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Now, pay attention class. Even though this is an adult education course, and you are all well-educated adults, this requires focus and critical thinking. No, this isn’t rocket science but something equally important and perhaps almost as complicated – learning how to set up a new dishwasher, especially if you haven’t operated one in over a decade. Are you ready? OK, in the words of the late Bette Davis, “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.”

Set the cycle completion signal:
Press the on/off button. Hold down the A button and press Start until the display indicates d:00. Release both buttons. Press the A button until the display shows b:02. Press the C button to increase or decrease the tone b:00 = off and b:03 = loudest and press Start to save the setting and close the door.

Set the amount of rinse aid used:
Press the on/off button. Hold down the A button and press Start until the display indicates d:00. Release both buttons. Press the A button until the display shows r:05. Press the C button to select the desired setting. Choices are r:01 through r:06. Press start to save the setting.

Set the auto power off:
Press the on/off button. Hold down the A button and press Start until the display indicates d:0x (x can be any number). Release both buttons. Press the A button until the display shows P:0x. Press the C button until the display corresponds with your requirements. Choices are P:00 through P:02. Press Start to save the setting and close the door.

Study hard for the test tomorrow. Then we will proceed with lessons on the InfoLight and child lock, after which you may begin to run the dishwasher if you dare, or wash the dishes by hand. Maybe that would be faster.

Class dismissed.

Remind me again, why did I buy this thing?

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