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Owner's Manual Dishwasher ZBD6800 ZBD6880 ZBD6890 ZBD0700 ZBD0710 ge . com Monogram :
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Consumer Infbrmation Dishwasher Introduction Your new Monogram dishwasher makes an eloquent statement of st } le , convenience and kitchen planning flexibility . Whether you chose it fl _ r its pm'ity of design , practical teatures or assiduous attention to detail - - or fl ) r all of these reas ( ms - - vou'll find that your Monogram dishwasher's superior blend of fl _ rm and fimction will delight you fi ) r years to come . The infl ) rmation on the following pages will help you operate and maintain yore " dishwasher properly . If you have any other questions , visit our Website at : , W . com Problem Solver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 - 19 Contents Appliance Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 , 23 , 24 Safew Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 , 5 Care and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Consumer Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 , 20 U . S . A . _ ' Lirranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Model and Serial Number I , ocation . . . . . . . 24 Canada Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Operating InstI uctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 1 4 Control Panel and Operation . . . . . . . . 6 - 8 I , ighting Featm'es . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Water Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Rinse Agent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Dish Preparation Prior to Loading . . . . . 10 Detergents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Dishwash er Racks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 - 1 4
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Consumer Inff ) rmation D is h w as h er Read this manual carefully . It is intended to If you don't tmderstand something or need Be / bre help you operate and maintain your new more help , there is a list of toll - fl'ee consmner using service numbers included on the Consumer dishwasher properly . your Serxices page in the back section of this Keep it handy for answel _ to your questions . dishwasher lnan tla ] . OR Visit our Website at : ge . com - Write _ lf ( ) H Call locate your Illodel alld serial llHI / / bers Before sending in the card , please write these nmnbers here : on the mb , < dl just inside the door . down the model & Model Number serial numbers Serial Number Use these lltlI / lbers ill all } correspolldence or service calls concerning } our dishwasher . Immediatel } contact the dealer ( or builder ) ( / ' you received that sold you the dishx _ asher . a damc _ ged dishwasher Save time Before ) ou request service , check the Problem It lists causes of minor operating problems that Solxer in the back of this manual . ? ou can correct yourself . & money To obtain service , see the Consmner Services For cuslomers in Canada : [ / you page in the back of this manual , need service FIRST , contact the people who serviced your aI _ pliance . Explain why you are not pleased . We're proud of our service and want you to be pleased . If _ br some reason you are not happy In most cases , this will solve the problem . with the se _ Mce you receive , here are steps to NEXT , if you are still not pleased , write all the fi ) llow for turther help . details - - including yore " phone numbe _ to : For customers in the USA : Manager , Consumer Relations Camco Inc . FIRST , contact the people who serviced your appliance . Explain why you are not pleased . 1 Factory Lane , Suite 310 Moncton , N . B . E 1C 9M3 In most cases , this will solve the problem . NEXT , if you are still not pleased , contact us on our website , write all the details - - induding your phone ntlI / / ber - - or write to : Manager . Customer Relations GE Appliances Appliance Park Louisville , IZY40225
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING . t For your safety , the information in this manual mtLst be followed to minimize the risk of fire or explosion , elecaJc shock , and to prevent property damage , personal injury , or death . WARNING . t WATER HEATER SAFETY allow them to run tbr several minutes . Do this Under certain cm _ di6ons kydmg _ m gm m _ ff be / noduced in a water keater that ha . _ not been used beflwe using any electrical appliance which is connected to tile hot water system . This simple fiw two wed : . _ or mmr _ . HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE . procedure will allow any built - up hydrogen gas to escape . Since tile gas is flammable , do not smoke If tile hot water has not been used tot two weeks Or rise aIl open flalne or appliance dtllJilg or more , prexent tile possibili _ ' of damage or this process . iI ) jtuy by turning on all hot water timcets and PROPER INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE 77 _ i . s'di _ kwasker musl b _ properly installed and located in acco _ zlana witk lt , Installation Instru ( tions bqfim it is used , l / you did not " m ( _ iv _ an Installalion Instru ( tion . _ stuet witk your diskwa . 4 , _ , you ( an _ ( eive on _ by vidting our w _ bsit _ at ge . ( om . • Connect to a grounded metal , pemmnent wiring • Do not attelnpt to repair or replace any part system ; or run an equipment - grounding of your dishwasher Ulfless it is spedfically conductor with tile circuit conclucto _ and recolnlnelMed in this inalmal . M1 other servicing connect to tile equipment - grounding temfinal should be reterred to a qualified techlfician . or lead of tile appliance . • To minimize the possibili _ ' of electric shock , • Improper connection of tile equipment - discolmect this appliai _ ce from the power supply grounding conductor can result in a risk of befi ) re attempfiI _ g anv nmiI _ telmnce . electric shock . Check with a qualified electrician NOTE : 7 : urni , g " the dMzwa , sher q / , / does m ) t or se _ Mce representative if you are in doubt di , v ormect the appliaz * ce fiom tlu : p ¢ _ ver st @ @ whether tile appliance is properly grounded . 1,1 _ r , e ( ommer _ d havb _ g " a qualified la : Nzician • Dispose of discarded appliances and shipping s _ n'vi ( e your applian ( e . or packing material properly . a , CA UTION : minoinriury or property damage • Non - Dishware Items : Do not wash items such • Contents washed in Anti - bacterial mode , if as electronic air cleaner filte _ , fiu'nace filte _ axailable , may be hot to the touch . [ . lse care befiwe handling . and paint brushes in your dishwasher : Damage to dishwasher and discoloration or staining of • Using a detergent that is dishwasher may result . not specifically designed tot dishwashe _ will cause • Close superxision is necessary if this appliance tile dishwasher to fill with is used by or near children . silos . • I , oad light , plastic items so they will not become dislodged and drop to tile bottom • If ) ore " dishwasher is connected to a _ - - - , . _ wall switch , ensure that tile switch is of tile dishwashe _ they might come into Oil prior to rise . contact with tile heating element and be damaged . • On dishwashe _ with electronic controls , if ) ou choose to turn tile switch off between wash cycles allow 5 - 10 seconds atter turning the sxdtch on befiwe touching START / RESET to allow tile control to reboot .
