Manuals for Heartland Dishwashers
Below you can find all models Heartland Dishwashers for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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After my dishwasher has finished it's cycle, the container that holds the tablet hasn't opened. How is this possible? Verified
This problem is often caused by dishes that are blocking the container. Check this before turning on the dishwasher.
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The dishwasher does not heat the water anymore, why is that? Verified
It is likely that the heating element is defective. Have it replaced. When in doubt, contact the manufacturer.
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Can I use regular salt in my dishwasher? Verified
No, regular salt may contain substances that can cause damage to your appliance.
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Do I need to rinse my dishes before putting them in the dishwasher? Verified
Rinsing the dishes is not necessary, but you do need to remove any large, hard and fat leftovers. These could clog the drain over time.
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Can I open the dishwasher while it is running? Verified
Most dishwashers are equipped with a water stop, making the program stop immediately when the door is opened and meaning no water will come out. With some models this can cause problems over time. With built-in dishwashers it is possible that frequently opening the dishwasher while running may cause water damage to surrounging cabinets because of the steam that is released.
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Should I open the dishwasher after it finished running to have the dishes dry quicker? Verified
This depends on the type of dishwasher and the location of the dishwasher. Some dishwashers are equipped with a feature that dries the dishes after the washing program. In that case opening the dishwasher will have no added value. With built-in dishwashers it is possible that frequently opening the dishwasher while running may cause water damage to surrounging cabinets because of the steam that is released.
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After the dishwaser has finished its cycle, the plastic dishes are still wet but the rest isn't. Why is that? Verified
Plastic is a bad conductor of heat, allowing the products to cool down quickly. The moisture that remains on it then evaporates far less than for example on ceramics or metal.
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Can I connect a dishwasher to an extension cord? Verified
Appliances that require large amounts of power, like a dishwasher, can not be connected to all extension cords. See what the power usage of the dishwasher is, which is indicated in Watt, and check if the extension cord cn handle this. There are extension cords with thicker cables that are made to handle larger appliances.
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Is it a problem to have scratches on the metal on the inside of the dishwasher? Verified
The inside of most dishwashers is made of stainless steel and are not affected by scratches.
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Can I put pans with Teflon in the dishwasher? Verified
Yes, you can. However, the pan will wear faster than when it is cleaned by hand. When cleaning a pan with Teflon by hand, never use a scourer but use a soft sponge or cloth.
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Can I put wooden objects such as spatulas and cutting boards in the dishwasher? Verified
No. Wooden objects can get damaged or warped in a dishwasher. Also, the wood fibres that come free might damage the dishwasher. Wooden cutting boards are often made with glue that can come loose after being in the dishwasher several times.
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