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DISHWASHER : MDB / C - 2 & fETY INSTRUCT . . I . O . . . N . . . S . . . p . . a . . g . 1 . o . . . . . . . . . installer : Pleaseleavethis manualwith IH5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . p . . a . . g . . o . . _ 2 . . - . 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . thisappliance . Consumer : Pleaseread and keep this manualfor future reference . Keepsales _ RTABLE DISHWAS . . H . . . E . . R . . . p . . a . . g . . 4o . . . . . . . . receiptand / orcancelledcheckas proofof purchase . ModelNumber _ SHWASI'IIHE5SSENT . . I . A . . . L . . pS . . _ . . g . s . o . . . . SerialNumber rROL , ASTAGLAN . C . . . E . . p . . a . . g . . e . 6 . s - Z @ ERATIHGTIP . S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P . . . _ . . g . T . e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dateof Purchase _ gAL CARIETEM . . S . . . . . . . . . . . . P . . a . . g . 8 . e . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ RE ANDCLEAN . I . N . . . G . . . . . . . . P . . _ . . g . . 8e . . . . . . . . . . . . REYOUCAL . L . . . . . p . _ . g . e9 . s - . 1 . o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ifyou havequestions , call : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P . . a . . g . . e . . . . . 11 1 - 800 - 688 - 990 ( 0USA ) 1 - 800 - 888 - 200 ( 2CANADA ) DEL'UTILISA . . T . . E . . . U . P . f . l . a . . g . 1 . e . 2 . . . . 1 - 800 - 688 - 208 ( 0U.S.TTYfor hearingor speechimpaired ) ( Mon . - Fri . , 8 am - 8pm EasternTime ) Internet : http : / / www . maytag . com DEULSUAf . . l . l . O . . . . . . . . . . . p . . a . . g . 2 . e . 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Forservice information , seepage 11 . Part No 6 917071 A h t t p : / / w w w m a y t a g . c o m 99002462 Litho USA
7 . To reduce the risk of injury when loading items to be washed , sharp or pointed items should be locatedwith the handles up . Also , load sharp items so they are not likelyto damage the door seal . 8 . Do not touch the heating element on the bottom of the tub during or at the completion of a cycle . It will be hot . 9 . Useonly detergentsand rinse additives designed for an automatic dishwasher . Never use soap , laundry deter - Productswith a ( _ labelhave beenlistedwith Underwriter's gent , or hand washing detergent in your dishwasher . Laboratories , Inc . - those with a CSA tag have been listed Keepthese products out of reach of children . with Canadian StandardsAssociation . Nevertheless , as with 10 . Do not sit , stand on or abuse the door or dish racks of any other equipment using electricity and moving parts , the dishwasher . there is a potential hazard . 11 . Under certain conditions , hydrogen gas may be pro - duced in a hot water system that has not been used for two weeks or more . Hydrogen gas is explosive . If the hot water system has not been used for such a period , turn on all hot water faucets and let the water flow from each for several minutes . This will release any accumu - lated hydrogen gas . As the gas is flammable , do not smoke or use an open flame during this process . 1 . Read all instructions before using the dishwasher . 12 . Do not wash plastic items unless marked " dishwasher 2 . Use the dishwasher only for its intended function . safe " or the equivalent . For plastic items not so marked , 3 . Disconnect electrical power to dishwasher before check the manufacturer's recommendations . attempting to service . 13 . Do not tamper with controls . 4 . To avoid electrical shock hazard , the sides and back 14 . To prevent accidental child entrapment and suffocation must be enclosed and the front panels must be risks , always removethe door to the washing compart - attached before electrical power is applied to the dishwasher . Refer to the installation instructions for mentwhen removingan old dishwasher from service or discarding it . proper groundingprocedures . 15 . Usecautionwhen unloadingthe dishwasher . Dishes will 5 . Connect to a properly rated , protected and sized be hot if unloadedshortly after a cycle has completed . power supply circuit to avoid electrical overload . 6 . Children should never be permitted to operate , or play in , with , or aroundthis dishwasher . Save These Instructions for Future Reference ]