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING . t RISK OF CHILD ENTRAPMENT PROPER DISPOSAL OF THE DI SHWA SHER Junked or abandoned dishwashers are dangerous . . . even if they will sit flw ' ijust a few days . " If you are getting rid of your old dishwasher ; please flfllow the instructions below to help prevent accidents . Before You Throw Away Your Old Dishwasher : * Take off the door of the x _ ashing compartment or remoxe the door latch keeper ( as shown ) . keeper the fidkmffng : • Use this appliance OlflV for its intended pull _ ose • Do not touch the heatilw _ elen / ent durii _ g , or * / as described in this Owners Malmal . imlnediatel _ after use . • Use only powder ; tabs , liquid detelgents or rinse • Do not operate your dishwasher Ulfless all agents reeonmmnded for use in a dishwasher and enclosure panels are properly ill place . kee I ) them out of the reach of children . Caseade ® , • Do not talnper with controls . Cascade ® ( _ bmplete and Eledrasol ® Autolnatic Do not abuse , sit on or stand on the door or dish Dishwashing Detergents , andJeVDry ® and • rack ot the dishwasher . Cascade Rinse Aid ® rinse agents have been approved for use in all GE dishwashers . • Do not allow children to play arotmd dishwasher when opening or closing door due to the • I , ocate shai I ) itelns so that they are not likely possibility of slnall fingeI _ being pinched in dooi : to damage the door seal . Do not discard a dishwasher without fii _ t • i , oad shaq ) knives with the handles up to reduce • ren _ oving the door of the washing colnpai - tn _ ei _ t . the risk of cut - type ii _ juries . Do not store or rise COlllb / lstible illatelJals , • Do not wash plastic itelns unless nlarked • gasoline or other flalmnable \ upoi _ and liquids in dishwasher safe or the equiwflent . For plastic the vicilfitv of this or any other appliance . itelns not so inarked , check the inalmfi _ cmrer's i'ecoil / illendations . • Do not allow chikh'ei _ to play with , on or inside this appliance or any discarded appliance . RE4D AND FOIZ OW 7 _ IS SAbE7T INFORMA7YON ( _ AREbULLY SAVETHESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Control Panel D is hw as he r ZBD6800andZBD6880 I ' _ your model • ooo . _ . " . ' ENSEONLY . _ , ' . ; ; E ° _ : ' _ O . . . . . . . . . " : " • CtEMt number on the • NORMAL _ im _ 3sEc tub wall just inside the door Fq Xl gl % g ] [ 7 ! 1 % Throughout this manua l , , fi _ at ures and appearance ZBD0710 E _ may vat ) ' J ) ' om • C00KWAR [ • RINSE ONLY I _ ELAY PRE your model . ORY D _ s _ c • CLEAN D XIKID % K ] [ 7 ! 1 % ZBD6890andZBD0700 E _ • AmI - eACTERIAL ¢ SPEED CYCLE * pLAS ' [ 1CS CYCLE A _ Ej3 eRE O • ADO - A - DISH • COOI ( WARE • CHINACItYSTAL • P , ] NSEONLY OE LAY • SENSING • ORYING START TIMEREMAININ G • NORMAL • GLASSES _ _ tl0L ° _ S _ C • WASHING • • CLEANSANITIZED gl D Xl [ Nr - qglgl [ 7 ! 1 % zx Control [ ] Wash Cycles Use the arrow pads v to scroll through the wash cycles . The light aboxe or next to the selected pad x _ illbe ON to indicate which \ _ . SH CYCI _ Ehas been selected . Settings NOTE : " Ntis dishwasher is equipped _ ith an Extn , Clean r ' _ Sensor _ ith automatic temperature control ; thereti ) re , cycle time and total water c ( msmnption ma } _ ar } de [ ) ending , on soil ( hem % medium , light ) and temperature conditions . ANTI Heavy 9.1 g _ allons , 92 mim _ tes BACTERIAL Meditml 7.8 g _ dlons , 89 minutes Light 6.5 g _ dlons , 87 milmtes This cycle r _ fises the t _ ter temperature in the final rinse to sanitize your dislm _ tre . The ctcle length will vai ) depending on the temperature of } _ ) ur inlet water . NOTE : The Anti - Bacterial c _ vle is monitored fi ) r sanitizafion requil _ ments . If the cvcle is interrupted during or after fl _ e main wash portion or if the incoming _ ter tempe _ m _ re is so low that adequate _ ter heating cannot be achimed , the sanitizing conditions may not be met . In these cases , the sanitized light will not illuminam at the end of the c ? , cle . NSF INTERNATIONAL Meets NSF Standard 184 Sanitization and Cleaning performance of household spray - type dishwashers . NOTE : NSF certified residenti _ fl dishwashers are not intended tot licensed ti ) od establishments . COOKWARE Heavy 10.4 g _ , dlons , 102 minutes Medium 9.1 g _ dlons , 77 minutes Light 7.8 gvdlons , 72 l ; qinutes This cvcle is meant for heavily soiled dishes or cook _ u'e with dried - on or baked - on soils . This cvvle mm not remo _ e burne ( 1 - on foods . Ever \ Liar dishes are sate to be used in this cv ( le . NORMAL Heavy 9.1 g _ , dlons , 78 minutes Medium 6.5 g _ , dlons , 60 minutes Light . 5 . _ 9 , gvdl ° ns , 49 minutes This cycle is I ( ) Fmedium / hea _ ily soiled dishes and glassware . SPEED CYCLE Heavy 7.8 gallons , 37 minutes ( on some models ) Medium 6.5 g _ , dlons , 33 minutes Light 5.2 gvdlons , 29 milmtes This cvcle is ] [ ( ) Fe _ el'vdav dishes and glassware .
