from your dishwasher . . . . . . . f . r . o . . m . . . . s . . torage compartment ocated at rea If your dishwasher drains into a disposer , of dishwasher . operate the disposer until it is completely empty before starting the dishwasher . Attach the Unicouple connector to the . . . . . . f . a . . u . . c . e . . t . . . a . dapter by depressing the co ar at Turn hot water fully on before starting the the top of the connector . When Unicouple is dishwasher . all the way up onto the adapter , releasethe Plugthe dishwasher power cord into the collar . It will then snap into position to lock _ ' * out et . the Unicouple in place . Pressure How to Disconnect the Dishwasher release Drain excesswater from the unicouple hoses Unplug the dishwasher . . . . . . . ( . s . . e . . e . . b . . e . . low ) . Pushthe hoses back into their Push the cord back into its storage location . i _ i iiiiii storage location . button _ _ Turn off the hot water . } Athe C , AUTION ; To protect yourself and Releasethe water pressureby depressing room from severesplashing , relievewater the pressure reease button . pressureprior to disconnecting the unicouple . Release the Unicouple from the faucet by . . . . . . . d . . e . . p . . r . e . . s . . s . . in . g the collar at the top of the Unicouple connector . How to Drain Excess Water From Unicouple Hoses Ifthe sink is 34 " or higher from the floor , the excesswater in Unicouple hosescannot be drained directly into the sink . It will be necessary to drain excesswater from hosesinto a bowl or suitable container that is held outside and lower than the sink .
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Using the dishwasher Checkthe Water Temperature The entering water must be at least 120 ° Fand run continuouslu into the glassuntil the temperature not more than 150 ° F , for effective cleaning and to stops rising . prevent dish damage . Checkthe water temperature Adjust the maximum / minimum temperature of the with a candy or meat thermometeE Turn on the water heater if necessary to deliver water at the hot water faucet nearestthe dishwasher , place proper temperature . the thermometer in a glass and let the water UseJet - Dry ® RinseAgent Jet - Dry _ or Cascade Crystal Clear _ rinse agents remove spots and prevent new film buildup on dishes , glasses , flatware , cookware and plastic . Filling the Dispenser Fillthe rinse agent dispenser until it reaches the bottom of lip inside the opening . Replacecap . To check if rinse agent is needed , remove the cap and look into the dispenseE A full dispensershould last about one month . tf the rinse agent spills , wipe up the excess . Proper Useof Detergent Useonlu detergent specificallu made for use in Besure the Dial is OFF before adding detergent . dishwashers . Cascade ® and Electrasol ® Automatic Otherwise , the detergent cup will not close and latch Dishwashing Detergents have been approved for use properly . Add detergent then close the main cup . in all GEdishwashers . Keepuour detergent fresh and dry . Don't put powder detergent into the dispenser until Uou'reready to wash dishes . Open _ _ The amount of detergent to use depends on whether your water is hard or soft . With hard water , you need extra detergent . With soft water , you need less Main _ detergent . Protect your dishes and dishwasher by contacting NOTE : To open detergent cup after it has been your water department and asking how hard your closed , simply turn the detergent cup handle water is . Twelve or more grains is extremely hard counterclockwise until it releases . A snapping wateEA water softener is recommended . Without it , sound may be heard . lime can build up in the water valve , which could DO NOT USEHAND DISH DETERGENT stick while open and cause flooding . Too much detergent with soft water can cause a permanent cloudiness of glassware , called etching . Usethe information in the table below as a guideline to determine the amount of automatic dishwasher detergent to place in the dispenseE NOTE : Usinga detergent that is not specifically Number designedfor dishwasherswill causethe dishwasher of Grains Detergent Cups to Fill to fill with suds . During operation , thesesudswill spill Lessthan 4 Fillto 1 / 3 of main cup out of the dishwasher vents , coveringthe kitchen floor and making the floor wet . 4 to 8 Fillto 2 / 3 of main cup Becauseso manu detergent containers look alike , 8 to 12 Fill main cup storethe dishwasher detergent in a separate space Greater than 12 Fill main cup and open cup from all other cleaners . Show anuone who may use the dishwasher the correct detergent and where it You'llfind two detergent dispenserson the inside door is stored . of your dishwasher . Allwash cycles requiredetergent While there will be no lasting damage to the in the main cup . When using automatic dishwashing dishwasher , uour disheswill not get clean using detergent tabs , simply place one tab inthe main cup and close . a dishwashing detergent that is not formulated to work with dishwashers .
