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G1000 / G2000 Dishwashers
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G1000 / G2000 Dishwashers
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G1000 / G2000 Dishwashers
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G1000 / G2000 Dishwasher - Table of Contents
WARNINGS AND SAFETY INFORMATION ......................................................................10
1.0
CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN...............................................................................11
1.1
Appliance Overview ................................................................................................................................................11
1.1.1 Appliance Overview – Typical Integrated Model ........................................................................................11
1.1.2 Appliance Overview – Typical Fully Integrated Model...............................................................................12
Controls Overview...................................................................................................................................................13
Types of Dishwashers..............................................................................................................................................14
1.3.1 Pre-Finished .................................................................................................................................................14
1.3.2 Integrated......................................................................................................................................................14
1.3.3 Fully Integrated ............................................................................................................................................14
Technical Data .........................................................................................................................................................15
1.4.1 Electrical Information...................................................................................................................................15
1.4.2 Plumbing Connections..................................................................................................................................16
1.4.2.1 Intake Connection..........................................................................................................................16
1.4.2.2 Drain Connection ..........................................................................................................................16
1.4.3 Dimensions...................................................................................................................................................16
Data Tag ..................................................................................................................................................................17
1.5.1 Data Tag - Location......................................................................................................................................18
1.5.2 Data Tag – Information ................................................................................................................................18
Model Numbering....................................................................................................................................................18
1.6.1 Mode Numbering – Overview of USA Model Numbers..............................................................................19
Door Springs / Weights – Specifications .................................................................................................................20
Layout of Components (Typical).............................................................................................................................21
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
2.0 INSTALLATION .........................................................................................................22
3.0 COMMISSION AND OPERATION .............................................................................23
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Door Handle / Lock – Prefinished & Integrated Models .........................................................................................23
Child Safety Lock ....................................................................................................................................................23
Water Softener.........................................................................................................................................................24
3.3.1 Water Softener Salt – General Information ..................................................................................................24
3.3.2 Water Softener Salt – Adding.......................................................................................................................24
General Operation....................................................................................................................................................26
3.4.1 Novotronic Controls .....................................................................................................................................26
3.4.2 Touchtronic & Navitronic Controls..............................................................................................................26
3.4.3 Fully Integrated (Incognito) (Vi) Controls ...................................................................................................27
4.0 DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION ..................................................................................29
4.1
4.2
Cabinet Construction ...............................................................................................................................................29
Water Intake ............................................................................................................................................................30
4.2.1 WaterProof System (WPS)...........................................................................................................................30
4.2.3 Water Inlet Mixer .........................................................................................................................................32
4.2.4 Water Inlet Mixer Without EGS...................................................................................................................35
4.2.5 Water Inlet Mixer wth EGS..........................................................................................................................36
4.2.6 Water Inlet Mixer during Reactivation.........................................................................................................37
4.2.7 Flow Meter B3/4, Water Intake Quantity .....................................................................................................38
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4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.2.8 Sensor Softener............................................................................................................................................38
4.2.9 Electronically Controlled Water Hardness (EGS) .......................................................................................39
4.2.10 Intelligent Tab Function ..............................................................................................................................39
Water Circulation & Heating...................................................................................................................................41
4.3.1 Circulation Pump..........................................................................................................................................42
4.3.2 Circulation Pump - Speed Sensor and Load Sensing ...................................................................................43
