Asko D1776 user manual

User manual for the device Asko D1776

Device: Asko D1776
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Date of adding : 2013-10-30 15:38:56
Number of pages: 12
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ASKO
DISHWASHER
USE AND CARE GUIDE
CONTENTS
Before Using Your New Dishwasher 2
Important Safety Instructions 2
Child Safety Tips 2
Dishwasher Features 3
Loading the Upper Basket 3
Knife/Utility Basket 3
Loading the Lower Basket 4
Loading the Silverware Basket 4
Detergent Dispenser 4
Amount of Detergent to Use 5
Rinse Aid Dispenser 5
Care and Cleaning 6
Overfill Protection 7
Energy Saving Tips 7
Solutions to Common Dishwashing Problems 8
Troubleshooting 9
Washing Special Items 10
Index 11
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BEFORE USING BEFORE USING Y YOUR NEW DISHWASHER OUR NEW DISHWASHER ♦ Make sure the door is properly balanced. To do this, ♦ Read through this guide before attempting to use open it a little and release it. It should stay where you your new dishwasher. released it. If it doesn’t, consult the Installation ♦ Read the “Washing Special Items” section before Instructions or contact your installer. washing any porcelain or china that has “on-glaze” ♦ Call your local water company to learn the water dec

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There is no need to rinse items before you load the machine, although larger food particles should be removed. DISHW DISHWASHER FEA ASHER FEATURES TURES Your new dishwasher features ASKO’s Super Cleaning necessary to rinse the dishes. You do, however, need to scrape off the large particles of food before loading. System™. This means that after the prewash, the water is drained out and the main wash starts with clean water. NOTE: Deviations in features may occur, depending If you plan to start y

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AMOUNT OF DETERGENT TO USE AMOUNT OF DETERGENT TO USE The amount of detergent needed can vary due to below for the recommended detergent amounts based differences in water hardness. To determine the water on water hardness. Remember, you should adjust the hardness in your area, contact your local water utility or amount of detergent you use by small amounts until area water softening company. The harder the water, you find the correct amount. the more detergent you may need. Refer to the chart R

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ADJUSTING THE AMOUNT OF RINSE AID DISPENSED ADJUSTING THE AMOUNT OF RINSE AID DISPENSED A measured amount of rinse aid is released during the The rinse aid dispenser has six settings. Always start final rinse. As with detergent, the amount of rinse aid with the dispenser set on “1.” If spots and poor drying needed for your dishes depends on the hardness of the are problems, increase the amount of rinse aid water in your area. (See page 5.) Too much rinse aid dispensed by removing the dispenser l

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CLEANING THE FIL CLEANING THE FILTERS TERS tabs and lifting it out. Next, unscrew the fine filter and lift In hard water areas, it may be necessary to clean it and the main filter out. Wash all three filters gently in chemical buildup from the filters every 12 to 18 months. To do this, remove the coarse filter by squeezing the hot, soapy water and rinse them thoroughly. CLEANING THE DOOR CLEANING THE DOOR WARNING! To clean the edge around the door, use only a soft warm, Never use a spray cleaner

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SOL SOLUTIONS T UTIONS TO COMMON DISHW O COMMON DISHWASHING PROBLEMS ASHING PROBLEMS As with any new appliance, it sometimes takes using it a this section before calling for service. It may save you few times to learn to operate it properly. If you are having time and unnecessary expense. minor performance problems with your dishwasher, read Poor washing performance Poor washing performance Chipped or Broken Dishes Chipped or Broken Dishes ♦ The dishes may not be loaded properly. Make sure ♦ Whe

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TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING If you should experience a problem with your dishwasher, is not caused by defective product workmanship or you should review the following list of frequently materials, you will be charged for a service call. Refer to encountered situations. It could save you the cost and page 12 to determine what is and is not covered under inconvenience of a service call. your warranty. If you’re still not sure, contact the ASKO Advisory Center before you call a service technic

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WASHING SPECIAL ITEMS WASHING SPECIAL ITEMS Most common dishware items can be safely washed in had any affect on it. an automatic dishwasher. If you have any doubts about a particular item, check with the manufacturer to see if it NOTE: ASKO has no control over what is put in our is dishwasher safe. If that isn’t possible, you might wash dishwashers once installed in a customer’s home. You one item of a set a few times and compare it to the rest are solely responsible for what you wash in your

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INDEX INDEX A A M M Advisory Center Number 9 Main filter 6 Aluminum, washing 10 Main wash detergent compartment 4 C C N N Care and cleaning 6 Noises, unusual 9 Cast iron, washing 10 Non-dishware items, washing 10 Child safety tips 2 Non-stick coatings, washing 10 China, washing 10 O O Chipped or broken dishes 8 Overfill protection 7 Cleaning the filters 7 Coarse filter 3, 6 P P Common dishwashing problems 8 Pewter, washing 10 Copper, washing 10 Plastic items, washing 8, 10 Crystal, washing 10 Po

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ASKO PRODUCT WARRANTY MODELS D1706, D1716, D1776, D1796FI, D1876, D1976, D1976CSTM, D1996SS, D1996FI, D1996HNDL Be sure to complete the Warranty Registration Card you received with your appliance and mail it to ASKO to validate your appliance warranty. FOR RESIDENTIAL INS FOR RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATIONS ONL TALLATIONS ONLY Y LENGTH OF WARRANTY LENGTH OF WARRANTY A AS SKO WILL P KO WILL PA AY Y FOR: FOR: Three-Year Full Warranty ASKO replacement parts and/or repair labor to correct From date of p


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