Loading, Continued), Lower rack – Maytag MDB6100AWB User Manual
(Design varies by model)
For best cleaning results, prevent items
from nesting together by placing some
items in the basket with handles up and
some with handles down. Load knives,
handles up, through the slots in the hinged
covered section(s) (when closed).
Be sure that thin, finely pointed items do
not extend through the basket.
This could block the lower
Small, lightweight items
like baby spoons and
plastic measuring spoons
should be placed in the
section(s) with the hinged
ODDS & ENDS BASKET
Use this supplemental basket in the upper
rack for loading miscellaneous items and
utensils. This is also a safe place
to load sharp knives and
SPLIT & FIT UTENSIL
The split silverware basket can be separat-
ed and placed in several locations in the
bottom rack. Hold the basket firmly along
the sides. Follow the unlock direction
arrows imprinted on the basket and slide
the basket apart until it
splits into two.
and utensils into
both sections or just
one, depending upon
A variety of large items such as dinner
plates, mixing bowls, pots and pans and
baking dishes can be loaded in this rack.
Tall items such as bakeware and large
platters can be placed on the left side or
across the back of this rack.
With the Stack-Rack (select models) shelf
raised, thin items like cookie sheets or
pizza pans may be placed along the left
side. With the shelf down, two levels of
glasses and cups can be loaded.
Positioning the Fold-Away
models) flat in the back, left corner pro-
vides convenient loading space for large,
bulky items like pots and pans or mixing
Convertible Tines (select models) in the
back, right corner can be adjusted to pro-
vide narrow spacing for loading plates or
wide spacing for loading deep bowls, pots
or pans. Flip tines up for narrow spacing or
down for wider spacing.
Avoid resting items over the cen-
ter wash tower.
3 saucers are
loaded on the
rack under the
10 Place Settings