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1 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK FOR LG CUSTOMER SERVICE Dishwasher MODEL : LDF7810WW / LDF7810BB / LDF7810ST LDF7811WW / LDF7811BB / LDF7811ST

2 D ISHWASHER FEATURES DISHWASHER FEATURES Ultra Big Capacity Slim Direct Inverter Motor If you raise the Upper Rack, you can load large dishes in the Lower Rack. (Max. 14 in.) The tall tub provides large dishes loading as well as large capacity. LG dishwashers let you load oversized items in the Lower and Upper Rack. Newly introduced Slim Direct Inverter motor is inverter-controlled. Speed is controlled based on program selection. It also offers high energy efficiency to minimize energy loss. Hybrid Drying System Moist Air Dry Air This is one of the best performance solutions for drying dishes because it minimizes venting humid air to the outside of the dishwasher. In addition, this system ensures better drying results compared to the condensing drying system. Mixed Air Vario Spray System to Upper Arm Because of alternating water spray between the Upper and Lower Rack, the water pressure allows superior performance and reduced consumption of water and electricity. to Lower Arm Self Cleaning Filter to Drain Soil Sensor For best wash results, the self-cleaning filter system continuously cleans the water as it circulates. Your LG dishwasher has a self-cleaning filter that grinds food into small particles before it goes down the drain. Fine Mesh 2

3 C ONTENTS PART 1. SAFETY AND CAUTION... 3~6 PART 2. PARTS OF YOUR DISHWASHER... 7 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PART 3. FUNCTIONS OF CONTROL PANEL... 8~9 PART 4. USING YOUR DISHWASHER...10~14 PART 5. CARE & MAINTENANCE PART 6. OPERATING SEQUENCE PART 7. PROGRAM PART 8. TROUBLESHOOTING SAFETY AND CAUTION S AFETY AND CAUTION IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Serious injury or death may occur when not observing the following rules. WARNING - To reduce any risk of electric shock, fire or other personal or property injury when using your dishwasher, please follow basic precautions, Including the following : This manual contains very important notes regarding the installation, use and maintenance of your dishwasher. The manufacturer can not be responsible for problems caused by ignoring these safety and caution instructions. Read all instructions (manuals) carefully before using the dishwasher. Use the dishwasher only for its intended function, or household use. Use only detergents or wetting agents recommended for use in a dishwasher and keep them out of the reach of children. The appliance is not intended for use by young children or unqualified persons without supervision. When loading items to be washed : 1) locate sharp items so that they are not likely to damage the door seal ; and 2) load sharp knives with the handles up to reduce the risk of cut-type injuries. Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked dishwasher safe or the equivalent. For plastic items not so marked, check the manufacturer s recommendations. Do not touch the heating element during or immediately after use. Do not operate your dishwasher unless all enclosure panels are properly in place. Do not tamper with controls. Do not abuse, sit on, or stand on the door or dish rack of the dishwasher. To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to play in or on a dishwasher. Under certain conditions, hydrogen gas may be produced in a hot-water system that has not been used for two weeks or more. HYDROGEN GAS IS EXPLOSIVE. If the hot-water system has not been used for such a period, turn on all hot-water faucets and let the water flow for several minutes. This will release any accumulated hydrogen gas. As the gas is flammable, do not smoke or use an open flame during this time. Remove the door to the washing compartment when disposing of an old dishwasher. 3

4 S AFETY AND CAUTION SAFETY AND CAUTION SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS For a permanently connected dishwasher: This appliance must be connected to a grounded metal, permanent wiring system or an equipmentgrounding conductor must be run with the circuit conductors and connected to the equipment-grounding terminal or lead on the appliance. WARNING WARNING Tip Over Hazard Do not put excessive downward force on the open door as this could cause damage to the unit. The dishwasher can be used on completion of the installation. Electrical Shock Hazard Not following these instructions can result in death, fire or electrical shock. Electrically ground dishwasher. Connect ground wire to green ground connector in terminal box. Do not use an extension cord. WARNING Installation Serious injury or death may occur when not observing the following Instructions. Your Dishwasher is only for 120V. Before electrical power connection, make sure cord is grounded and connected to a circuit breaker. No grounding may cause breakdowns or electric shocks. Do not install or store the dishwasher where it will be exposed to the weather. It may cause an electric shock, fire, malfunctions and deformation. Do not grasp the electrical cable or switch with wet hands. Do not use a damaged electrical cable, power plug or socket. It may cause electric shock. Disassembly or revision should be conducted by experienced service persons. It may cause breakdowns, fire and electric shock. Do not damage electrical cable itself or place heavy objects on the cable. Electrical cable damage may cause fire and electric shock. 4

5 S AFETY AND CAUTION WARNING Use and Maintenance Serious injury or death may occur when not observing the following rules. Do not allow children or pets to play on the door or inside the dishwasher. Do not allow children to hang on the door because the door may fling open and they may be injured. Children may fall off. Pets or children may be wounded by rotating parts or suffocated inside tub. Do not store or use combustible materials, gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in or around dishwasher. It may cause fire. Don't leave racks out of dishwasher. Children may play inside a dishwasher. Keep the dishwasher away from electric stove, candle and any inflammable objects. It may cause melting of some parts or fire. SAFETY AND CAUTION Do not splash water on to the dishwasher. It may cause fire and electric shock. CAUTION concerning the Power Cord Most appliances should be connected to a dedicated circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit which powers only that appliance and has no additional outlets or branch circuits. Check the specification page of this owner's manual to be certain (See page 7). Do not overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of these conditions could result in electric shock or fire. Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it, discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced with an exact replacement part by an authorized service person. Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse, such as being twisted, kinked, pinched, closed in a door, or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance. Child Safety Controls may be locked using Child Lock mode to prevent settings from being changed by children. Keep children away from detergents and rinse-aids. Do not allow children to operate the dishwasher. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. 5

