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Kitchen Waste Notes


It is recommended that only organic food residues with higher water content be put into the food waste disposer to minimize the entry of inorganic waste into the sewage pipeline.


Handling large amounts of food waste or hard food waste (such as bones) must be turned on and then put into the garbage to reduce the chance of the cutter being stuck.


Do not shut off the water immediately after the food waste is disposed of. The crushed garbage residue must have a certain flow of water to flush into the sewage pipe.


The food waste disposer cutter is stuck and the overload protection switch is disconnected. The foreign matter stuck in the cutter head must be cleaned first and then the reset switch must be pressed. Do not use the reset switch continuously for water leakage.