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Control Panel / Operation l ) is hw as he r CHINA Heavy 9.1 gallons , 53 minutes CRYSTAL Medium 7.8 gallons , 45 minutes Light 6.5 gallons , 38 minutes This cxcle is for lightl ) soiled china and cr _ stal . GLASSES Heavy 9.1 _ , , ' / 1 , 4 ( 1 minutes Medium 7.8 o - ql 30 minutes ( on some models ) Light 6.5 _ , ml , 20 minutes This Qcle is sl ) ecificallx designed , for , glasses . PLASTICS Heavy 9.1 gal . , 120 minutes CYCLE Medium 7.8 gal . , 105 minutes ( on some models ) Light 6.5 gal . , 90 minutes This cycle is specifically designed to reduce the risk of melting plastic items and improve plastic drying for dishwasher sMb plastic items , RINSE ONLY Heavy 2.6 gallons , 7 minutes Light 1.3 gallons , 4 minutes For rinsing partial loads that will be washed later . Do not use detergent with this cycle . [ ] DELAY START This option will allow you to delay tile start time of any wash cycle flw up to 8 or 24 hours ( depending on model ) . * Select tile delay start time you want by pressing tile DELAY START pad . Multiple or continuous piessing will increment tile delay hours . Select tile nmnber of hours you want to delay tile start of tile cycle . Then press START / RESET . * After closing tile doo _ ; tile machine will count down and automatically start at the correct time . NOTE : To cancel tile DELAY START selection before tile cycle begins , press the DELAY START pad until the displa ) is blank . Pressing START / RESET will not cancel delax horn's . [ ] ADDED HEAT _ hen selected , the c ) cle will run longer with he ' _ tiw , , b elements on to improxe both _ < _ sh and dr } performance . NOTE : Cam _ ot be selected with RINSE ( ) NIX Qcle . [ ] PRE WASH - - For use _ ith heaxilx soiled and / or dried - on , baked - on soils . This option ( on some models ) MUST be selected PRIOR to . stqrtino , _ tile cx cle . This option adds 16 minutes to tile cxcle time . NOTE : Camlot be selected with RINSE ONlY cxcle . [ ] HEATED - - When selected , turns tile drying heater and tim on fl ) r fast DRY drying . This option will extend the cycle time bv 30 minutes fl ) r tile ANTI - BACTERIAL cycle , 38 minutes fl _ r tile NORMAL cycle and COOI4A , \ ; _ RE cycle , 8 minutes tor the SPEED cycle , 15 minutes tbr the PLASTICS cycle and 30 minutes tot all other cycles . When this is NOT selected , tile tim will turn on to dry your dishes without added heat - - and energy is saved . NOTE : Cam _ ot be selected with RINSE ONlY Qcle . [ ] LOCK _ You can lock tile controls to prevent any selections li'om being made . Or you ran lock tile controls : dter wm have started a cycle . Children cannot accidentally start the dishwasher by touching pads with this option selected . To lock tile dishwasher controls , press and hold tile HEATED DRY pad for 3 seconds . Tile LOCK light will turn on . To unlock the dishwasher controls , press and hold tile HEATED DRY pad ior 3 seconds . Tile LOCK light will ttlrn o _ t .
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Control Panel / OperaOon Dishwasher [ ] Status Indicator Lights ( indicators vat } by model ) The Status display tells you what is happening while the dishwasher is in operation . The lights will come ON , indicating the sequence of the dishwasher operation . SENSING Displayed while the ExtraClean r _ Sensor is measuring the aulo / ult of soil and temperature of water . The dishwasher will at ! just the selected cycle to achieve optimal perfln'mance . ADD - A - DISH Displayed dm'ing prewash indicating that dishes added now will still be cleaned . WASHING Displayed during prewash , main wash and rinse periods . DRYING Displayed dm'ing HEATED DRY . SANITIZED Displayed when cycle has met sanitization conditions . CLEAN Displayed when a wash cycle and enhancements are complete . [ " _ Time Remaining Display ( on some models ) Dm'ing operation , the display shows the minutes remaining tmtil the cycle is complete . The display may at ! JuS the remaining time while the Sensing light is on . The time displayed at the sta _ of each cycle may change fl'om the factory setting as the trait customizes itself to home use . During a delay stare the display will show hours of time remaining until the cycle starts . [ ] START / RESET START - - After selecting the cycle and desired enhancements , press the START / RESET pad to ready the disi _ washer to begin the cycle . Close the door to start the cycle or begin the DEI , AY START countdown . When the cycle starts , the water fill begins and approximately 60 seconds later the wash action begins . The dishwasher will always display your last selection and enhancements . If you don't want to change the settings , simply press the START / RESET pad to ready the dishwasher and close the door to begin the cycle . NOTE : If the START / RESET light is flashing , the cycle has been interrupted . I , ight will stop flashing after the dishwasher automatically pumps out the water . Close the door to allow the water to pmnp out ( this takes approximately 70 seconds ) . When the light stops flashing , the dishwasher can be reprogrammed and restarted . Also , if a power fiulure occurs NORMAl , and HEATED DRY will automatically be programmed . Make any new selections and press the START / RESET pad to begin the new cycle . RESET - - Open the door slowly to prevent splash - out . Press the START / RESET pad to cancel the cycle and close the door . Dishwasher will ptunp out and turn oit aiter 70 seconds . NOTE : If the START / RESET light is flashing , the cycle has been inteH upted . I , ight will stop flashing atter the dishwasher automatically ptu / ips ( ) sit the water . Close the door to alh ) w the water to pmnp out ( this takes approximately 70 seconds ) . When the light stops flashing , the dishwasher can be reprogrammed and restarted . [ ' _ Clean - - The CI , EAN light is ilhuninated and a double beep will sotmd when the selected cycle and enhancements are complete . You may remove the dishes at any time . Note the high - efficiency tim will run quietly fiw 30 minutes to 4 horn's ( depending on selected cycle ) after the CLEAN light is illuminated to continue diying the dishes . This can be stopped by opening the door and pressing any keypad . NOTE : To turn off the double beep indicator ( or re - activate it if it was previously disengaged ) , press the HEATED DRY pad 5 times within 3 seconds . A triple beep will sound to indicate the end - oiZcycle beep option has been toggled .
