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Symbols on the Dishwasher

We just got our dishwasher. We love it already, but the instruction manual does not give us what the symbols mean for the different cycles. We don't know what they mean. Can you tell us or can we get something that will tell us. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Jun 01, 2008

    What do these darn symbols mean? Same problem. And it took awhile for me to see the arrow on the turn nob.

  • jackie14 Dec 05, 2008

    I have moved into this house 3 weeks ago. I don't have the instruction manual for the Fagor dishwasher LFU-65IT so I don't know what the symbols on the dishwasher mean. Please help.

    jackie@fortfield.com

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The circle that looks like a sunny side up egg? That's the super hot sanitary rinse.. the other symbols simply mean lots of plates only, plates with glasses, or the short section means rinse.

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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