( Rackfeatures varybymodel ) Don't prerinse . Simply scrapeoff any For best dishwashing results follow the bones or largefood particles . Place all items in the racks so they guidelines below to determine the best If connected to a food waste disposer , arrangementfor your items . are separated and facing center . make certain the disposer is empty Items can be centered behind a single before starting the dishwasher . tine or loadedat an angle to maximize Scrape off tomato - basedfood soils space . ( see page 8 ) . Load items so they do not restover the Remove certain foods ( such as mus - top of the wash tower . tard , mayonnaise , lemon juice , vine - Avoid blocking the upper and lower gar , salt or dressings ) from stainless spray arms by not allowing items to steel flatware as soon as possible . extend beyond the racks . These foods may cause rusting and pitting if allowed to remain in contact with the surface for an extended peri - od of time . againstthe outer rackor to the right to rest ontop of light items . Do not load items on top of the wire . The Stack - Rack ( selectmodels ) onthe right side of the upper rackfolds up or down for loadingflexibility . Fold it down to hold long - handled knives , spatulas and spoons or short itemslike cupsorjuice glasses . Foldit upfor talleritemslike glasses , bowls , plates , The on the Vari - Lock " wavy wire 10 Place Settings etc . Snugger ( select models ) and the Stack - Rack ( select models ) is designed to hold The Vari - Lock TM Snugger ( select models ) Glasses , cups , stemware , light - weight stemware in place . Taller stemware will fit on the left secures lightweight items in plastics , small plates , bowls , pans , long - betteron the right side as the upper rack is handled utensils etc . can be loaded in this place . It can be adjusted by grasping the deeper on this side . wavy wire and rotatingit left to snug items rack . Do notload glassesover the tines . To lower the rack : ADJUSTABLEUPPERRACK The Adjustable Upper Rack can be raised to accommodate taller plates , plat - ( Select models ) Pullthe rack fully out . ters , pans , etc . loaded in the lower rack . ; _ Grasp the handle on the rear right side To raise the rack : of the rack . ; _ Pull the rack fully out . ; _ Lift and push the rack slightly back to lock back down into place . Grasp the handleon the rear right side of the rack . Liftand pullthe rack slightly forwardto lock up into place . | Face soiled surfaces towards the center of the dishwasher .
A variety of large items such as dinner plates , mixing bowls , pots and pans and baking dishes can be loaded inthis rack . 3 saucersare Tall items such as bakeware and large loaded onthe platters can be placed on the left side or rack across the back of this rack . Stack - RackShelf ( selectmodels ) 10PlaceSettings Positioning the Fold - AwayTM Tines ( select Convertible Tines ( select models ) in the models ) flat in the back , left corner pro - back , right corner can be adjusted to pro - vides convenient loading space for large , vide narrow spacing for loading plates or bulky items like pots and pans or mixing wide spacing for loading deep bowls , pots bowls . or pans . Flip tines upfor narrow spacing or down for wider spacing . With the Stack - Rack ( select models ) shelf raised , thin items like cookie sheets or I ! Avoid resting items over the cen - pizza pans may be placed along the left ter wash tower . side . With the shelf down , two levels of glasses and cups can be loaded . REMOVABLEUTENSIL rack for loading miscellaneous items and utensils . This is also a safe place BASKET ( Design varies by model ) to load sharp knives and For best cleaning results , prevent items pointed items . from nesting together by placing some items in the basket with handles up and some with handles down . Load knives , handles up , through the slots in the hinged covered section ( s ) ( when closed ) . SPLIT & FiT UTENSIL Be sure that thin , finely pointed items do BASKET ( Selectmodels ) not extend through the basket . This could block the lower The split silverware basket can be separat - wash arm . ed and placed in several locations in the Small , lightweight items bottom rack . Hold the basket firmly along like baby spoons and the sides . Follow the unlock direction plastic measuring spoons arrows imprinted on the basket and slide should be placed in the the basket apart until it section ( s ) with the hinged splits into two . cover ( s ) . Load flatware and utensils into ODDS & ENDSBASKET both sections or just ( Select models ) _ ne , depending upon 3 Use this supplemental basket in the upper your load .
