24'' Built-In Dishwasher with IQ-Touch™ Controls

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How do I register my Electrolux dishwasher?

Registering your appliance is easy online by visiting, or you can contact us directly via Live Chat or by calling 1-877-435-3287. You will need to know your model and serial number as well as the date of purchase as shown on your receipt.

Once you have registered, you’ll receive emails from Electrolux filled with product tips and useful information. You will also have easy access to your warranty information and product care tips.


How can I best protect my dish-ware in the dishwasher?

Electrolux makes it easy to protect your dishes with the Sure-2-Fit™ racking system. It’s the most versatile racking system – there’s a perfect place for over 180 items, from chopsticks to stockpots to stemware.2 There’s also an adjustable/removable top rack for the utmost flexibility. In its lowest position select models have the ability to fit 10" dinner plates in the top rack and 12" dinner plates in the bottom rack.


How do I start my dishwasher?

After properly loading your dishwasher, follow these simple steps to get started:
- Add detergent to the dispenser, making sure to not exceed the max amount.
- Add rinse aid if needed.
- Select your desired cycle(s).
- Select your options.
- Press start and immediately close the door.

The LED light above your selection will turn ON when a cycle or option is chosen and will turn OFF when it is deselected.

Tip: If the dishwasher is not closed within a few seconds of selecting start, you may need to reselect your cycles and options.



How do I know when the dishwasher cycle is complete?

Depending on your model, you’ll know that the cycle is complete if you see the LED light shining on the floor, or if CLEAN is illuminated in the dishwasher’s display.



How do I know which dishwasher cycle to use?

Your Electrolux dishwashers offers a variety of cycles to chose from based on your dishware, size of the load and soil levels.

A brief summary of recommended uses (cycles can vary by model):

Heavy - For pots, pans, casserole dishes and dinnerware with dried-on or baked on soils.
Normal - For regularly soiled dishes and silverware.
Eco - For lightly soiled and pre-rinsed dishes and silverware.
Rinse - For rinsing dishes that will be washed later.
Fast - For regularly soiled and pre-rinsed dishes and silverware. Best for small loads.
Upper - For lightly soiled and pre-rinsed dishes and silverware when you do not have a full load or just using the upper rack.
Stemware - For regularly soiled China and Crystal.

You may choose to use Auto, which utilizes the Smart Sense technology to determine the type of cycle required to clean the dishes and will clean more
efficiently every time. Or, program your Favorite cycle simply by making your selections and pressing and holding FAVORITE until the LED light is illuminated.





How does the Sanitize option work on my dishwasher?

To sanitize your dishes and glassware, select the SANITIZE option. This option heats the water temperature in the final rinse to 157°F (69.4°C) and maintains that temperature for 7 minutes. SANITIZE is available in AUTO, HEAVY, and NORMAL cycles. Only these sanitization cycles have been designed to meet NSF requirements. The cycle time will be extended until the proper water temperature is reached.


Why are my dishes not dry when using the AirDry option?

If the AIR DRY option is selected, the unit will not energize the heating element. While this option reduces energy consumption, it will reduce drying performance. It is normal for items in the dishwasher not to be fully dry at the end of the cycle.


How can I tell if my appliance is Energy Star® qualified?

When shopping for an appliance, it's easy to recognize the ENERGY STAR® label that identifies qualified products. This label means that the product passed stringent standards set by the U.S. Department of Energy. Additionally, manufacturers are required to display their products’ test results on the ENERGY STAR® label. The label will tell you about the product's efficiency level, including approximately how much energy the appliance uses, its average annual operating cost, and how its energy use compares with that of similar products.


How do I set Child Lock on my dishwasher display?

To prevent children from accidently changing the dishwasher cycle or starting the dishwasher, lock the dishwasher controls by pressing AIR DRY and holding until the code “Loc” displays in the status window. The controls are locked and no new selections can be made until the lock is released. To unlock the controls, press AIR DRY again and hold until the code “Loc” is no longer displayed.



Why is there water in the bottom of my dishwasher?

It is normal to see a small amount of water under the filter at the end of a cycle.

If there is too much water at the bottom of your dishwasher once a cycle is complete, the dishwasher may not be draining properly, or its filter may need to be cleaned. 




What should I do if my dishwasher isn’t running?

If your dishwasher won’t run, check to determine if it might be due to one of the following reasons:
• A circuit breaker is tripped in your home, or a fuse is blown.
• The water supply to your home is not on.
• The dishwasher’s cycle setting needs to be checked and adjusted.
• The dishwasher’s DELAY START option was selected.
• The door of the dishwasher is not completely closed and latched.


What should I do if it appears that my dishwasher is leaking?

