Kuppersbusch USA IGVS669 User Manual

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Dishwasher

Use and Care

Manual

HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY

Congratulations. and

Thank You fram Kiipperslbusch

for selecting your dishwasher. You have joined the many consumers who demand quiet anid exceptional performance from their dishwashers. This manual was written with your safety and convenience in mind and the informationcontained herein is very important.We, a t Kiippersbusch, highly recommendthat you read this manual prior to using your dishwasher folrthe first time.

As an addedconvenience, a glossary of K ~ ~ P P E R S I P U ~ C H

DISHWASHER FEATURES DESCRIIPTICBNS has been added to this manual so you can truty ur~lderstandand appreciate the philosophy put into this exceptional product.

Enjoy!

TABLE OF COINTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...............................

 

 

3

DISHWASHER COMPONENTS.....................

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MATERIALS CHART .......................................................

 

 

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LOADING THE DISHWASHER ..........................................

 

 

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ADDING DETERGENT ...........................

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9

ADDING RINSE AGENT ............................................

 

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IDENTIFYING DISHWASHER CONTROLS..........................

 

 

11

SELECTING A WASH CYCLE ........................................

 

12-13

INTERRUPTING. CHANGING OR CANCELLING A CYCLE ....

14

UNLOAD THE DISHWASHER .....................

 

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SPECIAL FEATURES ....................................................

 

16-17

CARE AND CLEANING ......................... .

 

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SELF HELP.......................................................................

 

 

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FEATURES DESCRIPTION ..............................................

 

 

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CUSTOMER SERVICE ......................................................

 

 

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WARNING -When using your dishwasher, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric slhiock, and/or injury to persons, including the following:

GROUNDING INSTRUCTION!$

Ttis appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system, or an equipment grounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductor!; and connected to the equipment grounding terminal or lead on the dishwasher.

WARMING -This dishwasher must be grounded in accordancewith theNational Electrical Code and/or local codes. Make sure this dishwasher has been properly grounded and installed by a qualified installer before using.

ENGLISH -3

DISHWASHER COMPONENTS

Figure 1, below, identifies the camponen& of your dishwas.her, and shows the page number(s) in this manual on which more information about tl?~ecomponent is available. Familiarizeyourself with the various parts of your dishwasher before you attempt to wash the first load of dishes.

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Campaneg$s

Paae Nlumber:

 

Door gasket

Pg.

29

 

Detergent Dispenser

Pg.

9

 

Filters (3)

Pg.

18

 

Model and Serial N~imberLabel

Pg.

22

 

Bottom Rack

Pg.

6

 

Lower Spray Arm

Pg.

19

 

Rinser Agent Dispenser

Pg.

10

 

Silverware Basket

Pg.

8

 

Top Rack

Pg.

7

 

Upper Spray Arm

Pg.

19

4 - ENGLISH

I1?IA%"ERIALS CHART

Important: Beforeyou wash anything in the dishwasher,,check the materialschart shown below in Table 1. Some materials are not dishnwsher-safe and shaufd be hand-washed. Others require special toading cansiderailiotls. Before washing any dishware or cookware, contactthe manufacturerofthe m~raterialto canfirm that it is dishwasher-safe.

Materials Chart

LOADING THE DISHWASHER

 

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Pre-Load Preparation

Battom Rack

 

 

 

Removelarge particlesof food fromthe dishes

 

 

 

before food has a chance to dry, but rinsing

 

 

 

is not necessary.

 

 

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Food soils will actually enhance

 

 

the detergent's performance.

 

 

Use the Rinse & Hold cycle if waiting an ex-

 

 

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tended period of time before washing.

 

 

Pre-soakand hand-scour pots and pans with

 

 

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burned-on or blackened food.

 

 

Do not place foreign objects, such as

Figure 2

 

 

 

 

toothpicks, paper products, piastic

 

 

 

bags, or packaging materials, into the

Top Rack

 

 

dishwasher!

 

 

 

 

 

tgsfare loading the dish-

 

 

 

washer, revS63,w the material

 

 

 

chart:provided on Page!S.

 

 

 

General Loading T@ps

 

 

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Load dishwasher so water can circulate freely

 

 

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and reach every part of item.

 

 

Do not allow delicate items to touch - they

 

 

 

could be damaged.

 

 

 

Place items upside down - so water does not

 

 

 

collect inside of them.

 

 

 

Place items so that nothing protrudesthrough

 

 

 

the bottom of the racks - this could block the

 

 

 

rotation of the spray arms.

 

 

 

Loading the Bottom Rack

 

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Place large and/or heavily soiled items in the bot-

 

1

tom rack of the dishwasher. Load heavily soiled

 

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pots and pans face down, as shown in Figure 4.

 

 

For larger items, fold down the rear tines on.the

 

 

bottom rack. When in the down position, they

 

 

can hold extra large utensils, such as serving

Figure 4

 

spoons or large knives.

 

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