plastic rack stop , push inward ( towards the rack ) on the ridged area of the rack stop . The rack stop will snap open and can be easily removed by pulling straight out . Take care to Theupperrackcanberemovewdhentallo oroversizeitdemsneedtobeloadedint support the track while removing rack thelowerrack . stops . Roll the rack all the way out of the TO REMOVE : track and remove from the dishwash - Roll the upper rack 1 / 3 to 1 / 2 of the er . Rack way out . Reverse the above procedure to Stop ; _ Remove the plastic rack stop from the replace the upper rack into the dish - end of each track . To remove each washer . APORTABLE 1 . Turn on the faucet at the sink until the 7 . Pullthe electrical cord from the recess . 3 . Push the connector and hoses back water runs hot . Turn off the faucet . into the cabinet recess . Plug it into a properly grounded outlet . 2 . Pull the connector from the recess in 8 . Select the proper cycle and options for 4 . Unplug the electrical cord and push it the back of the dishwasher . the load and start the dishwasher . back into the cabinet recess . 3 . Press down on the thumb release and 1 ( IIII ( III i liftthe connector onto the faucet . 4 . Remove pressure from the thumb release and tug slightly on the connec - tor to be sure it is securely in place . 1 . Be sure to turn the water supplyoff and Pressure 4 Release press the pressure release button 5 . Turn the hot water on full force . Button BEFORE removingthe connector . 6 . Check that the sink drain is open so 2 . Press down on the thumb release and water from the dishwasher can drain remove the connector from the faucet . properly .
To check the incoming water temperature , Before starting the dishwasher , turn on the turn on the hot water faucet nearest the hot water faucet and let it run until the water is hot . This assures that the initial fill dishwasher and let it run into a glass in the For optimal cleaning and drying of water is hot . sink . Place a candy thermometer in the results , hot water is necessary . The glass and check the temperature once it incoming water temperature should be has stopped rising . If the temperature is 120 - 140 Â° F ( 49 - 60o C ) to properly acti - below 1200F ( 490C ) , have a qualified per - vatethe detergent and melt greasy food son raise the water heater thermostat set - soils . ting . ing . Too much detergent can cause per - In extremely hard water conditions ( 13 manent etching / cloudiness . grains per gallon or more * ) , it is difficult to achievegood results with any dishwasher . Use a detergent designed specifically for The amount of detergent to use is deter - A mechanical water softener may be nec - use in an automatic dishwasher . Be sure it mined by the hardness of the water and essary to improve water quality , detergent is fresh and stored in a cool , dry place ( not soil level of the load . Referto the following effectiveness , and protect the dishwasher under the sink ) . chart for detergent usage recommenda - partsfrom the damage that hard water can tions . cause . RECOMMENDEDAMOUNT Do not use detergent with Rinse Only . Too littledetergent resultsin poor cleaning , Leave the detergentlid open when running hard water filming / spotting and poor dry - Rinse Only . * Your local water utility or state uni - versity extension service can tell you the degree of water hardness in your Soft ( 0 - 4 gpg ) Light Soil 5 teaspoons area . Normal Soil 6 teaspoons * * Add recommended amount of Heavy Soil 8 teaspoons detergent to both compartments for Medium ( 5 - 9 gpg ) Light Soil 7 teaspoons AutoClean , Heavy or Normal wash Normal Soil 8 teaspoons cycles , and to the main cup only for Heavy Soil 10 teaspoons the Light wash cycle . Hard ( 10 - 12 gpg ) Light Soil 9 teaspoons Normal Soil 10 teaspoons Heavy Soil 12 teaspoons The clear window in the center of the dis - opening . Replacethe cap and turn it clock - ; 6 wise . penser cap allows you to see if there is rinse aid inthe reservoir . When the window Regular use of a rinse aid improves Use the LESS setting for soft water and is colored , there is rinse aid in the dis - drying , reduces spotting and filming , the MORE setting for hard water . Set the penser . When the window becomes clear , and reduces moisture left on the dish - cap anywhere between these amounts as it is time to refill the dispenser . Check the washer interior , needed . dispenser monthly . Your dishwasher features an automatic To add rinse aid to the dispenser , turn the rinse aid dispenser located nearthe deter - cap counterclockwise to open . Remove gent cups in the door . the cap and pour liquid rinse aid into the 5