4.3.3 Heating .........................................................................................................................................................45
4.3.4 NTC Temperature Sensor, R30 ....................................................................................................................45
4.3.5 Heater Pressure Switch, B1/13 .....................................................................................................................47
4.3.6 Turbidity Sensor (ECO Sensor III, Auto-sensor), B3/10..............................................................................48
4.3.7 Spray Arm Sensing.......................................................................................................................................50
4.3.8 Filter Combination with Micro Fine Filter ...................................................................................................51
Dispensing ...............................................................................................................................................................52
4.4.1 Combination Dispenser ................................................................................................................................52
Drain System ...........................................................................................................................................................53
4.5.1 Drain Pump ..................................................................................................................................................53
Drying......................................................................................................................................................................54
4.6.1 Circulation Turbothermic Drying (active): UTT Version 1 .........................................................................54
4.6.2 Circulation Turbothermic Drying (active): UTT Version 2 .........................................................................56
4.6.3 Fan................................................................................................................................................................57
5.0 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................................58
5.1
5.2
5.3
Housing....................................................................................................................................................................58
5.1.1 Side Panel – Removal..................................................................................................................................59
5.1.2 Drip Pan – Removal ....................................................................................................................................59
Door.........................................................................................................................................................................61
5.2.1 Front Panel (GDU / Custom) – Removal ....................................................................................................61
5.2.2 Door Tension – Adjustment ........................................................................................................................62
5.2.3 Outer Door Panel – Removal.......................................................................................................................64
5.2.4 Fascia Panel Removal..................................................................................................................................65
5.2.5 Door Hinge - Removal ................................................................................................................................65
5.2.6 Combination Dispenser Unit - Removal......................................................................................................67
5.2.7 Cable Holder - Removal..............................................................................................................................68
5.2.8 Bottom Door Seal - Removal ......................................................................................................................68
5.2.9 Locking Plate - Adjustment.........................................................................................................................69
5.2.10 Door Lock – Removal (Integrate Models)...................................................................................................70
5.2.11 Door Switch – Replacement (Integrated models)........................................................................................71
5.2.12 Fully Integrated (VI) Lock with Door Contact Switch Removal.................................................................72
5.2.13 Door lock emergency release – Activate (Fully Integrated)........................................................................72
Inner Cabinet ...........................................................................................................................................................73
5.3.1 Door Seal - Replacement.............................................................................................................................73
5.3.2 Toe Kick (Plinth Removal) .........................................................................................................................74
5.3.3 Cover Plate - Removal.................................................................................................................................75
5.3.4 Connecting Strip (Lower Support) – Removal............................................................................................76
5.3.5 Multi-Plinth Removal (Door Tension Spring Housing) ..............................................................................77
5.3.6 Steam Condenser Removal..........................................................................................................................78
5.3.7 Fan Removal................................................................................................................................................78
5.3.8 Basket Runners - Removal ..........................................................................................................................79
5.3.9 Water Level Check......................................................................................................................................80
5.4.1 WaterProof System (WPS) Restrictor – Replacement ................................................................................82
5.4.2 WaterProof System (WPS) - Removal ........................................................................................................83
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5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7
5.4.8
5.4.9
5.4.10
5.4.11
5.4.12
5.4.13
5.4.14
5.4.15
5.5
Flowmeter (circuit board) – Removal .........................................................................................................84
Top Spray Arm Removal.............................................................................................................................84
Middle Spray Arm Removal .......................................................................................................................84
Bottom Spray Arm Removal .......................................................................................................................85
Feed Pipe with Turbidity Sensor – Top Spray Arm, Removal ....................................................................85
Feed Pipe – Middle Spray Arm, Removal...................................................................................................85
Spray Arm Sensor Removal ........................................................................................................................85
Water Inlet Mixer with Resin Chamber – Removal ....................................................................................86
EGS Valve Solenoid - Removal ..................................................................................................................88