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Loading the dishwasher racks ge . com For best dishwoshing results , follow these loading guidelines . Features and appearance of rocks and silverware baskets mag vary from gout model . Upper Rack Securelarger dishwasher - safeplasticsover The upper rack is for glasses , cups and two fingers when possible . saucers . Cupsand glasses fit best along the sides . Thisis also a secure place for Makesure small plastic items are secureso dishwasher - safe plastics . The upper rack is they can't fall onto the heating element . good for all kindsof odd - shaped utensils . Saucepans , mixing bowls and other items should be placed face down . Lower Rack The lower rack is best used for plates , When loading the lower rack , do not load saucers and cookware . Largeitems such as largeplatters or trablsin the front right careenTheblmoblprevent detergent from broiler pans and racks should go along the sides . Load platters , pots and bowls along circulating during the wash chicle . the sides , in corners or in the back . The soiled side of items should face the center of the rack . Don't blockthe wash Wash Tower tower or load tall things Keepthe center areaclear in the lower next to it . rack . Be sure items don't fall The wash tower risesthrough the through rack and block rotation of the sprag arm . center of the lower rack during the wash and rinse portions of the cgcle . Also , be careful 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 arm and causepoor washing results . Silverware Basket DON'T LET ANY ITEM EXTEND THROUGH Put flatware in the removable basket with BOTTOM OF SILVERWAREBASKETAND fork and knife handles up to protect gour RACK , TO ENSUREPROPERFUNCTION hands . Placespoons inthe basket with OF SPRAY ARM . handles down . Mix knives , forks and spoons so theg don't nest together Distribute evenlg . Small plastic items , such as measuring spoons and lids from small containers , should go in the bottom of the silverware basket with silverware on top .
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Loading place settings . . . Follow these guidelines for loading 10 place settings . Features and appearance of rocks and silverware baskets may vorg from your model . Upper Rack - - lO place settings Upper Rack - - lO place settings Lower Rack - - lO place settings = { _ = = = = = Upper Rack - - 12 place settings Upper Rack - - 12 place settings Lower Rack - - 12 place settings Forget to Add a Dish ? Aforgotten dish can be added any time before the main wash . _ i _ Push the door latch to the left . Once the water calms , open the dooESteam mag rise out of the dishwasheE iii , i , ! ] iiiiiiii ] Add forgotten dish . i Close the door and push the latch to the far right . Tips for Loading and Good Wash Performance _ : Don't block the lower rock wash towen _ : Don't let items foil through rock and block sprog arms . ! 0
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Caring for the dishwasher ge . com To cleon the control panel use a lightly dampened cloth , then drblthoroughly . To clean the exterior , use o good appliance polish . Never use sharp objects , scouring pads or harsh cleaners on ong part of the dishwoshen Protect Against Freezing If uour dishwasher is left in an unheated place Drain water from the inlet line and water during the winter , ask a service technician to : va ve . Use a pan to catch the wateE Reconnect the water inlet line to the Unplug the dishwasher from the wall outlet , iii iii i water va ve . Remove the Unicouple from the faucet , Disconnect the hose from the water va ve . Remove the plastic sump cover in the tub Sump cover screws bottom and use a sponge to soak up water in the rubber boot . 11
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Before you call for service . . . Troubleshooting Tips Save time and money ! Review the charts on the following pages , or visit ge . com You may R not need to coil for service . Problem Possible Causes What To Do Dishwasher won't run Fuseis blown , or the • Replacefuse or reset circuit breoke _ Removeong other appliances circuitbreaker tripped from the circuit . • TrU pressingthe START / RESEpTad ( Electronicmodels ) two times . Power is turned off • In some installations , power to the dishwasher is provided through a wall switch , often located next to the disposer switch . Hake sure it is on . Noise Some of the sounds • Soft food disposalshredding action . you'll hear are normal • Drain valve opening to pump water out . • Timer control as cgcle progresses . • Detergent cup opening . • The motor starting and stopping during the cycle . Utensils are not secure • Hake sure everuthing is secured in dishwashe , in rack or somethingsmall has dropped into rack Rattling dishes when • Hake sure dishesore properlU loaded . Seethe Loading the the spray arm rotates dishwasher rocks section . Motor hums • Dishwasher has not been used on a