HEAVYWASH RINSEONLY Longcycle for heavyfood soils . 10gallons . Rinses dishes being held until there is a full load . Controls odors . 2 gallons . AUTOCLEAN ( selectmodels ) NORMALWASH Manufacturer'srecommendedcyclechoice Medium cycle for average food soils . for all day - to - daysoil types . Depending on the number of fills , water Normal dishloads vary from day to day . usage ranges from 4 to 8 gallons . II Cycletimesshowninthe numerical Auto Clean is recommended because it display ( selectmodels ) increaseor selects the number of fills and wash time LIGHTWASH decrease , based on each load's best suited for the soil level of each load . soil level , water temperatureand Short cycle for light food soils . Depending Depending on the number of fills required selectedoptions . on the number of fills , water usage ranges water usage ranges from 4 to 10 gallons . from 4 to 6 gallons . results in hard water situations . The extra final rinse cycle . If necessary , the heating element will turn on and the cycle will be rinse is already built into the cycle when extended to heat water to the proper tem - Heavy Wash is selected . TOUGHSCRUBTM or TOUGH perature . SCRUB " PLUS ( Selectmodels ) HEATEDDRY Select AccuTemp " with any cycle ( except Select Tough Scrub ' Â° or Tough Scrub " Rinse Only ) to assure proper hot water Select Heated Dry to turn on the heating Plus when washing loads with hard - to - temperatureand to enhance drying results . element during dry for enhanced drying remove food soils . Tough Scrub ' Â° or results . When Heated Dry is not selected , Tough Scrub " Plus can be selected with SANITIZE ( Select models ) towel drying of some items such as plastic any cycle ( exceptRinse Only ) . Depending and teflon may be necessary and more on which cycle is being used , selectingthis Select Sanitize with Auto Clean ( select moisture may be noticed adhering to the option adds fills , heat and / or wash time to models ) , Heavy , Normal , or Light Wash dishwasher interior . With either dry option , the wash cycle . to sanitize dishware . At the end of the it is normal to notice vapor escaping from cycle , when the cycle monitor recognizes For baked - on , dried - onsoils , select Heavy the door vent . that the proper conditions have been met , Washalongwiththe ToughScrub ' _ orTough the SANITIZED light illuminates . Scrub ' Â° Plus option . DRAIN / OFF ACCUTEMP ( Select models ) EXTRARINSE ( selectmodels ) To drainthe dishwasherand then turn it off , pressDrain / Off once . PressDrain / Off twice Select Extra Rinse to add a rinse to the AccuTemp " provides a water temperature to turn the dishwasheroffwithout draining . check in the main wash and also in the cycle . An extra rinse helps to improve The CLEAN light illuminates at the end of The CLEAN and SANITIZED ( select mod - the cycle and remains lit until the door els ) indicator lights will not reilluminate has been open for 30 seconds continu - after a power failure until after the next The SANITIZED ( selectmodels ) light illumi - ously . cycle is run . nates at the end of the cycle when condi - tions have beenmetto achievesanitization . The DRY light illuminatesduring the entire dry period and goes out when the cycle is completed . The WASH light illuminates duringall rinse | When Sanitizeis selected , cycles and wash portions of the cycle . are monitoredto assure sanitiza - tion . Unusuallylow watertemper - The HEATING DELAY light illuminates ature will prevent the sanitization when the cycle is being extended to heat protocol from being satisfied and the water . the SANITIZED light will not illu - minate at the end of the cycle .