6 S AFETY AND CAUTION CAUTION Injury, malfunction or poor performance may occur when not observing the following instruction. Installation SAFETY AND CAUTION Use and Maintenance Place dishwasher on even and solid floor. Uneven surface may cause abnormal noise. When dishwasher is not in use for a long time, close water valve. It may cause water leakage. After installation, make sure of hose connection. Loosened connection may cause water leakage leading to property damage. Dishwasher should be unpacked and moved by 2 or more persons due to it s of heavy weight. Use only detergents or wetting agents recommended for use in a dishwasher and keep them out of the reach of children. Improper detergents may cause malfunctions, electric shock or fire due to excessive suds. Do not press the button with sharp edged devices like a screwdriver or a pin. It may cause electric shock or malfunctions. 6

7 P ARTS OF YOUR DISHWASHER Control Panel Front Display (on some models) Door Handle Front Cover Lower Cover Leveling Foot Side Cabinet Base Top Spray Arm Upper Spray Arm Removable Tines Lower Spray Arm Detergent & Rinse Aid Dispenser Vapor Vent Cover Upper Rack Cutlery Basket Lower Rack Top Display Power Button PARTS OF YOUR DISHWASHER Specifications Power supply: 120V, 60 Water Pressure: psi ( kpa) Size (WXDXH): 23 7/8 X 25 X 33 7/8 (606mm X 635mm X 860mm) Inlet Water Temperature: 120 (49 ) Weight: 115 Ibs. (52 ) AC only, minimum 15A circuit breaker. The appearance and specifications are subject to change without manufacturer s notice. 7

8 F UNCTIONS OF CONTROL PANEL Control panel may vary on some models. PROGRAM F UNCTIONS OF CONTROL PANEL INDICATOR Child lock: Lamp will turn on when Child Lock setting is on. Rinse Aid: Refill with Rinse aid when Lamp turns on. Press the program that corresponds to your desired wash cycle. Soak Power Scrub Normal Delicate Quick Wash Rinse Only This program is for very heavily soiled loads including pots, pans and casserole dishes which may have dry food residue. This program is for very heavily soiled loads This program is for normally soiled everyday loads. This program is for washing delicate items like glasses. This program is for that quick wash of lightly soiled recently used dishes and cutlery. This program is for very lightly soiled loads. CANCEL To cancel a running program, open the door, then press and hold the Normal and Delicate buttons for 3 seconds. NOTE 8 Only sanitary cycle have been designed to meet the requirements of performance for soil removal and sanitization efficacy. There is no intention, either directly or indirectly, that all cycle on a certified machine have passed the sanitization performance test.

9 SPRAY (INTENSITY) DELAY START POWER Repeated pressing of the Spray button will select Strong, Medium or Soft. If you want to delay the start of a selected program, press the Delay Start button. Each press of Delay Start will delay the start of the cycle by one hour. The delay start time can be adjusted from 1 to 24 hours in one-hour increment. For operating, press this button first for power on. After operating, the power automatically switches off for safety and economy. In case of an unusual Power surge or disturbance, the power may be automatically turned off for safety. FUNCTIONS OF CONTROL PANEL CHILD LOCK SANITARY/ EXTRA RINSE HALF LOAD Lock the control buttons to prevent the settings from being changed. To lock/unlock, press Spray and Rinse buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds with door open. Repeated pressing of the Rinse button will select Sanitary, Extra Rinse or both. If you select the Sanitary Function, Sanitary Light blinks when the water temperature meet sanitary Temp. and illuminates at the end of cycle when Conditions have been met to achieve sanitization. When you select Extra Rinse, an additional rinse cycle is added. In case of a small load, use the upper or lower rack only to save energy. Each press of the Half Load button cycles between upper rack only and lower rack only. If you don't press Half Load, the dishwasher runs normally, i.e, operation of upper and lower spray arm alternating periodically. NOTE These high temperature rinse sanitizes dishware and glassware in accordance with NSF/ANSI Standard 184 for Residential Dishwashers. Certified residential dishwashers are not intended for licensed food establishments. 9

10 U SING YOUR DISHWASHER USING YOUR DISHWASHER Before using the dishwasher, please read Important Safety Instructions. Water supply temperature should be 120 (49 ) for better washing and reasonable cycle time. For this reason, use hot water faucet only. It is also important that the dishwasher is loaded according to instructions for the effective cleaning. When loading your dishwasher, make sure that insoluble items such as bones, toothpicks and pieces of paper have been removed. When loading the dishwasher, observe the following general guidelines; 1. Deep based items should be placed at an angle to help water run off and dry properly. 2. Remove solid, burnt-on scraps from dishes prior to loading in the dishwasher. 3.Load only items which are dishwasher safe. NOTE Please avoid utensils that are non-heat resistant, metal decorated, etc. Loading the Lower Rack This lower rack allows max. 14 in. plates, pans or any utensils which mean the size of rack is bigger and is higher than industry standard thanks to super big tub capacity. NOTE Do not obstruct the rotation of the spray arms. Make sure large items do not prevent the detergent dispenser from opening. The lower rack is best loaded with dinner plates, soup bowls, dishes, pots, pans, lids and even a grill tray. Plates should be positioned upright and facing the center of the rack. Pots, pans and large dishes must be turned upside down. Basically the lower rack is not meant to load small items like cups, wine glasses or small plates. These items should be loaded on the upper rack for proper distribution. Cutlery Basket 12 place setting, lower rack Racks are designed to hold even the most delicate items securely in place as well as tall items. In addition, our extra cutlery and knife rack has separators to avoid scratching and tarnishing of your delicate cutlery. Basket can be divided into three separate baskets which can be used on both the upper and lower levels. If you only have a small load of cutlery, the baskets can be removed leaving extra space for other plates. 10 place setting, lower rack WARNING Be careful when loading and unloading sharpedged items. Load sharp knives with the handles up in order to reduce the risk of cut-type injuries. 10

