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How to Change Settings of Kosher Consumer Friendly mode

How to Change Kosher Mode in Your Jenn-Air Dishwasher

Kosher Consumer Friendly Mode

When turned on, will disable all of the buttons on the dishwasher except for the cancel key, and disable the light inside the tub (if equipped) for a time period of 75 hours. If this mode is turned on during a cycle, then the status lights at the end of the cycle will not turn off when the door is opened and then re-closed. To exit this mode, press the “Cancel” button, or wait 75 hours. Follow the below instructions to enter into the menu to change your current settings.

  1. Press and hold the “Hi Temp” button for 5 seconds until “Hi Temp” and “Dry” lights turn on.
  2. Press the “Start/Resume” button within 2 seconds. If you do not press Start within 2 seconds, then the display will turn off and you will need to start over and go back to
    step 1.
    a.     For Models with a Display, an “A” will show in the display to indicate Rinse Aid Level.
    b.     For Non-display models, “Tough or Cookware” light will turn on to indicate Rinse Aid Level.
  3. To go to a feature other than Rinse Aid Level, press the “Cycle” button or “Normal” button (depending on model) to move to the feature you would like to change (Sound Level, Light in Tub, Kosher Friendly, Factory Reset, Rinse Aid Level). See the table in Owner's Manual for what is shown on the display to indicate these features.
    NOTE: “Cycle” buttons differ between all models. Reference your unit's display and Owner's Manual for details.

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  1. Press the “Start/Resume” button to select the feature and enter the sub-menu. The display will change to show the current setting of the feature (For example, if you selected Kosher Consumer Friendly mode and you haven’t changed it before, then E0 will show for display models and sensor will light for non-display models).
  2. Press “Cycle” button or “Normal” button (depending on model) to change the value of the feature setting (For example, if you want to turn the Kosher mode on, then press the “Cycle” or “Normal” button and E1 shows on display models or “pots and pans” lights for non-display models).
  3. Press the “Start/Resume” button to confirm the new selection. The feature setting will not be changed until the “Start/Resume” button is pressed.
    The dishwasher will return to the Off state when the “Start” button is pressed.

To exit the customer settings menu at any time, press the “Cancel” button, or wait 30 seconds without pressing any buttons.

NOTE: To see the current setting of a feature, follow steps 1-4. When the “Start/Resume” button is pressed in step 4, the dishwasher will show the current setting. Press the “Cancel” button to exit without making any changes.

NOTE: If you enter into a Feature Setting Page and need to go back to the Main Menu, then Press “Cancel” and proceed to step 1.

NOTE: To exit “Kosher Consumer Friendly Mode” at any time, press the “Cancel” button or you can wait 75 hours.

CLICK HERE to watch video on how to enter the setting menu.

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