TheDelay / Resuompetioncanbeusedto | If Delay / Resume is chosen with - | This option does not lock the automaticasltlayrtthecycleatalatetrime , out selecting a cycle and / or door , only the dishwasher con - i : suchasduringoff - peahkourfsorreduced options , the dishwasher will trois , i : energycostor to reducedaytimeheat select the last cycle used . ( Itwill builduipnthehome . not remember the Rinse Only SETTING THE CONTROL LOCK : TOSET UP A DELAY : cycle . ) 1 . Pressthe _ pad for three seconds . i . Select the appropriate cycle and TO CANCEL A DELAY : 2 . An indicator light above the pad will optionsfor the load . illuminate when the controls are Wait at least 2 seconds , then press the , Pressthe Delay / Resume pad until the locked . Delay / Resume pad again . The indicator desired amount of delay time ( 1 to 9 TO CANCEL : light will go out and the cycle will start or hours ) is selected . The delay time will resume immediately . begin counting down when the pad is 1 . Pressthe _ pad for three seconds . released . 2 . The indicator light will go off . 3 . The Delay / Resume indicator light will remain lit until the delay time has The control touchpads can be locked to counted down . prevent unwanted use . If this feature is 4 . The cycle will automatically start as activated between cycles , the dishwasher I If a cycle or option pad is pressed soon as the delay time expires . cannot be operated until the controls are after the controls have been unlocked . If desired , the controls can be locked , the indicator light above the Control Lock pad will flash locked after a cycle or delay has started . five times . 4 . Close and latch the door . | If Delay / Resume was pushed , , push it again to restart the dish - After loading the dishwasher and | Extendedinterruptionof the wash washer . adding detergent , close the dishwash - cycle is not recommended . er by pressing the door until the latch After five seconds , the cycle resumes clicks . automatically at the point of interrup - tion . , To start the dishwasher , firmly press the desired cycle and options pads . For best cleaning , the forgotten item After a pause , the fill will begin . Topre - should be added early in the cycle . vent unplanned cycle or option 1 . Press the Delay / Resume pad or changes , these selections are " locked unlatch the door . | If a cycle or option pad is pressed in " after 1 minute . after the controls have been , 2 . Wait for the water circulation to stop . The indicator lights for the selected " locked in " , the indicator light cycle and options will glow . above the Control Lock pad will 3 . Open the door and add the item . flash five times . 4 . To cancel an option , press the pad again . To cancel a cycle , press the DrainlOff pad .