11 U SING YOUR DISHWASHER Removable Tines If you need to wash large items, you can remove these tines from the main rack. Adjustable angular tines The plate supports in the lower and upper racks can be folded down. Based on the size and shape of the dishes, you can adjust the angle of the tines to five different levels. Loading the Upper Rack The upper rack is best loaded with more delicate items, small plates, cutlery basket, cups, glasses and dishwasher safe plastic items. Plates should be positioned upwards with the plate bottom facing the front of the rack. Cups, glasses and bowls must be positioned upside down. Extra cups or cooking utensils can be laid on the fold down cup racks which may also provide support for long stem glasses. Take care not to obstruct the rotation of the spray arm under the upper rack. 10 place setting, upper rack USING YOUR DISHWASHER 12 place setting, upper rack NOTE Be careful when adjusting angular tines and apply gentle force. 11

12 U SING YOUR DISHWASHER USING YOUR DISHWASHER Height Adjustable Upper Rack for 14 in. loading (on some models) LG dishwasher proudly introduces the ability to load 14 in. dishes. An upper rack that moves up and down lets you put tall and oversized items on it. LG dishwashers adjust enough to allow 14 in. dinner plates on the lower and 12 in. plates on the upper rack. To raise the rack Pull the rack upward holding the middle location of the upper rack ( marked position) until the rack locks. To lower the rack Pull the two levers on the left and right sides of the rack until rack is level for smooth operation. When you pull the levers upward, hold the middle location of the upper rack. ( marked position). Half Loading Option In case you do not have enough dishes for a full load you can simply load dishes in the upper rack or in the lower rack only. You can then wash either rack separately by selecting the half load option. This will bring about a savings in hot water, electricity and time. Removing the Upper Rack The upper rack can be removed to make more room in the lower rack. To remove the upper rack 1. Pull the upper rack out until it stops. 2. Pull the upper rack upward gently from slides. NOTE After adjusting, check that the spray arm is free to rotate without being stopped by dishes loaded on the upper rack. Do not adjust racks when dishes are loaded. Caution Non Dishwasher Safe Items The combination of high water temperature and dishwasher detergents may damage particular items, therefore we do not recommend using the dishwasher to wash the following items: Hand painted silver or gold leaf crockery Wood or bone handled utensils Iron or non-rustproof utensils Plastic items which are not dishwasher safe. NOTE Always remove dishes from the upper rack before removing the rack. 12

13 U SING YOUR DISHWASHER Adding detergent to dispenser Detergent must be put into the detergent chamber before starting every program except the Pre- Wash. Please follow the manufacturer's instructions printed in the manual when determining the correct amount of detergent. If your dishes are only moderately dirty, you may be able to use less detergent than recommended. The detergent chamber holds 1.4 oz (40g) max. The amount of detergent depends on the program and dish loads. Refer to the guide table. PROGRAM Soak Power Scrub Normal Delicate Quick Wash Rinse Only AMOUNT OF DETERGENT Caution Detergent Information 0.9oz (25g) 0.9oz (25g) 0.7oz (20g) 0.7oz (20g) 0.7oz (20g) No detergent Use only the detergent intended for household dishwashers or the dishwasher may fill with suds during operation. Suds may reduce washing performance and could cause the unit to leak. (Hand- Wash detergent is not allowed for this dishwasher.) Filling the dispenser 1. Push latch to open. 2. Add detergent to the main wash compartment. (See the table for the amount of detergent.) NOTE Do not add detergent for a rinse cycle. 3. If needed, add detergent to pre-wash compartment. 4. Close the cover. (You can hear cover latch click.) NOTE Too much detergent can leave a film on dishes. USING YOUR DISHWASHER 13

14 U SING YOUR DISHWASHER USING YOUR DISHWASHER Adding Rinse Aid to dispenser The purpose of rinse aids is to prevent possible spots on dishes formed from droplets during drying operation. By removing them, drying performance will be increased. NOTE Only liquid rinse aids can be used for this dishwasher. Filling Rinse Aid 1. Rotate the round cap counterclockwise and remove it. 2. Add a liquid rinse aid to the maximum level. (Max. 4.8 oz (145ml)) 3. Replace and lock the cap. Rinse Aid Amount Setting The factory setting is at level 3 which is where you can expect the best performance under a normal condition. After a cycle is done, if you notice some spots, streaks or water marks on the dishes, adjust to a higher setting. If you notice foam present on the bottom of the glasses or tub bottom, change to a lower setting. 1. Remove the cap. 2. Rotate adjuster to the desired setting. Refilling Rinse Aid 4.8 oz (145ml) is the capacity of the rinse aid dispenser. The refilling period totally depends on your washing habits such as the number of washes per month and which rinse aid setting you adjust to your washing conditions. The indicator light will inform you when there is insufficient rinse aid in the dispenser. The indicator light will stay on when you close the door to start a cycle. NOTE (on some models) 4. Rinse aid will be automatically dispensed during the final rinse cycle. When the lamp is on, it indicates the rinse-aid reservoir is almost empty. 14

15 C ARE & MAINTENANCE For best results, it is important to periodically check and care for the filters and spray arms. WARNING : To prevent any possible injury during care and maintenance / cleaning, be sure to wear globes or protective clothing. Cleaning metallic parts With a cloth or sponge, you can clean some parts such as exterior or interior parts. Stainless steel tub has a tendency to build up cloudy film on its surface especially when using hard water. Cleaning Spray Arms - Lower Spray Arm Check that the water jet holes are not blocked by food particles. When cleaning is necessary, remove the Spray arm by pulling up. Clean the spray arm and replace it pushing down. - Top Spray Arm Make sure the water jet holes are not blocked by food particles. When cleaning is necessary, remove the arm by disassembling the hook from the bracket which holds the Top Spray Arm assembly to the tub. Clean the spray arm and replace it. - Upper Spray Arm Pull the upper rack forward. Make sure the water jet holes are not blocked by food particles. When cleaning is necessary, remove the arm by unscrewing the nut. Clean the spray arm and replace it in the reverse order. Make sure the nut is tight! CARE & MAINTENANCE Maintenance by seasons - To prevent possible problems, be sure to follow procedures below. - During the summer season If you are absent for extended periods of time, it is recommended that you close the water valve and unplug power cord. - During the winter season, if room temperature where dishwasher is located is exposed to freezing, it is recommended that you winterize the water supply lines and product itself. 15