Reactivation Valve – Removal ....................................................................................................................88
Salt Container - Removal ............................................................................................................................89
Circulation Pump - Removal .......................................................................................................................89
Circulation Pump - Service .........................................................................................................................91
5.4.15.1 Pump Cap Removal / Heater Element – Access .......................................................................92
5.4.15.2 Slide Shutter Removal ..............................................................................................................92
5.4.15.3 Drive Removal...........................................................................................................................93
5.4.15.4 Pump Impeller Removal ...........................................................................................................95
5.4.15.5 Pump Housing Removal ...........................................................................................................95
5.4.15.6 Capacitor Removal....................................................................................................................95
5.4.15.7 Heater Pressure Switch Removal ..............................................................................................95
5.4.15.8 Speed Sensor Removal..............................................................................................................95
5.4.16 Drain Pump Removal .................................................................................................................................96
5.4.17 Float Switch Removal ................................................................................................................................96
5.4.18 Sump Removal ...........................................................................................................................................97
5.4.19 NTC Temperature Sensor Removal ...........................................................................................................98
5.4.20 Filter Combination Dismantling.................................................................................................................99
5.4.21 Filter Combination Assembly (New Micro Fine Filter and Handle)........................................................ 100
5.4.22 Filter Combination Assembly (with Locking Piece)................................................................................ 101
Electronic Unit....................................................................................................................................................... 103
5.5.1 Mains Switch Removal (Integrated)......................................................................................................... 104
5.5.2 Electronic Unit Holder Removal .............................................................................................................. 105
5.5.3 Electronic Unit Removal (Integrated) ...................................................................................................... 105
6.0 FAULT DIAGNOSIS .................................................................................................106
6.1
6.2
6.3
Diagnostic Modes – Overview ............................................................................................................................. 106
6.1.1 Water Hardness Setting – Checking and Programming ............................................................................... 107
Advanta Series ....................................................................................................................................................... 107
6.2.1 Advanta Series - G2020................................................................................................................................ 107
6.2.1.1 G2020 - Programming Mode .................................................................................................... 107
6.2.1.2 G2020 - Service Mode .............................................................................................................. 112
6.2.1.3 G2020 Component Test – Information ..................................................................................... 115
6.2.2 Advanta Series – G2170............................................................................................................................... 117
6.2.2.1 G2170 - Programming Mode .................................................................................................... 117
6.2.2.2 G2170 - Service Mode .............................................................................................................. 124
6.2.2.3 G2170 Component Test – Information ..................................................................................... 127
Inspira Series ......................................................................................................................................................... 129
6.3.1 Inspira Series - G2140 & G2150 .................................................................................................................. 129
6.3.1.1 G2140 / G2150 - Programming Mode ...................................................................................... 129
6.3.1.2 G2140 / G2150 Service Mode................................................................................................... 134
6.3.1.3 G2140 / G2150 Component Test - Information ........................................................................ 137
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6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.3.2 Inspira Series - G1180 & G2180 ................................................................................................................. 139
6.3.2.1 G1180 / G2180 - Programming Mode ...................................................................................... 139
6.3.2.2 G1180 / G2180 - Service Mode ................................................................................................ 146
6.3.2.3 G1180 / G2180 – Component Test............................................................................................ 149
Optima Series ....................................................................................................................................................... 151
6.4.1 Optima Series – G2420 & G2430................................................................................................................. 151
6.4.1.1 G2420 / G2430 – Programming Mode....................................................................................... 151
6.4.1.2 G2420 / G2430 - Service Mode Summary ................................................................................. 157
6.4.1.3 G2420 / G2430 Component Test ............................................................................................... 160
6.4.2 Optima Series – G1470 & G2470............................................................................................................... 162
6.4.2.1 G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode.......................................................................................... 162
6.4.2.2 G1470 / G2470 – Service Mode................................................................................................ 168
6.4.2.3 G1470 / G2470 Component Test ............................................................................................... 170
Excella Series........................................................................................................................................................ 172
6.5.1 Excella Series – G2630................................................................................................................................ 172