Most tableware , cookware and flatware can safely be washed in your dishwasher . If you have any doubts about an item , check with the manufacturer . Aluminum Yes , exceptanodized . Highwatertemperatureanddetergentsmayaffectfinish . Cast Iron No Seasoningwill be removeda , ndironwilt rust . China / No , if antiqueorhand - Alwayscheckmanufacturer'srecommendatiobneforewashing . Antique , hand - paint - Stoneware painted , edor over - the - glazepatternsmayfade . Goldleaf maydiscolor . Crystal No , if antiqueordelicate Alwayscheckmanufacturer'srecommendatiobneforewashing . Sometypesof lead - crystal , edcrystalmayetchwithrepeatedwashings . FurnaceFilters Notrecommended . Mayleavea dingydepositor stainondishwasherinterior . Glass Yes Milkgtasscanyellowwithrepeateddishwasherwashing . Gold - Plated No Wiltdiscolor . Flatware Pewter , Tin No Plastics Yes , top rack . Aiwayscheckmanufacturer'srecommendatiobneforewashing . Plasticsvaryin their capacityto withstandhigh watertemperaturesand detergents . Disposableplastic itemsarenotdishwashersafeforthis reason . Stainless 8tee ! Yes Runa RinseOnlycycleif notwashingimmediatelyP . rolongedcontactwithfoodscon - tainingsatt , vinegar , milkproductsorjuice coulddamagefinish . Sterling Silver or No , if hascommercial Aiwayscheck manufacturer'srecommendationbeforewashing . Run a RinseOnty 8ilverplate " darkening " . cycieif notwashingimmediatelyP . rolongedcontactwithfoodcontainingsalt , acidor sulfide ( eggs , mayonnaiseandseafood ) coulddamagefinish . Commercial " darken - ing " mayberemovedby detergent . WoodenItems No Woodmaywarp , crackor discolor . For moderateto heavy soil , cleanwith Bon Ami * , using a soft cloth or damp sponge . Rinseanddry . Torestoretusterandtoremove The front of the dishwashercan be cleaned Thedishwasherinterioris normallyself - clean - streaks , follow with Stainless Steel Magic ing . Periodicallycheckthe bottomof the dish - with a softdampclothandtiquidsprayclean - Spray * . washertub to see if any largeparticleshave er . Do not use abrasivepowdersor cleaning For discoloration , wipe with Cameo not gone throughthe strainerportionof the pads . Stainless Steel Cleaner * , using a damp module . 8rainless Steel Careand Cleaning ( select spongeor soft cloth . Rinseimmediatelyand Wipetheedgeof theinnerdoorlinerto remove models ) dry . To restorelusterandto removestreaks , any food soilsplasheswhichoccurredduring Do not useacteaningproductcontaining fotiowwithStainlessSteelMagicSpray * . loading . chiorinebleach . The colorfromsometomato - basedfood soils Always wipe withthe grainof the stain - has been knownto occasionallyadhereto tesssteel . today'sdishwashetrubs , causingtemporardyis - For daily cleaningand light soil , use a soft Fill both detergentcupswith a fresh - scented coloration . clothor spongeandoneof the following : Mild dishwasherdetergentor baking soda and Whenwashinga load of dishessoiledwith detergenat ndwater , a solutionof whitevinegar setecttheNormalWashcycte . Altowthe dish - tomatosauce : and water , Formula409 Glassand Surface washerto completethe cycie . Then turn the Scrapeexcesstomato - basefdoodsoiisoffof Cieaner * or a similar multi - surfacecieaner . watersupplyoff anddrainthe dishwasherT . o dishesp , riorto loadingD . onot prewashthe Rinseanddry . To polishandto heip prevent drain , pressthe Drain / Offpadonce . Operate dishesh , owever . fingerprints , followwithStainlessSteel Magic the draintwiceto ensuremostof the wateris Spray * ( partNo . 20000008 ) * * . RuntheHeavyWashcycle . removedL . ast , disconnecttheelectricasl upply andpropopenthedoor . ( SeeImportanSt afety Instructions # , 14 , pageI ) .