16 O PERATING SEQUENCE OPERATING SEQUENCE 1. Open the door and press the power button. Open the door. Press the power button to see the default setting. 2. Check rinse-aid. The indicator lights will illuminate if refilling is necessary. 3. Load the dishes after first removing any scraps of food. Remove any scraps of food in advance. Pull the lower rack out and load the dishes and cutlery in and push it all the way back. Pull the upper rack out and load the cups, glasses, etc. 4. Ensure that the spray arms can rotate freely. 5. Measure the detergent. Add the required amount of detergent into the dispenser. Close the detergent dispenser lid. 6. Setting the program. Select desired program and options. Before starting, the display window will show the estimated running time of the selected program. If the number of dishes only fill one rack, you can use the Half Load option. For example, if you load dishes only on the upper rack, you adjust the Half Load button to the upper rack. Remember to load all dishes into the selected rack. The estimated remaining time will be displayed. If the door is opened during operation, the dishwasher stops. Once the door is closed, the program will restart from the point where it's stopped Close the door. The dishwasher will start automatically. 8. At the end of the Program. End is displayed on the digital display for a few seconds and a tone will sound signaling the program completion. The dishwasher automatically switches off for safety and energy savings. Caution Empty the lower rack first and then the upper one, this will avoid water dripping from the upper rack onto the dishes in the lower one. Warning In general,it is not advisable to open the door while the dishwasher is running. If the door is opened, a safety device stops the machine. Care should be taken when opening the door immediately following the cycle, as steam may escape. Auto-Off When the power is turned on, if you don t select program or if you don t close the door after selecting a program, your dishwasher will automatically turn off in 10 minutes.

17 P ROGRAM Program WASH Pre-Wash Main Wash RINSE Rinse 1 Rinse 2 Rinse 3 Heating Rinse DRY Water (gal/l) Time (min) Soak ~ ~ ~9.2/ 21~35 143~191 Power Scrub 134~ ~ ~9.2/ 21~35 123~171 Normal 113~ ~ ~7.9/ 18~30 101~135 Delicate 115~ ~ ~7.9/ 21~30 103~ Quick Wash / Soak Rinse Only Delicate 1.3 / 5 14 PROGRAM This program is for very heavily soiled loads including pots, pans and casserole dishes which may have dry food residue. Power Scrub This program is for very heavily soiled loads. Normal This program is for normally soiled everyday loads. This program is for washing delicate items like glasses. Quick Wash This program is to wash lightly soiled dishes and cutlery and wash them immediately after use. Rinse Only This program is for very lightly soiled loads. 17

18 TROUBLESHOOTING T ROUBLESHOOTING If you can t fix problems with the above actions or you have different problems which are not mentioned in the manual, please call LGE Customer Service at Problem Causes Recommended Actions Dishwasher does not operate Too long operation Odor Water remains after a cycle finishes Food Soil remains on dishes Spots and filming on dishes Noise Cloudiness on glassware Black or gray marks on dishes Yellow or brown film on inside surfaces Dishes don t dry The lamps don t illuminate Spray arms don t rotate smoothly Upper rack crooked after loading IE Error OE Error FE Error E1 Error HE Error TE Error Door is not completely closed. Cycle is not selected. Power supply is not connected. Water is not supplied. Fuse is blown out. Cold water is supplied. Remaining water inside from the last cycle Drain hose is bent or clogged. Improper cycle selection Water temperature is low. Dishwashing detergent was not used. Low inlet water pressure Water jet holes of spray arms blocked. Improper dish loading Low water temperature Proper detergent amount used Overloading Improper loading Insufficient water pressure Insufficient detergent Rinse aid dispenser empty. Extremly hard water This is normal. Your Dishwasher isn t horizontal. Nozzle arm knocks against the dishes. Combination of excessive detergent and soft water Aluminum items rub dishes during cycle. Coffee or tea soils Rinse agent dispenser empty. Power is not connected. Fuse is blown out or circuit breaker is tripped. The holes of spray arms is blocked by food particles. Rack is poorly adjusted. Water inlet trouble Drainage trouble Excessive water supplied Water leakage trouble Heater Circuit Failure Thermistor trouble or very high inlet water temperature. (over 194 ) Check the door is completely closed and latched. Select the desired cycle. Connect power supply properly. Check water faucet. Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker. Check hot water faucet is connected (Heating water takes it longer). Operate Quick Wash cycle with detergents without loading dishes. Straight hose. Select right cycle based on dish types and soil toughness. Use hot water faucet. Use recommended detergents. Water pressure should range between 20 ~ 120psi. Clean the arm. Dishes shouldn t interrupt arm rotation and detergent dispensing. Supplied water temperature should be 120 for the best washing performance. Use the recommended amount of detergent. Load the proper amount of dishes. Rearrange dish loading referring to photo at page 10 & 11. Adjust water pressure between 20 and 120 psi. Add the recommeded amount of detergent referring to detergent instructions. Refill the Rinse aid dispenser. Install home water softener. Detergent cover opening. Drainage Sound at the early stage. Reposition your dishwasher. Reposition your dishes. Underload the dishwasher and use a rinse aid to minimize this process. Remove aluminum markings with a mild cleaner. Eliminate the soil by using a stain removal product. Check and refill the rinse agent if empty. Connect power supply. Replace fuse and repair circuit breaker. Clean the holes of the spray arms. Adjust the upper rack properly referring to page 12. Check clogging of water inlet hose (or hose twist or freezing). Check water supply. Check clogging of water drain hose (or twist or freezing). Please call your Authorized Service Center or LGE Customer Service at