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Using the dishwasher Dishwasher Interior Lights ( on some models ) Lighting The interior Xenon lights provide better Do not attempt to replace the bulbs . If light l ) ' atures ( on visibility tot loading and unloading . Thev come bulb replacement is necessary , please contact some models ) on when the door is opened and tuYn oJ [ i [ when the GE Answer Center t0r service by calling 1.800.696.2000 . the door is latched . The lights will turn oIt atter 15 minutes if the door remains tmlatched . To turn the lights back on latch and reopen the ( looE End - of - Cycle Indicator Light ( on some models ) The end - ot : cvcle indicator light is located on Note that the high - efficiency tan will rtm quietly the right side of the dishwasher , above the fi ) r 30 minutes to 4 hours ( depending on the handle . This light comes on when the selected selected cycle ) after the end - ot _ cvcle indicator cvcle and enhancements are complete . The light is illuminated to continue drying the light will stay on tmtil the door is opened . The dishes . Opening the door and pressing any dishes may be rein oved at anv time . keypad will stop the tim . The entering water must be at least 120 ° F nearest the dishwasheL place the thermometer Waler ( 49 ° C ) and not more than 150 ° F ( 66 ° C ) , tiw in a glass and let the water mn continuously into 7bmperature efli _ ctive cleaning and to prevent dish damage . the glass tmtil the temperatm'e stops rising . Check the _ z _ ter temperature with a candy or meat thermometer Turn on the hot water fimcet A rinse agent improves ( li T peril ) finance , Turn the dispenser cap to the left and lift it Use a Rinse reduces spots and prevents new fihn build - up Otlt . Add rinse agent tlntil the indicator window Agent shows fldl . on your dishes , glasses , flatware , cookware and plastic . Jet - Dry ® and Cascade Rinse Aid ® Clean up any spilled rinse agent with a damp are recommended rinse agents lot Monogram cloth . Replace the dispenser cap . Dishwashers . The anlount of rinse agent released into the The rinse agent dispenser holds 3.5 oz . of rinse final wash can be a ( ! justed . The thcto _ T setting agent . Under nomml conditions , this will last is at the midpoint . If there are rings of calcimn approximately one month . Try to kee I ) it flfll , ( hard water ) spots on dishes , try a higher but do not overfill . setting . If there is toaming , use a lower setting . To fill the rinse agent dispenser ; make sure the To a ( ! just the setting , remove the dispenser cap ; dishwasher is flflly open . then ttlrn the a ( ! juster counterclockwise to increase the anlount of rinse agent . Rinseagent adjuster
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Using the dishwasher D i s hw as h er Dish • No px > fnsing of normal food soil is l > quired . • Remove leaf _ vegetables , meat trimmings and excessive amounts of grease or oil . • Scr , q ) e off hard soils , inclu ( fing bones , toothpicks , Preparation skins and seeds . • P , emove acidic food soils that can discolor stainless Prior to steel . • Remo \ e large quantities of any l _ maining tbod . Loading A fbrgotten dish can be added am time befbre the 3 . Add forgotten dishes . P rget to main wash . 4 . Close the dool : Add a 1 . Open the door slightly . Dish ? 2 . V _ hituntil the water sln'a } action stops . Steam ma _ iJse out of the dishwashel : Use only detergent specifically made for use in Main wash Detergents disl - nv : Mlers . Cascade ® , Cascade Complete ® and FleOrasol ® Automatic Dishwashing Demrgems ha _ e been approved for use in all Monognun Dishwashers . Cover Keep ! : our po * _ tered detergent fi'esh and dr b Don't put latch deteNent into the dispenser until vou'i'e i _ ady to _ lsl / Pre - wash dishes . section All wash ( } des except RINSE ONI N require detergent . Do not use hand dish detergent . The amount of detergent m use depends on whether ! / our _ lwl " is hwd or scffL that is not specifically designede Protect your dishes and dishwasher by contacting your for dishwashers _ villcause th wamr deparunent and asking how hard } our wamr is . dishwasher to fill _ qth suds . T * _ el _ e or more groins is extremely hard wamr . Awater _ _ NOTE : Using a detergent During opemOon , these suds softener is recommended . Without it , lime can build will spill ( ) lit of the distmuMmr up in the water \ alve , which could stick _ dlile open and _ ents , covering the kimhen floor and making the cause flooding . Too much ( lemrgent with soft water t ] oor wet . can cause a permanent cloudiness of glassw _ u'e , called elr ' / & N : Because so ma W dete * gent containers look alike , store fl _ e dishwasher demrgent in a separam spaceuse _ e detergent cup has indicator lilies to help you . fi'om all other cleane * s . Sho * v anu me _ q / o max the Use the right amount of detergent . ) , s a guide : dishwasher the correct dete * gen { and _ d - tere i { is stored . For Soft _ mr ( wamr hardness < 4 ( ' , rains Per Gallon , \ _ & ile fl _ ere will be no lasOng damage to the ( lish * v ; M / ec GPG ) , fill cup to the O , st line . > ur dishes will not get clean using a dishwashing For Medium water ( 4 _ S GPG ) , fill cup m the second demrgent that is not ibm / ulated to * _ wk wifl _ line . dishwashers . For Medium hard _ ater ( 8 - 12 GPG ) , fill cup . Drying Fan ( on some models ) For Extremel _ hard water ( > 19 _ ( , • PG ) • , fill both cups . Top Control Panel Soft Medium Medium Extremely I hard hard a ( hsdng toed _ , qthmodaerles equfiirpep " : _ / assist in d @ ng dishes _ _ b _ , I ) ulling , air through the tub after the wash _ cxcle . PRE If the Heated Dr } option is selecwd , then the dr qng fire will run during the drying por0on of the c } cle and MAINWASH WASH tip to 2 hours after the CI , E _ N light is on , depending on the selected * _ ; _ st _ Qcle . If the Heated Dr } option is not used , then the CI , EAN light will come on at the end of fl _ e final rinse and the fan will run up to 4 horns , depending on the selected * _ sl / wcle . To fill the ( fispensen if the dispenser is closed , If the Rinse Only _ : _ sh cycle is selecmd , the Heated D U open the co _ er b _ depressing the cover latch . opOon is autom _ Oc : dly mnled oft and the duing fhn Add detergent to the Main Wash section , as per will run % r 4 hours . guidelines . Fill the Pre - * _ ash secOon if " * v _ tteris extremeN hard . Then close the dispenser co _ ei : If the duing tim is running and the CI , E , _ light is on , the dr } ing thn can be turned off bv opening the door It is nonnal for the cover to open partially _ hen and [ _ ressing , , arlv , key , orl the ke ) pad . dis , [ _ ensing , detergent , . 10
