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Settings i dont get the setting purpose and dont understand it what does the settings do cuz my washer takes 2 hours for a small amount of disher

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Settings should show you how the machine is to function. Do uou have a manual?

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  • 2 Use setting 2 (warm #2) to keep cooked foods warm until they're ready to be served.
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