LG LDF 7811WW User Manual
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
12 place setting, lower rack
Before using the dishwasher, please
read Important Safety Instructions.
Water supply temperature should be 120
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.
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.
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.
Be careful when loading and unloading sharp-
edged items. Load sharp knives with the handles
up in order to reduce the risk of cut-type injuries.