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I , oading the Racks Dishwasher Features and appearance of racks and Tile upper rack is good flw all kinds of Upper Rack silverware basket may vary from your model . odd - shaped utensils . Saucepans , mixing bowls and other items sho / fld be placed time down . Although the upper rack is tot glasses , cups Fold - down tines ( on some models ) provide and sauce * _ , pots and pans call be placed ill flexibility for extra - large and hard - to - fit items . this rack tkw effective cleaning . Cups and glasses fit best along tile sides and should be S ( _ cu * * , la * _ ger dishwash ¢ > s @ plastics over 2 tin _ s placed open - end down . This is also whe _ z pos : sible . a secure place for dishwasher plastics . Make sur _ small p / asti _ items a * _ , se _ u * _ , so th _ 9 ' _ an ' l Tile utility shelf ( on some models ) may be . fi _ ll onto the heate _ : placed in tile up or down position to add Be sur _ that items do not protruch _ throug'h the bottom flexibility . ( _ / the * _ 1 _ and b / od _ rotation ( ( the midd # spray arm . This could * _ , sult in poor wash pe < ] brmance , fin ' items ir _ the i @ per * vlc [ ¢ . Check to mahe sur _ that no items will block rotation ( j the wash arm . A wine glass hoMer ( on some models ) secures wine glasses tot best washability . Because wine glasses come ill various sizes , atter loading , slowly push ill the rack to make sure they will clear tile top of tile dishwasher . 11
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I , oading the Racks Dishrvasher Tile standard position of your ac ! justable rack To lower the rack , support the weight of tile A ( { ] ustable is " ui : ; ' which allows fl _ r maxim um clearance tot rack with yore " bands as shown and press both Upper Rack your taller items in tile lower rack . If you have finger pads about 1 / 4 " toward tile inside of tile ( O ; Vt SOT ! _ e taller wine glasses , tumblers or other items to rack as indicated and guide tile rack down to models ) place in tile upper rack , you may want to at ! just its lower position . tile rack to tile lower position . rlIIIJl H 1F IF IF " IF | _ I II II II II II ! IJ II II H To raise the rack to tile " up " position , pull up on tile renter of tile rack side fl'ame until tile rack locks into plare . To load flatware , simply push tile ac ! justable A variety of options are available regarding tile Silverware handle to either side ( on some models ) . three - piece silverware basket ( on some models ) Basket ill your dishwasher . Tile complete basket is Put flatware ill tile remo \ : lble basket with fl ) rk designed to fit on tile right side of the lower and knish bandies up to protect your bands . rack . Additionall > each end of the basket is Place spoons in tile basket with bandies down . removable to add loading flexibility to Mix knives , flwks and spoons so they don't nest accommodate flatware and lower rack together . Distribute evenl > Small plastic items , capacity needs . such as measuring spoons and lids fl'om small containers should go ill the bottom of the silverware basket with the silverware on top . itemextend throughbottom Don't letany Tile one - piece silverware basket can be placed ill the fi'ont , right side or back of tile lower rack . Three - piece basket ( on some models ) Tile lids of both end and middle baskets ( on some models ) can be closed to contain small items . Long items call be placed on tile utility shelf ill tile upper rack . One - piece basket ( on some models ) To remove end baskets , grasp the basket at opposite corners and slide apart . 12
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I , oading the Racks l ) is h w a sh er Tile lower rack is best used for plates , sauce _ s and Mso , be carefifl not to let a portion of an item Lower Rack cookware , imge items such as broiler pans and such as a pot or dish handle extend through the bottom rack . This could block tile wash am _ and baking racks should go along the left - hand side . I , oad platte _ s , pots and bowls along the sides , in cause poor washing results . corne _ s or in the back . The soiled side of items Fol & down fines ( on some models ) provide should ti _ ce the center of the rack . If necessm T , fleMbiliW fin " extra - large and hard - to - fit items . oversized glasses and mugs can be placed in the Tile fines may be left in tile up position or fi ) lded lower rack to maximize loading flexibility . down to c / istoi / lize tile lower rack . _ hm can remove tile upper rack to allow space fiw Replace tile end caps , then push tile rails all tile Pu ? move the lmge items in tile lower rack . wax back into tile dishwasher . Slide tile shower Upper Rack llOZZle attachi / / ellt ovel " tile spout . To remove tile upper rack , push thumb tab Otlt and remo \ v tile fl'ont end caps on each side ot tile rail . , Shower nozzle attachment Then fill tile lower rack and begin your cycle . Pull tile rack straight out and off tile rails . NOTE : Nozzle must be in place with upper rack removed . If not installed properl > poor wash peltinmance and noise will result . NOTE : Don't fi ) rget to remove tile showe _ nozzle attachment befin'e you replace tile upper rock . Cutlery Tray Extra Rach l ' ) ? atures Tile cutler _ tray holds up to 4 large kni _ bs such as a carver , chef's kni _ vs , bread knife , etc , that are ( 071 SO _ l'lg too tall to fit ill tile silverware basket . models ) Hook tile tray onto tile rear of tile upper rack . La ) tile knixes between tile guides ( as shown ) . Bowl Tines Tile special large - bowl [ ines in tile lower rack add flexibility to your loading pattern . Tile } ' are useinl fin " serving bowls or other large bowls . To use tile bowl tines , fold down tile 2 rows otflex tines ill fi'ont _ fftile bowl tines and load bowls just as you would ill tile upper rack . Thesetinesfold down Large - bowtlines 13
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I , oading the Racks ! ) i , shwa , s her Features and appearance of racks and sil ' _ er _ , _ are baskets may vat } from xour model . l ' _ llow these , guidelines . / br loading 10 and 12 place settings Upper Rack - - 10 place settings Lower Rack - - lO place settings Upper Rack - - 12 place settings Lower Rack - - 12 place settings [ 4
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Care and Cleaning D i , shw a , sh er To clean the control panel use a lightly dampened cloth then dry thoroughly . To clean the Exterior exterior painted panels use a good appliance polish wax . Never use sharp objects , scouring pads or harsh cleaners on any part of the dishwasher . The stainless steel panels can be cleaned with CERAMA BR } TE ¢ ' 9Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaner or a similar product using a clean , sott cloth . You can order CERAMA BRYTE " ¢ ) Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaner through GE Parts by calling 800.626.2002 ( I6r U . S . only ) . In Canada , call 1.888.880.3030 . The stainless steel used to make the dishwasher mb and imler door provides the highest reliability Irzterior a _ dlable in a GE dishwasher . If the dishwasher tub or insler door shotfld be scratched { ) 5 " dented dm'ing normal use , they will not rest or corrode . These surihce blemishes will not attect their hmction { ) 5 " durability . P , otect If yore " dishwasher is left in an unheated place during the winter , ask a sesMce technidan to : 1 . Cut off electrical power to the dishwasher . Remove fuses or trip circuit breaker . Against Freezing 2 . Turn off the water supply and disconnect the water inlet line Kom the water _ ; dve . 3 . Drain water fl'om the water inlet line and water _ ; dve . ( Use a pan to catch the water . ) 4 . Reconnect the water inlet line to the water valve . An air gap protects yore " dishwasher against _ : ltei backing up into it if a drain clogs , The air T0wfaoigratypDs es _ iiii _ Ii _ U ] _ [ gap is not a part of the dishwashe * ; It is not covered by yore " warranty . Not all plumbing codes require air gaps , so you may not have one . The air gap is easy to clean . 1 . Turn off the dishwasher and litt off the chrollle coveL 2 . Unscrew the plastic cap and clean x _ ith Check the air gap any time your dishwasher a toothpick . isn't draining well . 15