CHECK THESE POINTS TO HELP SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY , n Besuredooris latchedsecurely . Besurethe wateris turnedon . Checkthatthe padis properlyselectedfor a cycle . Allowtimeto pausebeforefilling . Checkyourhome'scircuitbreakeror fusebox . Checkinlethosefor a kink . Checkwatervalveinletfor sedimentandcleanif necessary . Ifhookedupto a foodwastedisposer , besurethe knock - outis removedfromthe disposerinlet . Besurethe drainhoseis elevatedat least32 " so watercannotsiphonbackintothe tub . Checkfor foodobstructioninthe drainor disposer . Checkdrainhosefor a kink . Checkyourhome'scircuitbreakeror fusebox . Checkthatthe cycleis completed . , Thisis normal . TheAutoClean ( selectmodels ) sensorinthe pumpmuststaysubmergedso a shortfill of wateris addedafterthe cycle's lastdrain . , Checkthatthe cycleis completed . , Besuredispenseris notblockedby a dishor utensil . , Usefreshdetergentstoredin a coot , dry place . Awatervalvehissduringfill is normal . Watercirculationsoundsarenormal . Athumpingsoundmaybea washarmbumpingan itemthatis extendingbeyondthe racks . Choppingorgrindingsoundsmaybe heardduringdrainas the internalfooddisposerchopsharditemslikefruitseeds , nuts , etc . Hummingduringthe drainis normal . A snapnoiseis the detergentcuplid hittingthe doorlinerwhenthe dishwasherdooris openedat the endof the cycle . Thisis normal . Properinstallationaffectsthenoiselevel . , ToughScrub ' ' orToughScrub ' ' Plus ( selecmt odelso ) rSanitize ( selecmt odelsh ) asbeenselectedandthecycleisextendetdo heatwater . , Checkto see thatthe incomingwatertemperatureis I20 - 140 Â° F ( 49 - 60oC ) . , Rundishesbeingheldin the dishwashetrhrougha RinseOnlycycle . , Manydishwashershavea " new " smellwhenfirstinstalled . Thiswill dissipatewithuse . , Dishwashemr aynot bedrainingproperly . ( See " DishwasheWr ill NotDrain " section . ) , Fora strongodor , placebakingsodain bothsidesof thedetergentcup . SelectLightWashandallowthewaterto circulatefor about10min - utes . Interruptthecycleby unlatchingthe doorandlet it standovernight . Restartthe dishwasherby latchingthedoorandallowit to com - pletethecycle . A commerciadl ishwashercleaningproductsuchasJet - DryDishwasheCr leaner * can alsobeused . , Checkthatthe dishwasheris level . ( Referto theInstallationInstructions . ) , Sudscancausethedishwashetro overflow . Measurethedetergentcarefullyanduseonlydetergentsdesignedforuseina dishwasherL . ess detergentis neededinsoftwater . Tryanotherbrandif sudsingcontinues . , Followdirectionscloselyon howto addaforgottenitem ( pg . 7 ) . , Besurethe RinseAidlid is securelyattachedandnot leaking . , Thisis normalwhentheAutoCleancycle ( selectmodels ) is selectedandthe dishwasherdecidesto skiporadda drainandrefill . 9
e SelectExtraRinse ( selectmodels ) . e Checkwatertemperature . Incomingwatershouldbe I20 Â° - 140 ` ' F ( 49 - 600C ) . e Alwaysuse a rinseaid . e Confirmthatthe cloudinessis removableby soakingthe itemin whitevinegarfor approximately5 minutes . Ifremoved , the problemis due to hardwater . Adjustdetergentamountbeingusedto matchwaterhardness ( pg . 5 ) . Besuredetergentis fresh , storedproperlyandis a highqualitybrand . Ifcloudinessis not removable , it is etching . Thisis an erosionof the surfaceof the glasswareandcan becausedby waterthatis toohot , fromusingtoo muchdetergentor by prewashing . Detergennt eedsfoodsoitto act upon . If etchinghasoccurred , the glasswareis perma - nentlydamaged . Topreventfurtheretching , adjustthedetergentamountto matchthewaterhardnesss , topprewashinga , ndbesureincom - ing watertemperatureis not greaterthan I40oF ( 600C ) . Usewaterheatingoptionsonly when incomingwatertemperatureis below 120 Â° F ( 49 Â° C ) . Checkwatertemperature ( pg5 ) . Runhotwaterat the sinkbeforestartingthe dishwasher . SelectToughScrub ' _ orToughScrubTM Plus ( selectmodels ) . Checkwaterhardnessandadjustdetergentamountaccordingly ( pg . 5 ) . Usefreshdetergentstoredina cooldry place . Selectpropercyclefor the soillevel . Loaditemssotheydonot blockthewasharmsorcentertower ( pg . 