regular basis . If Uoudo not use uour dishwasher often , set it to fill and pump out once everUweek . Thiswill help keep the seal moist . Water standing in This is normal • A small amount of clean water around the outlet on the tub bottom the bottom of the tub at the back of the tub keepsthe water seal lubricated . Suds in the tub Wrong detergent • Useonlu automatic dishwasher detergents to ovoid sudsing . was used Cascade ® , Cascade ® Complete and Electraso ® l Automatic Dishwashing Detergents have been approved for use in all GEdishwashers . • To remove sudsfrom the tub , open the dishwasher and let suds dissipate . Add i gallon of cold water to the tub . Closeand latch the dishwashen Pump out water by slowly turning the Dial until a drain period is reached . Repeatif necessary . Rinse agent was spilled • Always wipe up rinse agent spillsimmediately . Stained tub interior Some tomato - based • Useof the RINSEONLYcgcle after adding the dish to the load foods can cause reddish can decreasethe level of staining . GErecommends Cascade ® steins Plastic Booster to help remove these types of stains . Tea or coffee steins • Removethe stain by hand , using a solution of 1 / 2 cup bleach and 3 cupswarm water A WARNING Before cleaning the interior , wait at least 20 minutes after o cgcle for the heating elements to cool down . Failureto do so can result in burns . An overall yellow or • A special filter in the water supply lineis the only way to correct brown film can be this problem . Contact a water softener company . caused by iron deposits in water White film on inside • GErecommends Jet - Dry ® or Cascade Crystal CleaP _ to help surface - - hard water prevent hard water mineral deposits from forming . minerals • Rundishwasher with citric acid to remove mineral deposits . Citric acid ( Part number : WD35X151 ) can beordered through GEParts . See back cover for ordering information . 12
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ge . com Problem Possible Causes What To Do Dishes don't dry Low inlet water • Hake sure inlet water temperature is at least 120 ° E temperature • Select HEATED DRY . • Use HOT STARToption , • Select a higher cycle , such as POTS & PANS . Rinseagent dispenser * Check therinseagentdispenserand filalsrequired , isempty Dishesand flatware Inletwater temperature * Run hotwaterfaucetpriortoconnectingtheUnicoupletopurgecold not clean is below 120 ° R water from the hot water line . • Use HOTSTARTand POTS & PANS . • Raise the water heater temperature to 120 ° E Too little detergent * See Using the dishwasher section , refer to Proper Use of Detergent for detergent recommendations . Old or dump powdered * See Using the dishwasher section , refer to Proper Use of Detergent for detergent detergent recommendations . Water pressure is * Turn on a faucet . Is water coming out more slowly than usual ? If so , temporarily low wait until pressure is normal before using your dishwasheE Improper rack loading * Make sure large dishware does not block detergent dispenser or wash arm . Spots and filming Extremely hard water • Use Jet - Dry ® or Cascade Crystal Clear _ rinse agents to remove spots on glasses and and prevent new film buildup . Low inlet water flatware • To remove stubborn spots and pre - existing film from glassware : temperature 1 Remove all metal utensils from the dishwasheE Overloading the dishwasher 2 Do not add detergent . 3 Select the longest cgde . Improper loading Old or damp powder 4 Start the dishwasher and allow to run until the detergent cup opens . Dishwasher will now be in the main wash . detergent 5 Open the door and pour 2 cups ( 500 ml ) of white vinegar into the Rinse agent dispenser bottom of the dishwasheE empty Too little detergent 6 Close the door and allow to complete the cgcle . If vinegar rinse doesn't work : Repeat as above , except use 1 / 8 cup ( 60 ml ) of citric acid crystals instead of vinegar . Cloudiness on Combination of soft * This is called etching and is permanent . To prevent this from glassware water and too much happening , use less detergent if you have soft water . Wash glassware in detergent the shortest cgcle that will get it clean . Water temperature • Lower the water heater temperature . entering the dishwasher exceeds 150 ° R Detergent cup lid Timer dial is not in the * Turn the timer dial to OFF , won't latch OFF position Detergent left in Dishes are blocking the • Reposition the dishes . dispenser cups detergent cups Steam This is normal * Steam comes through the vent bg the door latch during drying and when water is being pumped out . Black or gray Aluminum utensils have * Remove marks with a mild , abrasive cleaner . marks on dishes rubbed against dishes 13
