Where Can I Get a Manual For My Dishwasher?
Click here to visit the Download Center where you can download a User Manual for your dishwasher. Once you reach the Download Center you will need to select a Category from the drop down box, a Sub-Category, Model Name, and then a Model Code. Then click on the blue button that says, Find It.
Water Supply Requirements
Warning: To avoid injury, especially if there are children in the home, Samsung does not recommend setting the water heater temperature above 120°F. Important: Before using the dishwasher for the first time, check all connections at the water supply valve and faucets for leaks. Water supply
How To Remove The Lower Washer Arm From The Dishwasher
Dishwasher Wand Removal
Can I Wash Plastics In My Dishwasher?
Yes, plastics can be washed in the dishwasher. However, Do Not wash plastic in the dishwasher that is not marked as dishwasher safe. The high water temperatures may cause the plastic to lose shape.
Why Is Rinse Refill Is Displayed Or Illuminated?
The dishwasher displays the rinse refill icon when the rinse aid reservoir is out of rinse aid. To refill your rinse aid dispenser reservoir, follow these steps: Open the dishwasher door to the fully open position. Turn the dispenser knob counter-clockwise to open the cover.
How Does The Smart Auto Cycle Work?
The Smart Auto cycle uses a sensor which monitors the number of food particles in the wash water. During the cycle, wash water passes through the sensor. As the water passes through, the sensor detects food particles in the water. If there are no food particles in the water, the machine runs for
How Do I Contact Samsung About My Home Appliance Via Social Media?
To contact Samsung via social media click on one of the following links: Facebook Twitter Google+
Where Can I Find Out What An Error Code Means On The Dishwasher?
If the dishwasher is displaying an error code, please refer to the users manual for an explanation. If you do not have a manual on hand, you can download it from Samsung's Download Center. To go to the Download Center and download the dishwasher manual, click here. Common error codes caused by
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How Important Is The Water Temperature And How Hot Should It Be?
For sparkling clean dishes, your dishwasher needs hot water. The water temperature should be set to a minimum of 120º F (49º C) and up to 140º F (60º C) for the best results. Water at this temperature not only helps dissolve food stains, it actually will disinfect your dishes. Check the water
What Should I Know About The Electrical Connection On The Dishwasher?
When you install the dishwasher, it is important to: Attach your dishwasher to a 120 Volt, 60 Hz, 15 Ampere dedicated circuit. Provide adequate electrical service for your dishwasher and make sure the installation meets all local codes, revisions, and ordinances. Never use an extension cord.
What Is That Grinding Noise During The Wash Cycle?
The dishwasher includes a disposer unit that chops up food particles (small chicken bones, toothpicks, etc.) during the wash cycle. A grinding noise during the wash cycle may occur. This noise is normal. However, if the noise continues and no toothpicks or bones, etc. are present, service is
What Is Condensing Dry Technology?
The Condensing Dry Technology employed by Samsung dishwashers in the drying cycle uses the heat generated in the final rinse and a fan to dry your dishes. There are three big advantages to this design: It saves energy by using built up heat left over from the final rinse cycle. It is safe
What Type Of Detergent Should I Use In The Dishwasher?
There are three types of dish detergents that Samsung recommends: Important: Do not use regular dish washing liquid or hand soap. Granular/Powder Tabs/Compacted granular detergent and Gel Packs Liquid/Liquid Gel Note: No matter which detergent type you use, adding a rinse aid to your
Can The Dishwasher Operate Properly Without Rinse Aid?
The dishwasher can operate properly without using rinse aid. However, you may notice more water spots on dishes as rinse aid helps prevent these spots from forming. On some models the rinse aid refill icon will stay illuminated when the rinse aid compartment is empty. This will not prevent the
Can I Wash Stainless Steel In My Dishwasher?
High Quality stainless steel is dishwasher safe. However, discoloration can occur when stainless cookware is washed in the dishwasher. The discoloration can be removed with a stainless steel cleaner like Bar Keepers Friend.
What Items And Tools Are Required To Install The Water Line On The Dishwasher?
Important: Do not over tighten the connection. The unit must be connected to a hot water supply between 120°F (49°C)~149°F (65°C) for optimal performance. The temperature of the hot water supply should not exceed 149°F (65°C), to prevent damage to dishes. The hot water supply line pressure
How To Clean The Dishwasher Water Wands/Spray Arms
Cleaning the Dishwasher Wands/Spray Arms
How To Remove The Dishwasher's Upper Spray Arm
Removing the Upper Spray Arm in the Dishwasher
Why Is The Dishwasher Not Draining?
If your dishwasher has excessive water remaining after a wash cycle, it is probably caused by either a bent or kinked drain hose or a clogged drain hose. If your dishwasher has excessive water remaining after its initial use, the drain hose is probably bent or kinked. Remove the dishwasher and
How To Clean The Nozzles
If your dishwasher is not cleaning properly, the nozzles may be clogged with food particles. To clean the nozzles, follow the steps listed below for each nozzle. Lower Nozzle Remove the upper and lower dish rack assemblys buy pulling them all the way out, and then pull up. Remove the lower
How To Dissipate Odors
If your dishwasher has an odor, it is probably caused by a small amount of water left over from the last wash cycle. If the dishwasher is not used on a regular basis, water can sit in the bottom of the dishwasher and cause an odor. To remove odors, add a chlorine based detergent, and run the