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Before You Call For Serx , _ ce D i sh w a sh er PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO Questions ? Control panel fights go Time too long bet \ _ een * Each pad must be touched within 30 Use this off when you're setting touching of selected pads seconds of the othel _ . To relight , touch an } controls pad again , or mllatch and relatch do ( n : problem Soine of tile soullds VO { l • Noise Detergent cup opening . SO [ _ ) eY will hear are normal • Tile motor stopping during tile cluing period . o _ A'ater draining ( ) tit of tile tub immediately after ynu touch START / RESET pad . o Dr ? ing tim running fin " 2 - 4 hom _ after CI , E _ N light is illuminated ( Top Control Panel models only ) . Lltensils are not secure • Make sm'e ever } thing is secm'ed in dishwashe _ in tile rack or something small has dropped into tile rack Motor hums • Dishwasher has not been used on a regular basis . I _ you do not use vonr dishwasher often , run a RINSE ONI , Y cycle once e ; w 7 week . This will help kee I ) tile seal moist . Detergent left in Dishes are blocldng tile * Reposition tile dishes . dispenser cups detergent cups This is normal • Water staJading in the A small amount ot clean _ lter around ttileile bottom of the tub outlet on tile mb bottom at the back of tub keeps tile water seal lubricated . Water won't pump out Drain is dogged * If you have an air gap , clean it . of the tub . Check to see if vnur kitchen sink is draining well . If not , you may need a plumbe _ : @ If the dishwasher drains into a disposer , run disposer clem : Suds Correct detergent * Use only automatic dish _ asher detergents wasll't used to avoid ' sudsing . Cascade ® , Cascade ® ® Complete andElectrasol dish _ asher dete * genls have been api ) ro \ ed fin " use ill all Monogram dishwashe _ . To remove suds fl'om tile rob , open tile dishwasher and let suds dissipate . Add 1 gallon of cold water to tile tub . Pmnp out water by starting ally wde and then resetting tile unit after l 0 seconds . See Control Panel section . Repeat if necessa _ > Rinse agent was spilled * _ M _ Lvs _ dpe up rinse agent spills immediatel > Stained dishwasher Detergent with colorant * Some detergents contain colorant ( pigment W ; IS used or dyes ) that will discolor tile tub interior parts with extended use . Check tile dete * gent cup fin " signs of any discoloration . If cup is discolored , change to detergent without an } colorant . Cascade ® , Cascade Complete ® and Electrasol ® dishwashe * detergents have been api ) ro _ ed fl ) r use ill all Monogram dishwashe _ . Sonle toillato - based foods • Use oItbe RINSE ONLY cycle after adding can stain the dish to the load call decrease tile level ot smining . • GE also recommends Cascade ® Plastic Booster rMto help remove these types ot stains . 1 ( 5
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getbre You Call For Service Disl _ lvasl _ ¢ r PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO Questions ? o Dishes and flatwaxe I x _ w inlet water Use this Make sure inlet water temperature is correct not dean temperature ( see Llsing the Dish _ : Mler section ) . prob # m o Run water at tile nearest fimcet prior to SO [ _ ) eV stmqfing tile diswasher to insure optimal water te / / l ) el'ilt tire . _ ' \ dter pressure is Tm'n on a fi _ eucet . Is water coming out temporarily low more slowly than usual ? If so , _ it until pressure is normal befin'e using your dishwasher ; _ dr gap is clogged * Clean air gap . hnproper rack loading , Make sine large dishware does not block tile detergent dispenser or tile wash am _ s . " Glasses and dishes must time tile spray arms . Spots and tilming on Extremely hard water lJseJet Dry a ' _ or Cascade Rinse Aid ® Yinse glasses and flatwaxe agellt to remove spots and pl'evellt new fih / / I x _ w inlet water buildup . tell / l ) el'ilttlFe Install water soitenei ; Overloading tile dishwasher " To remove stubborn spots and pre - e _ sting hnproper loading film from glassware : Okl or damp powder 1Remove all metal utensils fl'om the detergent dish _ lshe _ : Rinse agent dispenser 2 Do not add detergent . empty 3 Select tile C ( ) ( ) / 4A _ ; kI _ E cycle . Too litde detergent 4Start tile dishwasher and allow to mn for 18 to 22 minutes . Dishwasher will now be in tile main wash . 5Open tile door and pour 2 cups ( 500 ml ) of white vinegar into tile bottom ( ff tile dishwasher : 6 Close tile door and allow to complete tile cycle . If vinegar rinse doesn't work : P , epeat as abo \ v , except use 1 / 4 cup ( 60 ml ) ( ff dtfic add cD'stals instead of vinegar . Combination of soft water CJoudiness on glasswaxe , This is called elching'and is pemmnent . and too much detergent To prevent this fl'om hapl ) ening , use less detergent if you have soft water : _ ' \ hsh glass _ m'e in tile shol _ est cycle that will get it clean . _ ] lter teinperature * Lower tile water heater temperature . entering the dishwasher exceeds 150 ° F ( 66 ° C ) ? kltll / / illtll / / utensils ha ; v Black or gray maxks on " Remove marks with a mild , abrasixv dishes cleallel : rubbed against dishes 17
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Befi ) re You ( ; all For Service l ) is k w ask er PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO Questions ? Yellow or brown f'dm Tea or coL { be stains Use this Remove tile stain by hand , using a solution on inside surfaces of 1 / 2 cup bleach and 3 cups warm watel : prob # m A CAUTION : Bet , , rcelealli lg SO [ _ ) eT interioL wait at least 20 minutes after a cycle for tile heating element to cool down . Failure to do so call result ill btlrns . An overall x ellow or brown A special filter ill the water suppl ) line is film can be caused by iron tile on ] ) x _ a ) to correct this problem . deposits ill water Contact your ( ; E dealer or a water sottener CO / / / I ) all } ' White film on inside Hard water minerals GE recommends Jet Dry ® Dishx _ asher surfaces ( ] leaner to help remoxe some hard water and mineral stains . For extreme staining , clean the interior bx aiI3 Aving , , dish _ asher detergent to a damp sl ) ( mge , . _ v \ ear rubber glo _ es . DO NOT use an ) type of cleanser other than those recommended or dishwasher detergent because it max cause foaming or sudsing . Cascade ® , Cascade Complete ® and Electrasol ® Automatic Dishwashing Detergents have been approved for use in all Monogram Dishv _ ashers . A CAUTION : Bet , , rcelealli l interior , _ < fit at least 2 ( 1 minutes after a cycle fiw tile heating element to cool do _ n . Failure to do so can result ill bm'ns . Low inlet water Dishes don't dry Make sure inlet water temperature is temperature correct ( see Using the Dishwasher section ) . $ Select ADDED HEAT . $ Select HEATED DRY : $ Rinse agent dispenser is Check and refill tile rinse agent dispenser . empty Dishwasher won't run Fuse is blown , or tile Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker . circuit breaker tripped Remove an } other appliances from tile circuit . $ TIy resetting tile START / RESET pad . _ ' kall switch $ Check for a wall switch that tile dishwasher ( some installations ) is in might be connected to . A wall switch is tile " ofF ' position required by electrical codes ill some localities . Turn the switch " on " if it is " oLL " Stemn This is normal Steam comes throuoh tile xent on tile bottom of tile door dm'ing drvino _ and _ hen _ ater is being pmnped out . 18