6.5.1.1 G2630 Programming Mode........................................................................................................ 172
6.5.1.2 G2630 – Service Mode.............................................................................................................. 178
6.5.1.3 G2630 Component Test.............................................................................................................. 180
6.5.2 Excella Series – G2670 ................................................................................................................................ 183
6.5.2.1 G2670 Programming Mode........................................................................................................ 183
6.5.2.2 G2670 – Service Mode.............................................................................................................. 187
6.5.2.3 G2670 Component Test.............................................................................................................. 189
LaPerla - G2830.................................................................................................................................................... 192
6.6.1 G2830 - Program Mode.............................................................................................................................. 192
6.6.2 G2830 – Service Mode............................................................................................................................... 197
6.6.3 G2830 Component Test.............................................................................................................................. 199
Fault Code Summary ............................................................................................................................................ 203
Fault Repair Summary.......................................................................................................................................... 204
6.8.1 No Power - Main Switch Is On .................................................................................................................. 204
6.8.2 Display shows “Close Salt Reservoir Cap” ................................................................................................ 204
6.8.3 Drain Pump Switches On and Off at Short Intervals.................................................................................. 204
6.8.4 Inlet / Drain LED Flashes and Lights up Alternately (Fully Integrated) .................................................. 205
6.8.5 Dishwasher Program Can Be Selected But Not Started............................................................................. 205
6.8.6 Dishwashing program interrupted, no fault indication ............................................................................... 205
6.8.7 Door does not close correctly ..................................................................................................................... 206
6.8.8 Condensation forms on adjacent cabinets................................................................................................... 206
6.8.9 Noises during drying cycle......................................................................................................................... 207
6.8.10 Foreign object in drain system.................................................................................................................... 207
6.8.11 Poor Drying Results.................................................................................................................................... 208
6.8.12 No Drying Or Drying Too Slow ................................................................................................................. 208
6.8.13 Water Present In Appliance And Is Not Being Drained Off....................................................................... 210
6.8.14 Inlet/Drain LED Flashes During Water Intake, Dishwasher ends selected program. (F12, F13 or F19).... 211
6.8.15 Wash Program Is Interrupted And Drain Pump Is Operated....................................................................... 214
6.8.16 The program is not interrupted, but faults are logged into the fault memory.............................................. 220
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G1000 / G2000 Dishwashers - List of Figures
Figure 1-1: Appliance Overview (Typical Integrated Unit)............................................. 11
Figure 1-2: Appliance Overview (Typical Fully Integrated (Vi) Unit) ............................. 12
Figure 1-3: Pre-Finished Dishwasher............................................................................ 14
Figure 1-4: Integrated Dishwasher................................................................................ 14
Figure 1-5: Fully Integrated (Incognito) (Vi) Dishwasher............................................... 15
Figure 1-6: Dimensions ................................................................................................. 17
Figure 1-7: Data Tag Location ...................................................................................... 18
Figure 1-8: Data Tag Information .................................................................................. 18
Figure 1-9: Model Numbering ....................................................................................... 19
Figure 1-10: Layout of Components................................................................................ 21
Figure 2-1: Installation Manual (Typical) ....................................................................... 22
Figure 3-1: Door Handle Release ................................................................................. 23
Figure 3-2: Child Safety Lock........................................................................................ 23
Figure 3-3: Salt Container Release............................................................................... 25
Figure 3-4: Filling the Salt Using the Built In Funnel ..................................................... 25
Figure 3-5: Display (Main Menu)................................................................................... 26
Figure 3-6: Display (With Selected Program)................................................................ 26
Figure 3-7: Display (With Selected Options) ................................................................. 27
Figure 3-8: Display (Main Menu)................................................................................... 27
Figure 3-9: Display (With Selected Program)................................................................ 27
Figure 3-10: Display (With Selected Options) ................................................................. 28
Figure 4-1: Inner Cabinet .............................................................................................. 29
Figure 4-2: WaterProof System Intake Valves .............................................................. 30
Figure 4-3: WaterProof System Flow Restrictor............................................................ 31
Figure 4-4: Water Inlet Mixer......................................................................................... 33
Figure 4-5: Inlet Mixer without EGS .............................................................................. 35
Figure 4-6: Inlet Mixer with EGS ................................................................................... 36
Figure 4-7: Inlet Mixer during Reactivation ................................................................... 37
Figure 4-8: Water Intake and Circulation Paths ............................................................ 41
Figure 4-9: Circulation Pump – Water Paths................................................................. 42
Figure 4-10: Circulation Pump - Components................................................................. 44
Figure 4-11: Heater Pressure Switch Circuit................................................................... 47
Figure 4-12: Turbidity Sensor Circuit .............................................................................. 48