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GE Dishwasher Warrants All warranty service provided by our Factory Service Centers , Staple your receipt here . or an authorized Customer Care c _ technician . To schedule Proof of the original pumhase service , on - line , 24 hours a day , visit us at go . cam , or call date is needed to obtain service 800 . GE.CARES ( 800.432.2737 ) . Please have serial number and under the warranty , model number available when calling for service . For The Period Of : GE Will Replace : One Year Any part of the dishwasher which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship . During From the dote of the this limited one - year warranty , GEwill also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service original purchase to replace the defective part . What Is Not Covered : • Service trips to gour home to teach gou how to use • Incidental or consequential damage caused bg possible the product . defects with this appliance . • Improper installation , deliverg or maintenance . • Cleaning or servicing of the air gap device in the drain line . • Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other than the intended purpose or used commerciallg . • Damage caused after deliverg . • Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit • Product not accessible to provide required service . breakers . • Damage to the product caused bg accident , fire , floods or acts of God . EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES - - Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty . Any implied warranties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law . 1 This warranty is extended to the origina ! purchaser and ong succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA . If the product is located in on area where service bg o GE Authorized Servicer is not available , you mag be responsible for o trip charge or Sou may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GE Service location . In Alaska , the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to sour home . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages . This warrants gives you specific legal rights , and you mag also have other rights which vary from state to state . To know what sour legal rights ore , consult your local or state consumer affairs office or sour state's Attorneg General . Warrantor : General Electric Company . Louisville , KY 40225 15
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Consumer Support ge . com Have a question or need assistance with uour appliance ? Tr U the GE Appliances Website 24 hours a da U , ' I aGn UEdaAUpof ptheliuaeand cFoer sgreaWter ecobnvseniietnece and faster service , UOUcan now download Owner's Manuals , order parts or even schedule service on - line . ScheduleService ge . com Expert GErepair service is onlUone step awa Ufrom uour door Get on - line and schedule uour service at uour convenience 24 hours anu dau of the uead Or call 800 . GECARES ( 800.432.2737 ) during normal business hours . RealLife DesignStudio ge . com GE supports the Universal Design concept - products , services and environments that can be used bu people of all ages , sizes and capabilities . We recognize the need to design for a wide range of phusical and mental abilities and impairments . For details of GE's Universal Design applications , including kitchen design ideas for people with disabilities , check out our Website todau . For the hearing impaired , please call 800 . TDD.GEAC ( 800.833.4322 ) . Extended Warranties ge . com Purchase a GE extended warrant U and learn about special discounts that are available while uour warrant U is still in effect . You can purchase it on - line anutime , or call 800.626.2224 during normal business hours . GE Consumer Home Services will still be there after uour warrant U expires . Parts and Accessories ge . com Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can have parts or accessories sent directlu to their homes [ I ( VISA , MasterCard and Discover cards are accepted ) . Order on - line todau , 24 hours everu dag or bg phone at 800.626.2002 during normal business hours . J Instructions contained in this manual cover procedures to be performed bg ang user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing mug cause unsafe operation . Contact Us ge . com If UOUare not satisfied with the service UOUreceive from GE , contact us on our Website with all the details including uour phone number , or write to : General Manager , Customer Relations GE Appliances , Appliance Park Louisville , KY 40225 In Canada write to : Director , Customer Relations , Mabe Canada Inc . Suite 310 , 1 Factor U Lane Moncton , N . B . EIC 9iVl3 ge . com Register sour new appliance on - line - - at sour convenience ! Timel U product registration will allow ' l fRor eenghainscetdercomYmounuicartioAn ppanldiaprnomcpteservice under the terms of uour warrantu , should the need arise . You mag also mail in the pre - printed registration card included in the packing material . _ ' _ Printed in the United 5totes _ Printed on Recgcled Paper
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