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I don't know how to start the dish washer. I turn it on and set a program and hit start and the light blinks but nothing happens.

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Hi.

The cycle is started simply by pressing start button when the light is on and steady, then closing the door. If Start is not on, then there is a problem. In that case check baset positions, water inlet and ensure that the door latch is clicking.

Here procedure :

1. Load the dishes per recommended loading.
2. Make sure there is rinse agent in the dispenser . Add rinse
agent if needed.
3. Add proper amount of detergent and pre-wash.
4. Push both top and bottom racks in.
5. Select the desired cycle and option(s).
6. Press “START”. The “START” symbol will illuminate to
ndicate the unit is ready.
7. Close the door tightly until you hear a click. Otherwise, the dishwasher will not start.

If you need the manual for your specific model, click here , scroll down and download the manual

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

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