19 W ARRANTY LG ELECTRONICS, INC. LG Dishwasher Limited Warranty - USA Your LG Dishwasher will be repaired or replaced, at LG s option, if it proves to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use, during the warranty period ( Warranty Period ) set forth below, effective from the date ( Date of Purchase ) of original consumer purchase of the product. This warranty is good only to the original purchaser of the product and effective only when used in the United States, including Alaska, Hawaii and U.S. Territories. WARRANTY PERIOD: LABOR: One Year from the Date of Purchase. PARTS (except as listed below): 2 Years from the Date of Purchase. Electronic Control Board: 5 Years from the Date of Purchase. Dishwasher Rack: 5 Years from the Date of Purchase. Stainless Steel Door Liner and Tub: Lifetime (as long as owned by the original purchaser) Replacement Units and Repair Parts may be new or factory remanufactured. Replacement Units and Repair Parts are warranted for the remaining portion of the original unit s warranty period. HOW SERVICE IS HANDLED: In-Home Service: Please retain dealer s dated bill of sale or delivery ticket as evidence of the Date of Purchase for proof of warranty, and submit a copy of the bill of sale to the service person at the time warranty service is provided. Please call and choose the appropriate option to locate your nearest LG Authorized Service Center. Or visit our website at : THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TO THE EXTENT ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS REQUIRED BY LAW, IT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIOD ABOVE. NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER NOR ITS U.S. DISTRIBUTOR SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST REVENUES OR PROFITS, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO: Service trips to your home to deliver, pick up, and/or install the product, instruct, or replace house fuses or correct wiring, or correction of unauthorized repairs. Damages or operating problems that result from misuse, abuse, operation outside environmental specifications or contrary to the requirements of precautions in the Operating Guide, accident, vermin, fire, flood, improper installation, acts of God, unauthorized modification or alteration, incorrect electrical current or voltage, or commercial use, or use for other than intended purpose. The cost of repair or replacement under these excluded circumstances shall be borne by the consumer. CUSTOMER INTERACTIVE CENTER NUMBERS WARRANTY To obtain Customer Assistance, Product Information. Or Dealer or Authorized Service Center location. Call (24 hours a day, 365 days per year) and select the appropriate option from the menu. Or visit our website at : TO CONTACT LG ELECTRONICS BY MAIL: LG Customer Interactive Center P.O. Box james Record Road Huntsville, Alabama ATTN: CIC 19

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22 CARACTERÍSTICAS DE SU LAVAVAJILLAS C ARACTERÍSTICAS DE SU LAVAVAJILLAS Gran capacidad Si levanta la bandeja superior, podrá lavar platos grandes en la bandeja inferior (máx. 14 in.). Esta cubeta alta permite lavar platos grandes, así como gran cantidad de vajilla. Los lavavajillas de LG le permiten lavar vajilla de gran tamaño tanto en la bandeja inferior como en la superior. Motor de propulsión directa de pequeño tamaño (DD) Nuestro motor de propulsión directa de pequeño tamaño (DD) de reciente introducción, está controlado mediante propulsores inversos. Las revoluciones se pueden controlar según los programas. También posee una gran eficacia energética para minimizar las pérdidas de energía. Sistema de secado híbrido Aire húmedo Aire seco Es una de las soluciones de mayor rendimiento para secar los platos porque minimiza la salida de aire húmedo fuera del lavavajillas. Además, este sistema garantiza mejores resultados en el secado en comparación con el sistema de secado mediante condensación. Sistema vario-spray Al brazo superior Aire mezclado Gracias a la alternancia de agua pulverizada entre la Bandeja Superior y la Inferior, la alta presión del agua permite un mayor rendimiento y aprovecha la reducción del consumo de electricidad y agua del lavado a gran velocidad. Al brazo inferior Filtro auto-limpiable Sensor de suciedad Para drenar Malla fina Para que el lavado sea aún mejor, el sistema de filtro auto-limpiable limpia progresivamente el agua a medida que circula. El lavavajillas de LG limpia con filtro auto-limpiable y posee un mecanismo de rejillas que pulveriza los alimentos antes de que entren en el sistema de desagüe. 2