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getbre You Call For Service PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO Questions ? Use this Sanitized fight does not Tlle door was opened and " Do not inter * upt the cycle anytime during illuminate at the end of tile cycle was interrupted or arier main wash . prob # m the cycle ( Anti - Bacteria during or after tile main SO [ _ ) eV cycle only ) wash portion I , ow inlet water " P . aise tile water heater temperature to 120 ° F ( 49 ° ( 0 . temperature Interior fights not Door was opell i _ ) l " lnore " Latch tile door and reopen . than 15 minutes worldng Bulbs are burnt out " Call fl _ r service to replace bulbs . Dishwasher has not End - of - cycle indicator " Open tile door and check tile stares fight does not illuminate completed cycle indicator lights on control panel to determine if cycle is complete . 19
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Consumer Services D is h w as h _ , * , _ ' ( ' . ( 0 ? ? l With the purchase of your new Monogram appliance , receive the assurance that if you ever need information or assistance from GE , we'll be there . All you have to do is call toll - free ! G E Answer Whatever yore " question about any Monogram major appliance , GE Answer CenteF inflmnation service is available to help . Your call - - and your question - - will be answered Center ® promptly and courteously . And you can call any time . GE Answer Center " selwice is open 24 hours a day , 7 days a week . In the USA : OR 800.626 . 2000 Visit ore " ¥ _ ebsite at : ge . com In Canada , call L888 . 880.3030 . In - Home AGE consumer service protessional will provide expert repair service , scheduled at a time that's convenient tor you . Many GE Consumer Service company - operated locations ottbr you Repair Service serxice today or tomorrow , or at your convenience ( 7 : 00 a . m . to 7 : 00 pan . weekdays , 9 : 00 a . m . to 2 : 00 p . m . Saturdays ) . Our thctor ) - trained technicians know your appliance inside and out - - In the USA : so most repairs can be handled in just one visit . 800.444.1845 In Canada : 1.888.880.3030 For Customers GE offers Braille controls for a varietx of GE appliances , and a brochure to assist in l ) lamfing , a barrie > free kitchen for persons With Special with limited mobilit , . Needs . . . Consumers xsitl _ impaired hearing or speech > , ho haxe access to a TDD or a conventional telet _ pe _ riter max call 800 . TDD.GEA ( _ In the USA : ( 800.833.4322 ) to request infl ) rmation or service . 800.626 . 2000 S _ CTION Service Contracts " You can have the secure tbeling that GE ( _ onsumer Service will still be there after your warrant ) expires . Pro'chase a GE contract while wmr warranty is still in eiibct and you'll In the USA : receive a substantial discount . With a m ultiple - year contract , you're assured of future service at today's prices . 800.626.2224 In Canada : 1.888.880.3030 Parts and Individuals qualified to service their own appliances can haxe parts or accessories sent directly to their home . The ( ; E parts s } stem provides access to over 47,000 parts . . . and all ( ; E ( ; enuine Accessories ) Renewal t arts are fully warranted . In the USA : User maintenance instructions contained in tiffs manual cover procedures intended to be 800.626.2002 performed by any user . Other servicing generally should be referred to qualified service personnel . Caution must be exercised , since improper servicing may cause unsafe operation . In Canada : 1.888.880.3030 20
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Warranty for customers in the USA D is k w a sk er YOUR MONOGRAM DISHWASHER WARRANTY Staple sales slip or cancelled check here . Proof of original purchase date is needed to obtain service under warranty . ONE - YEAR WHAT IS Any part of the dishwasher which fhils due to a defbct in materials or workmanship . During this COVERED limited one - year warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to From the Date replace the deflective part . Five Years of the Original The dishwasher rack and / or the electronic control module , if these should fidl due to a defect in Purchase materials or workmanship . During this five - year limited warranty , you will be responsible flw any labor or in - home service costs . Lifetime The stainless steel tub or door liner , if it fidls to contain water due to a defect in materials or _ orkmanship . During this limited lifetime warraJaty , GE _ dll also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to replace the defectixe part . e @ @ ooeoe @ oe @ _ ooe @ _ ooe @ _ oee @ _ oee @ _ o _ eotoeo @ Qoee @ QQ _ @ @ tQ _ @ @ oQQQ @ oQe @ @ oQ _ @ e This warranw is extended to the original pro'chaser and any succeeding owner fl ) r the products pro'chased flw ordinary home use in the 48 mainland states , Hawaii , Washington , D . C . or Canada . If the product is located in an area where service bv a GE Authorized Servicei is not a _ nilable , you may be responsible flw a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GE Service location fl ) r service . In Alaska the warranty is the same except that it is LIMITED because you must pay to ship the product to the service shop or for the service technician's travel cost to your hOl / / e . All warrantx service will be provided b } our Factorx , Service Centers or b } our authorized Customer Care : " ser _ 4cel _ during normal , _ orking hours . Should xour appliance need service , during * < _ rrant } period or bex , ond in the U . S . A . call 800.444.1845 . In Canada : 888.880.3030 . Please have serial number and model number axailable * d _ en calling for service . WHAT IS NOT " Service trips to your home to teach you , Incidental or consequential damage caused by how to use the product . possible defects with this appliance . COVERED , Improper installation , delivery or , Cleaning or servicing of the air gap device in maintenance . the drain line . , Replacement of house fuses or resetting , Damage caused after delivery including of circuit breakers . damage from items dropped on the door . , Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , * Product not accessible to provide required service . or used for other than the intended purpose or used commercially . , Damage to the product caused by acddent , fire , floods or acts of God . Limited WmT'anly . Any implied wmT'anties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a EXCLUSION OF IMPIJ [ ED WARJ _ AN7IES - - Your sole and exclus @ e remedy is product repair as provided in this particular pro ; pose , are limited to one year or the shortest pe _ 4od allowed by law . Some states ! provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages , so th ( above limitation or exclusion Ina } not apply to yo _ . / . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and y ( m ma } also hay ( other rights which vaW from state to state ! province to province . To know what yore : l ( gal rights are in yore : state ! lwovince , consuh your local or state ! provincial consumer allhirs ol ] ice or yore " state's Atlorn ( - v ( ; eneral . Warrantor in USA : General FJectric Company , Appliances Louisville , KY 40225 General Electric Company GLoEuiCsvoinllesu , mK ¥ e / r402 & 25Industrial 21 ge . com
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Warranty for customers in Canada D i sh w ash er YOUR MONOGRAM DISHWASHER WARRANTY Staple sales slip or cancelled check here , Proof of original purchase date is needed to obtain service under warranty , ONE - YEAR WHATIS Any part of the dishwasher which ihils due to a defl _ ct in materials or workmanship . Dm'ing this COVERED limited one - year waxranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to From the Date replace the deflective part . Five Years of the Original The dishwasher rack , if it should rust , or the electronic control module , if it should fldl due to a Pu _ hase defl _ ct in materials or workmanship . Dm'ing this five : yeax limited warranty , you will be responsible f ( ) l " any l _ , bor or in - hoi / / e service costs . Lifetime The stainless steel tub or door liner , if it fidls to contain water due to a defect in materials or workmanship . During this limited lifetime warranty , GE will also provide , free of charge , all labor and in - home service to replace the defective part . o @ 1 _ ooll @ 1 _ ooe @ I _ Qoll @ oQoll @ _ Qoe @ eoo _ @ @ oo ! @ oooQ @ _ oo ! @ _ Qol @ eQolQ oQel @ e _ o _ @ _ oo _ • This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products pro'chased fin " ordinary home use in Canada . In - home warranty service will be provided in areas where it is available and deemed reasonable by Camco to provide . Proof of original purchase date is needed to obtain service under the warranty . All warranty se _ Mce will be provided by our Factory Service Centers or by our authorized Customer Care ' se _ wicers during normal working ] ] ours . Should your _ q ) pliance need service , dining warrant } period or be ' , ond call 1.888.88 ( / . 3 ( / 3 ( / . Please h _ ve serial number and model number avail ; d ) le when calling for service . * Service trips to your home to teach you * Incidental or consequential damage caused by WHAT IS NOT how m use the product . possible defects with this appliance . COVERED * Improper installation , delivery or maintenance . * Cleaning or servicing of the air gap device in the drain line . * Replacement of house fuses or resetting of circuit breakers . * Damage caused after delivery including damage from items dropped on the door . * Failure of the product if it is abused , misused , or used for other than the intended purpose or * Product not accessible to provide required service used commercially . * Damage m the product caused by accident , fire , floods or acts of God . Limited WmT * anty . Any implied wmT * anties , including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a EXCLUSION OF IMPIAED WARd _ ANI1E _ - Your sole and exelu , s @ e remedy is product repair as provided in this particulm " pro ; pose , are limited to one year or the shortest pe _ 4od allowed by law . Some provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages , so the above limitation or exclusion ma ) not appl ) to ) ou . This warrant ) gives ) ou specific legal rights , and _ ou ma _ also hm e other rights which vat } ti'om province to province . To know what your legal rights are in ) our proxince , consult _ otu " local or prox incial consumer atlairs office . Warrantor : Camco inc . , 1 FactoryLane , Suite 310 , Moncton , N . B . EIC 911 / 13 . GE Consumer & Industri01 Applionces General Electric Compon _ Louisville , KY / 40225 ge . com 22
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Consumer Product Ownership Registration Dear Customer : Thank _ ou for pro'chasing our product and thank ? ou for i ) } acin , * _ } our confidence ii ] 55s . \ ' \ Te as " e proHd to have ? ou as a cHstoI / / el ' ! Follow these three steps to protect your new appliance investment : Complete and mail After completing this Read your " ( ) wner's your Consumer registration , write your Mamml " carefully . modal and serial Product Ownership It will hel l ) you utmlbers in this manual Registration today . Ol ) erate yO { lr isew and store this document Have die p ( ac ( oI mind appliance properly . of knowing we can in a safe place . 31 ) u will conta ( t you in the need this inli ) rmation mdikely event of a should you r ( iquirece scnice . The sen salcty modification . HlsHsl ) elYin the USA : 800.444.1845 . In Canada : 1.888.880.3030 . Important : If you did not get a registration card with your product , detach and return the form below to ensure that your product is registered , or register online at ge . cmn . F ( ) I A ) t tERE Consumer Product Ownership Registration Product Model Number Serial Number Dishwasher , , , , , , , , , , , , , I I I I I I MI _ [ ] Ms . [ ] Mrs . [ ] Miss [ ] Fi _ I ' I ' _ a _ 5I I Nassse I I I I I I I I I Nassse I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Streel I I I I I I I I I I I I I Address I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i E - mail Address ' : \ p , # I I I I , : i , vI , , I I i ip I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Siaie _ Code I I I I I l ) at ( Pla ( ed Day I I I _ , ; _ , ] 7 I I I PNls , omnesberi , , i - I , , I - i , , , I Mollih I I I " * Ph4kse plIIvid ( yoIIl e - nlail ilddl ( sN tll i ( ! c ( ! i _ ( ? , _ il e - mail , dis ( tltll / ( S , special tl [ t ( ! 13 Hlld oth ( ! i impiirtanl Appiia nces ] Che ( k hele it you do not x _ mat io ] ( c ( ixc commmaications fiom ( ; E & ' s ca ] ( Jilll ) sod ( cled pam ] ers . General Electric C0m pon y FMLU RE T ( ) CaM PI , EIE AND REI URN _ II t [ S C , kR ] ) DOES NOT 15IMINIS ] t YOLR % \ ARP _ , N'IY RIGHTS . Louisville , KY40225 Fo , . infbm ] ation alll ) / ll ( ; EA's l : nJ _ a ( 3 and d ; llll usage l : Ufli ( : ) ; go to ge . ( onl and click on " Pfix _ ( ) PolicC ' or ( all GE Consumer & Industrial com , _ , , , n ] , : * io , _ flora ( ; E Applian ( es ( GE & ) . ge . com 800.626.2224 . T , kPE C1 , ( ) SED GE Consumer & Industrial 165D4700P322 Appliances General Electric Company 49 - 55002 - 1 Louisville , K ¥ / 40225 03 - 06 JR ge . com Printed in the United States
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