2 - 3 ) . Loadthe utensitbasketwithsomehandlesupandsomedownto preventnesting . Donot placeglassesovertines . Priorto loading , scrapeoffburnton foodsandwipe the starchyfilm fromutensilsusedwith pasta , riceandoatmeal . Thesesoilsrequire moreenergythanthe restofthe toadto clean . , Aluminumutensilsor panscanleavemarkswhentheyrubagainstotheritems . Leavea slightspacebetweenitems . , Irondepositsin thewatercan leavea yellow , brownor orangefilm ondishesor the dishwashertub . Afilter maybe needed , checkwitha watertreatmentcompany . RoVerRustRemover ( partno . 057961 ) * * canbe usedto removerust . Do not useRoVeralongwithdishwasher detergent . Fittbothcupswith RoVerandcompletea NormalWashcycle . Followwitha shortwashcycleusingdishwasherdetergent . , Colorfromtomatosaucesmayadhereto the tub ( pg . 8 ) . tf lightstaininghasoccurred , leavethe dooropento oxidizethe stainaway . For removaol f heavierstains , trya citricacidcontainingdishwashecrleaningproductsuchasGlisten ( partno . 18001017 ) * * C . hangedishwasher detergentandbesureto use adishwasherdetergentthatcontainschlorineto betterfightstaining . , BesureHeatedDryis selected . Waterdropletsmayformonthe innerdooras partof thedryingprocess . Alwaysuse a rinseaidlikeJetDry * or CascadeRinseAid * . Checkwatertemperature ( pg . 5 ) . SelectToughScrub ' _ orToughScrubTM Ptus ( selectmodels ) . Increasedetergentamountto matchwaterhardness ( pg . 5 ) . Loadproperly ( pg . 2 - 3 ) Plasticandteflonitemsaredifficultto dry becausetheporoussurfacetendsto collectwaterdroplets . Toweldryingmaybenecessary . Glassesandcupswithconcavebottomsholdwaterandrequiretoweldrying . , Loaddishesaccordingto instructionssotheydo notstrikeeachother ( pg . 2 - 3 ) . , Washingantiquechina / crystai ! nthe dishwasheris not recommended . , Donot toadglassesoverthetines . , Donot overload . o Sanitizewasnot selected . , SanitizationcanontybeachievedwiththeAutoClean ( selectmodels ) , Heavy , Lightor Normalwashcycles . , Theincomingwatertemperaturewastoolow , interferingwiththe dishwasher'sabilityto achieveadequatewaterheatinginthealtotedamount of time .
Conditions and damagesresultingfrom any of the following : a . Improperinstallation , delivery , or maintenance . b . Any repair , modification , alteration , or adjustment not authorized by the manufactureror an authorizedservicer . c . Misuse , abuse , accidents , or unreasonableuse . d . Incorrectelectric current , voltage , or supply . e . Impropersetting of any control . , Warrantiesare void if the original serial numbers have been removed , altered , or cannot be readily determined . 3 . Productspurchasedfor commercialor industrialuse . 4 . The cost d service or service call to : a . Correct installationerrors . b . Instructthe user on the proper use of the product . c . Transport the appliance to the servicer . Consequential or incidental damagessustained by any person as a resultof any breach of these warranties . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages , so the above exclusion may not apply . To locate an authorized service company in your area contact the Maytag dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or call Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Maytag Customer Assistance at the number listed below . Should you not receive satisfactory warranty service , please call or write : MaytagAppliances Sales Company Attn : CAIR Â® Center RO . Box 2370 Cleveland , TN 37320 - 2370 U . S . 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 CANADA 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 U . S . customers using TTY for deaf , hearing impaired or speech impaired , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 . NOTE ; When writing or calling about a service problem , please include the following information : a . Your name , address and telephone number ; b . Model number and serial number of your appliance ; c . Nameand address of your dealer or servicer and the date the appliance was purchased ; d . A clear description of the problem you are having ; e . Water hardness , detergent brand and amount , water temperature and cycle used ; f . Proof of purchase ( sales receipt ) . User's guides , service manualsand parts informationare availablefrom Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Maytag CustomerAssistance . MAYTAG â€¢ 403 West Fourth Street North * P . O . Box 39 * Newton , Iowa 50208 ] ]