23 í NDICE PARTE1. SEGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN... 3~6 PARTE2. PARTES DEL LAVAVAJILLAS... 7 PARTE3. FUNCIONES DEL PANEL DE CONTROL... 8~9 PARTE4. USO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS...10~14 PARTE5. MANTENIMIENTO Y CUIDADOS PARTE6. SECUENCIA DE FUNCIONAMIENTO PARTE7. PROGRAMA PARTE8. GUÍA DE RESOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS... 18~19 SEGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN S EGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD IMPORTANTES Si no se respetan las siguientes normas, podrían sufrirse heridas graves o incluso la muerte. ADVERTENCIA Para reducir el riesgo de choque eléctrico, incendio, u otros daños personales o materiales cuando utilice el lavavajillas, siga las precauciones básicas, incluidas las que se exponen a continuación: El presente manual incluye importantes notas informativas relacionadas con los procesos de instalación, utilización y mantenimiento de su lavavajillas. El fabricante no asume responsabilidad ninguna por aquellos problemas provocados por hacer caso omiso de estas instrucciones de seguridad y advertencia. Lea todas las instrucciones (manuales) atentamente antes de usar el lavavajillas. Utilice este lavavajillas solamente para el fin para el que ha sido fabricado, o para uso doméstico. Utilice solamente detergentes o agentes humectantes recomendados para lavavajillas y manténgalos alejados de los niños. El electrodoméstico no está pensado para ser utilizado por niños o por personas enfermas sin supervisión. Cuando introduzca vajilla que desee lavar : 1) coloque los elementos punzantes de forma que no sobresalgan por la puerta; y 2) coloque los cuchillos afilados con el mango hacia arriba para reducir el riesgo de cortarse. No lave elementos de plástico a menos que lleven el símbolo de que se puede hacer, o similar. En caso de elementos de plástico que no lleven este símbolo, consulte las recomendaciones del fabricante. No toque el calentador durante o justo después de usar el aparato. No utilice el lavavajillas a menos haya colocado los paneles de cierre. No intente forzar los controles. No fuerce, se siente encima o se ponga de pie en la puerta o en la bandeja del lavavajillas. Para reducir el riesgo de sufrir daños, no deje que los niños jueguen dentro ni sobre el lavavajillas. En determinadas circunstancias, los sistemas que funcionan con agua caliente pueden producir gas hidrógeno si no se utilizan durante dos o más semanas. EL GAS HIDRÓGENO ES EXPLOSIVO. Si no ha utilizado el sistema de agua caliente durante ese periodo, antes de utilizar el lavavajillas abra todas las mangueras del agua caliente y deje que el agua corra durante unos minutos. Así, se eliminará el gas acumulado. Puesto que el gas es inflamable, no fume ni prenda llamas durante este tiempo. Quite la puerta del compartimiento de lavado cuando retire un lavavajillas viejo o lo vaya a tirar. 3

24 S EGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN SEGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES En el caso de lavavajillas que vayan a estar conectados permanentemente : Este electrodoméstico debe estar conectado a un sistema de cableado o equipo permanentes. El conductor de toma de tierra debe funcionar con los conductos de circuito y conectarse a la terminal o carga de toma de tierra del aparato. ADVERTENCIA Trucos para evitar peligros No fuerce demasiado hacia abajo la puerta cuando esté abierta : podría dañarla o romperla. Utilice el lavavajillas sólo cuando lo haya instalado por completo. ADVERTENCIA INSTALACIÓN ADVERTENCIA Peligro de choque eléctrico Si no sigue estas instrucciones, podría sufrir daños, incendios o un choque eléctrico. Lavavajillas con toma de tierra eléctrica. Conecte el cable de toma de tierra al conector de tierra de color verde de la caja de terminales. No utilice alargaderas. Podría sufrir graves daños o morir si no sigue estas instrucciones. El lavavajillas funciona únicamente a 120 V. Antes de conectar el cable de alimentación, compruebe que está conectado a tierra y a un cortocircuito. La ausencia de conexiones a tierra pueden ocasionar averías o choques eléctricos. No instale o almacene el lavavajillas en lugares expuestos a las condiciones climáticas. Puede causar choque eléctrico, incendio, mal funcionamiento o deformación. No agarre el cable ni el enchufe con las manos mojadas, y no utilice cables, enchufes ni tomas que se encuentren dañados. Puede sufrir choque eléctrico. El desmontaje y las revisiones deben ser realizados por expertos. Pueden ocasionarse averías, incendios y choque eléctrico. No dañe el propio cable ni coloque encima objetos pesados. Si se daña el cable, pueden producirse incendios o choque eléctrico. 4

25 S EGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN ADVERTENCIA Uso y mantenimiento Podría sufrir graves daños o morir si no sigue estas instrucciones. No deje que los niños, o los animales domésticos, jueguen encima de la puerta o dentro del lavavajillas. No deje que los niños se cuelguen del asa, porque la puerta podría ceder, abrirse y golpearles. Los niños pueden caerse. Los animales domésticos o los niños pueden resultar heridos por las partes giratorias, o asfixiarse dentro del tambor. No saque las bandejas del lavavajillas. Los niños podrían ponerse a jugar dentro del lavavajillas. SEGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN No almacene ni utilice materiales combustibles, gasolina u otros vapores y líquidos inflamables junto al electrodoméstico. Podría causar un incendio. Mantenga el lavavajillas alejado de estufas eléctricas, velas o cualquier elemento inflamable. Algunas de las piezas se podrían fundir, o prender fuego. No salpique agua al lavavajillas. Puede producir un incendio o un choque eléctrico. ADVERTENCIA con respecto al cable de alimentación La mayoría de los aparatos recomiendan que se les coloque en un circuito dedicado, es decir : un circuito con una sola salida que alimente únicamente a ese aparato y no tenga otras salidas o derivaciones. Compruebe la página de especificaciones de este manual de instrucciones para asegurarse (véase página 7). No cargue demasiado las tomas de las paredes. Tomas de pared sobrecargadas, sueltas o dañadas, el uso de alargaderas, cables deshilachados o que se rompa o dañe el asilamiento de los cables es peligroso. Si sucediera cualquiera de estas situaciones, se podría producir un choque eléctrico o un incendio. Examine periódicamente el cable del aparato, y si por su aspecto piensa que podría estar dañado o deteriorado, desenchúfelo, deje de usar el aparato y haga que un técnico autorizado cambie el cable por otro exactamente igual. Proteja el cable del abuso físico o mecánico, para que no se enrolle, se pellizque, se quede trabado con una puerta o sea pisoteado. Preste una especial atención a enchufes, tomas de pared, y el punto por donde sale el cable del electrodoméstico. Seguridad para niños Se pueden bloquear los mandos utilizando la modalidad Child Lock (Bloqueo para niños) con el fin deevitar que los niños cambien los parámetros del lavavajillas. Mantenga los detergentes fuera del alcance de los niños. No permita que los niños manejen el lavavajillas. Se debe controlar a los niños pequeños para asegurarse de que no juegan con el electrodoméstico. 5