In the unlikely event a leak should occur, the Leak Detection System should detect it and immediately stop and drain the dishwasher while sounding an audible and visible alert.

To help prevent leaks, you can:
• Be sure to wipe up any spilled rinse aid, because it can cause excess foam which might overflow.
• Use only fresh detergent designed for automatic dishwashers, and be sure to carefully measure and use the correct amount.
• Make sure your dishwasher is level on the floor.


Why do I see detergent left in the dishwasher dispenser after a cycle?

If you see detergent remaining in the dispenser after a cycle is finished, try the following:
• Be sure to use fresh detergent, as older detergent might not dissolve well.
• Check to ensure that the spray arm is not blocked, so that water from it can reach the dispenser.
• Check to see if the cycle has completed.
• When loading the dishwasher, make sure the detergent dispenser can open freely.
• Before you close the door, check that the upper rack is firmly attached to with the nozzle on the back of the dishwasher.


What does Energy Star® qualified mean?

Products that are ENERGY STAR® qualified are equivalent to or better than standard products, with one important difference: They use less energy. To earn the ENERGY STAR® rating, products must meet strict energy efficiency criteria set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the U.S. Department of Energy. Because they use less energy, these products save money on your electricity bill and help protect the environment by reducing harmful emissions from power plants. Plus, you get all of the features and quality you expect. 

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What are the advantages of an Electrolux dishwasher?

Our Electrolux dishwashers bring home the distinctive styling of premium European design. The beauty of the solid handle highlights the simple, yet dramatic lines of the sleek door. The flush-to-counter styling and integrated controls add to the understated elegance of the exterior. But the real beauty is what’s inside – ingenious features that make cleaning up after big parties or small meals a breeze.


What should I do if my dishes aren’t as clean as I would like after I run my dishwasher?

If you see food particles on your dishes after they have been run through the dishwasher’s cycle, try the following: 
• Choose a cycle with a longer wash time, especially if dishes are extra soiled.
• Be sure that the dishwasher racks are properly loaded. Avoid overcrowding.
• Check with your local utility company to ensure that the water pressure in your home is between 20 and 120 psi (pounds per square inch). 
• Check to determine whether you have hard water. If so, you may need a water softener. To determine your water hardness, contact your water supplier or county extension office.
• Use fresh detergent, because old detergent is not always effective.
• Check to see that the dishwasher’s spray arms are not blocked.
• Be sure that the water coming into your dishwasher is hot water. The water should be at least 120°F (49°C).


Sometimes my dishwasher doesn’t seem to drain all the water out of the bottom. What should I do?

If it seems like your dishwasher should drain faster, try the following:
• If your dishwasher is connected to a garbage disposal, run the disposal to clear the drain system.
• If you have a new garbage disposal, or if it’s the first time you’ve used your dishwasher, the “knock-out” plug might need to be removed from the disposal. (This step can occasionally be overlooked during installation.)
• Check the drain hose to be sure it is free of kinks.
• Make sure the wash cycle is complete, and not paused.


My dishwasher cycle takes longer than I expected. Is that normal?

Electrolux dishwashers have a variety of cycles for you to choose from, depending on your cleaning needs and preferred timing. The different options can impact the time it takes for a wash cycle to complete. Some options that impact the running time of a cycle include:

• The delay start option, which will postpone the start of the cycle until the time you have selected. It is designed to allow you to control when your dishwasher runs – choose to have it run it when it’s most convenient for you, or to coincide with lower energy rates.
• The sanitize option, which takes longer to wash and dry. This option uses higher heat for maximum cleaning, and offers maximum drying capabilities.
It can also be normal for the wash cycle to be momentarily delayed if water needs to be heated to the appropriate temperature.


Are Electrolux dishwashers energy efficient?

Electrolux dishwashers use 41% less energy and 40% less water than they did 10 years ago. So they’re good to your dishes and the environment.


How do I register my Electrolux dishwasher?

To register your dishwasher, simply call Electrolux at 1-877-4 ELECTROLUX, visit, or drop your product registration card in the mail.
• You will also need to know your model and serial number to register, which can be found on the serial plate located on the right side of the door/tub. This information can also be found on your production registration card.
• You will also need to know the date of purchase of your appliance, shown on your receipt.

Tip: It’s always a good idea to record your dishwasher’s model number, serial number, and the date of purchase, as well as to save your receipt. 




Depending on the model of dishwasher you have, you’ll know that the cycle is complete if you see the blue led light shining on the floor, or if clean is illuminated in the dishwasher’s display.

For the best drying results, choose the SANITIZE option and be sure to use a rinse aid such as Jet Dry®.

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