26 S EGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN ADVERTENCIA Si no respeta las siguientes instrucciones podría resultar herido, o el electrodoméstico podría funcionar mal o de forma incorrecta. SEGURIDAD Y PRECAUCIÓN Instalación Coloque el lavavajillas en una superficie lisa y sólida. Evitará que se produzcan ruidos y vibraciones anormales. Tras la instalación, compruebe la conexión de la manguera. Si la conexión está suelta, el agua se escaparía, ocasionando graves daños. Uso y mantenimiento Si no va a utilizar el lavavajillas durante un largo periodo de tiempo, cierre la válvula del agua. Así evitará las fugas de agua. Debido a su elevado peso, el lavavajillas debería ser desembalado y movido por más de dos personas. Utilice solamente detergentes o agentes humectantes recomendados para uso en lavavajillas y manténgalos alejados del alcance de los niños. Los detergentes normales pueden hacer que el electrodoméstico funcione mal, ocasionar un choque eléctrico o incendio debido al exceso de espuma. No apriete los botones con objetos puntiagudos, como destornilladores o agujas. Puede producirse un choque eléctrico o mal funcionamiento. 6

27 P ARTES DEL LAVAVAJILLAS Panel de control Vista frontal (en algunos modelos) Asa de la puerta Tapa delantera Tapa inferior Pata ajustable Armario lateral Base Brazo pulverizador supremo Brazo pulverizador superior Separadores desmontables Brazo pulverizador inferior Distribuidor auxiliar de detergente y aclarado Tapa de ventilación de vapor Bandeja superior Cesta para cubiertos Bandeja inferior Pantalla de visualización superior Botón de encendido PARTES DEL LAVAVAJILLAS Especificaciones Alimentación: solamente 120V, 60 AC Presión del agua: psi ( kpa) Tamaño (WXDXH): 23 7/8 X 25 X 33 7/8 (606mm X 635mm X 860mm) Temperatura del agua de entrada: 120 (49 ) Peso: 115 lbs. (52 kgs) El aspecto y las especificaciones están sujetos a cambios sin necesidad de que el fabricante lo autorice. 7

28 F UNCIONES DEL PANEL DE CONTROL El panel de control puede variar en algunos modelos PROGRAMA FUNCIONES DEL PANEL DE CONTROL INDICADOR Child lock (Bloqueo para niños): La luz se encenderá al activar Child Lock. Rinse aid (Ayuda al aclarado): Rellenar con abrillantador cuando se encienda la luz. Pulse el programa que corresponda al ciclo de lavado que desee. Soak (Prelavado) Power scrub (Intensivo) Normal Delicate (Delicado) Quick Wash (Rápido) Rinse only (Sólo aclarado) Este programa es para cargas muy sucias, como ollas, sartenes y cacerolas, que pueden tener residuos secos de comida. Este programa es para la vajilla muy sucia. Este programa es para la vajilla diaria con suciedad normal. Este programa es para lavar elementos delicados, como vasos. Este programa permite lavar rápidamente platos y cubiertos poco sucios y recién utilizados. Este programa es para vajillas muy poco sucias. CANCELAR Cuando desee detener el lavavajillas, pulse los botones Normal y Delicate al mismo tiempo durante 3 segundos. NOTA Solo el Ciclo de Sanitario esta diseñada para satisfacer eliminación de tierra y eficacia en sanitarizacion. No tiene intención directa o indirecta de que todos los ciclos de la máquina certificada ha pasado prueba de ejecición. 8

29 INTENSIDAD DE PULVERIZACIÓN RETRASAR INICIO ENCENDIDO Pulse Strong (fuerte), Medium (medio) o Soft (suave) para seleccionar el grado de pulverización. Si desea retrasar el inicio del programa seleccionado, pulse Delay Start para que se retrase el inicio del ciclo. Cada vez que pulse Delay Start, se retrasará el inicio del ciclo. El tiempo de retraso del ciclo se puede ajustar desde 1 a 24 horas, en incrementos de 1 hora. Para que el electrodoméstico se ponga el marcha, pulse primero este botón. Terminado el programa, el electrodoméstico se desconecta automáticamente, por seguridad y economía. En caso de subida repentina de la tensión, u otro tipo de problema, el electrodoméstico se puede desconectar automáticamente por motivos de seguridad. FUNCIONES DEL PANEL DE CONTROL BLOQUEO PARA NIÑOS Bloquea los botones de control para evitar que se cambien los parámetros. Para bloquear / desbloquear, pulse Spay y Rinse al mismo tiempo durante 3 segundos. HIGIÉNICO/ EXTRA ACLARADO Cada vez que pulse el botón Rinse (aclarado) podrá elegir entre Sanitary (higiénico), Extra Rinse (Extra aclarado) o ambos. Si usted selecciona Función Sanitario, la luz parpadea cuando la temperatura de agua alcanza a la temperatura de Sanitario y ilumina en el final del ciclo cuando termina Función de Sanitario. Si selecciona Extra Rinse (Aclarado extra) se añadirá un ciclo de aclarado más. MEDIA CARGA En caso de cargas pequeñas, utilice solamente la bandeja superior o la inferior, para ahorrar energía. Cada vez que pulse el botón Half Load (Media carga), elegirá solamente la bandeja superior o solamente la inferior. Si no pulsa Half Load, el lavavajillas funcionará normalmente, es decir, que se alternará periódicamente el funcionamiento de los brazos pulverizadores superior e inferior. NOTA La alta temperatura enjuaga, desinfecta plato y cristalería de acuerdo con la norma NSF/ANSI STANDARD 184 para Lavavajillas Residenciales. La lavavajillas Residenciales Certificados are not intended for licensed food establishments. 9

30 U SO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS USO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS Rogamos lea atentamente las Instrucciones de Seguridad Importantes antes de utilizar su lavavajillas. Para lograr óptimos resultados en el lavado de la vajilla, el agua deberá tener una temperatura de 120 ( Por este motivo, recomendamos utilice solamente el grifo del agua caliente. También es importante que llene el lavavajillas según las instrucciones para una limpieza eficaz. Antes de llenar el lavavajillas, compruebe que los platos, cuencos etc., no tienen elementos indisolubles, como huesos, cáscaras, palillos, etc. Cuando cargue el lavavajillas, observe las pautas generales: 1. Los objetos hondos deberían colocarse en ángulo, para que el agua pueda salir y se sequen adecuadamente. 2. Retire los restos sólidos o quemados de los objetos antes de meterlos en el lavavajillas. 3. Meta en el lavavajillas únicamente objetos aptos para lavavajillas. NOTA Evite introducir utensilios no resistentes al calor, que lleven decoraciones de metal, etc. Carga de la bandeja inferior La bandeja inferior admite como platos, sartenes u otros utensilios de 14 in. como máximo, lo que significa que su tamaño y altura es mayor de lo normal gracias a su cubeta súper grande. NOTA No obstruya la rotación de los brazos pulverizadores. Compruebe que no hay objetos largos que impidan la apertura del dispensador de detergente. Los objetos que se deben colocar en la cesta inferior son los platos llanos, cuencos para sopa, platos hondos, cazuelas, sartenes, tapas e incluso la rejilla del horno. Los platos deben colocarse en posición vertical y mirando hacia el centro de la bandeja. Las cazuelas, sartenes y platos grandes deben colocarse en posición invertida. Básicamente, la bandeja inferior no está destinada a la carga de objetos pequeños, como tazas, vasos de vino o platitos, que estarán mejor colocados en la bandeja superior. 12 servicios colocados en la bandeja inferior La cesta para cubiertos Las bandejas están diseñadas para sujetar incluso los elementos más delicados de forma segura en su sitio, así como platos altos, cuencos, tazas, etc. Además, nuestra bandeja para cubiertos y cuchillos dispone de separadores que impiden que la cubertería delicada se ralle o deslustre. La cesta se puede dividir en tres cestas independientes, que se pueden utilizar tanto en la bandeja superior como en la inferior, y si solamente tiene que lavar unos pocos cubiertos, las cestas se pueden sacar para dejar espacio libre para más platos. 10 servicios colocados en la bandeja inferior. 10 NOTA Tenga cuidado cuando meta y saque objetos afilados. Los cuchillos afilados deben colocarse con el mango hacia arriba, para reducir el riesgo de cortarse.

31 U SO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS Separadores desmontables Si desea lavar muchos platos grandes, podrá hacerlo sacando los separadores de la bandeja principal. Separadores angulares ajustables Los soportes para platos de las bandejas superior e inferior se pueden plegar. Según el tamaño y las formas de los platos, podrá ajustar el ángulo de 5 posiciones de los separadores. Carga de la bandeja superior Es mejor cargar la bandeja superior con los objetos más delicados, platos pequeños, cubiertos de gran tamaño, tazas, vasos y objetos de plástico aptos para lavavajillas. Los platos deben ser colocados en posición vertical con la parte inferior de los mismos mirando hacia el frente de la bandeja. Las tazas, vasos y cuencos deben colocarse boca abajo. Las tazas y los utensilios de cocina extra se pueden poner en los soportes plegables para tazas, que también pueden servir de apoyo para los vasos altos. Tenga cuidado de no obstruir la rotación del brazo rociador que se encuentra debajo de la bandeja superior. 10 servicios colocados en la bandeja superior USO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS 12 servicios colocados en la bandeja superior NOTA Tenga cuidado cuando ajuste los separadores angulares; no los fuerce demasiado. 11

32 U SO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS USO DEL LAVAVAJILLAS Bandeja superior de altura ajustable para platos de 14 in. (en algunos modelos) El lavavajillas LG tiene el orgullo de indicarle cómo meter platos de 14 in. La bandeja superior se mueve arriba y abajo para poder colocar objetos altos y de tamaño considerable. Los lavavajillas LG se ajustan lo suficiente para que quepan platos de 14 in. en la bandeja inferior, y de 12 in. en la bandeja superior. Para subir la cesta Empuje la bandeja hacia arriba, sujetando por el centro de la bandeja (punto marcado con ) hasta que se bloquee. Para bajar la bandeja Empuje las dos palancas situadas a la izquierda y a la derecha de la bandeja hasta que la bandeja se encuentre nivelada para utilizarla sin problemas. Cuando empuje las palancas hacia arriba, sujete la bandeja superior por el centro (punto marcado con ). Opción de media carga Si no tiene suficientes platos para poner una lavavajillas completo, cargue los platos sólo en una de las bandejas, y lávelos seleccionado la opción de media carga. Los lavavajillas de LG proporcionan la opción de media carga, que pulveriza agua solamente en la bandeja superior o sólo en la inferior. Resulta muy ventajoso para ahorrar agua, electricidad y tiempo. Cómo sacar la bandeja superior La bandeja superior se puede quitar, para dejar más espacio en la bandeja inferior. Para sacar la bandeja superior: 1. Empuje la bandeja superior hacia fuera hasta que se pare. 2. Empuje la bandeja superior hacia arriba suavemente por los lados. NOTA Después de ajustar la bandeja, compruebe que el brazo pulverizador puede girar libremente, sin que lo paren los platos colocados en la bandeja superior. No ajuste las bandejas cuando tengan platos dentro. Atención Objetos que no se pueden introducir en el lavavajillas La combinación de altas temperaturas y detergente para lavavajillas podría dañar determinados objetos, por lo que recomendamos no introducir en el lavavajillas lo siguiente : Vajillas pintadas a mano con láminas de oro o plata Utensilios de madera o hueso Utensilios de hierro o de un material fácilmente oxidable Objetos de plástico no aptos para el lavavajillas NOTA No retire la bandeja superior si tiene platos dentro. Su peso elevado puede hacer que se le caiga la bandeja, así que vacíela antes de retirarla. 12

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