Figure 4-13: Turbidity Sensor.......................................................................................... 49
Figure 4-14: Spray Arm Sensor ...................................................................................... 50
Figure 4-15: Filter Combination in Sump ........................................................................ 51
Figure 4-16: Combination Dispenser .............................................................................. 52
Figure 4-17: Drying System UTT Version 1 .................................................................... 54
Figure 4-18: Drying System UTT Version 2 .................................................................... 56
Figure 5-1: Toe Kick (Plinth) Removal .......................................................................... 75
Figure 5-2: Door Tension Adjustment ........................................................................... 62
Figure 5-3: Side Panel Removal ................................................................................... 59
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Figure 5-4: Door Seal with Door.................................................................................... 70
Figure 5-5: Door Seal Installation.................................................................................. 74
Figure 5-6: Drip Pan Removal....................................................................................... 60
Figure 5-7: Integrated Door Panel Screw Locations ..................................................... 62
Figure 5-8: Outer Door Panel Removal......................................................................... 64
Figure 5-9: Opening the Hinge Bracket......................................................................... 66
Figure 5-10: Front Hinge Retaining Screw...................................................................... 67
Figure 5-11: Side Hinge Retaining Screw ....................................................................... 67
Figure 5-12: Side Hinge Retaining Screw ....................................................................... 67
Figure 5-13: Dispenser Removal .................................................................................... 68
Figure 5-14: Lower door seal holder ............................................................................... 69
Figure 5-15: Door Lock Removal .................................................................................... 71
Figure 5-16: Cover Plate Removal.................................................................................. 76
Figure 5-17: Connecting Strip Removal .......................................................................... 77
Figure 5-18: Retaining Clip ............................................................................................. 80
Figure 5-19: Water Level Reference ............................................................................... 81
Figure 5-20: Tilting the Flow Restrictor ........................................................................... 83
Figure 5-21: Removing the Flow Restrictor..................................................................... 83
Figure 5-22: Water Intake Mixer Assembly and Related Components ........................... 88
Figure 5-23: Circulation Pump and Related Components (Typical)................................ 91
Figure 6-3:
Figure 6-4:
Figure 6-5:
Figure 6-6:
Figure 6-7:
Figure 6-8:
Circuit test path for F11. ............................................................................ 210
F19 - Start rinse block water intake ........................................................... 212
F19 – Test routine...................................................................................... 213
Circuit test path for F24. ............................................................................ 216
Circuit test path for F-51 (initial state)........................................................ 217
Circuit test path for F-51 (testing state) ..................................................... 218
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G1000 / G2000 Dishwashers - List of Tables
Table 1-1:
Table 1-2:
Table 1-3:
Table 1-4:
Table 1-5:
Controls Overview..........................................................................................................13
Overview of US Model Numbers....................................................................................19
Door Spring Summary ...................................................................................................20
Panel weights/tension springs in delivery condition.......................................................20
Panel weights/tension springs in customer service version...........................................20
Table 4-1: NTC Sensor Resistance Values ....................................................................................46
Table 6-1: Diagnostic Mode Overview by Series / Model Number................................................106
Table 6-2: Water Hardness: Standard setting: 15 gr/gal (15 °d) ...................................................107
Table 6-3: G2020 Programming Mode Options (continued on Table 6-4) ....................................108
Table 6-4: G2020 Programming Mode Options (cont. from Table 6-3) (cont. on Table 6-5) ........109
Table 6.5: G2020 Programming Mode Options (cont. from Table 6-4) (cont. to Table 6-6). ........110
Table 6.6: G2020 Programming Mode Options (continued from Table 6-5) .................................111
Table 6-7: G2020 Service Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-8).............................................113
Table 6-8: G2020 Service Mode Options (continued from Table 6-7) ..........................................114
Table 6-9: G2170 Programming Mode Options (continued on Table 6-10) ..................................118
Table 6-10: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-9) (Cont. on Table 6-11).....119
Table 6-11: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-10) (Cont. on Table 6-12)...120
Table 6-12: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-11) (Cont. on Table 6-13)...121
Table 6-13: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-12) (Cont. on Table 6-14)...122
Table 6-14: G2170 Programming Mode Options (continued from Table 6-13)...............................123
Table 6-15: Service Mode (G2170) (Continued on Table 6-16)......................................................125
Table 6-16: Service Mode (G2170) (Continued from Table 6-15)...................................................126
Table 6-17: G2140 Program Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-18) .........................................130
Table 6-18: G2140 Program Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-17) (Cont. on Table 6-19) ..........131
Table 6-19: G2140 Program Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-18) (Cont. on Table 6-20) ..........132
Table 6-20: G2140 Program Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-19)......................................133
Table 6-21: G2140 Service Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-22)...........................................135
Table 6-22: G2140 Service Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-21)........................................136
Table 6-23: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-24) ...................140
Table 6-24: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-23)
(Cont. on Table 6-25) .................................................................................................141
Table 6-25: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-24)
(Cont. on Table 6-26) .................................................................................................142
Table 6-27: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-26)
(Cont. on Table 6-28) .................................................................................................144
Table 6-28: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-27) ................145
Table 6-29: G1180 / G2180 Service Mode (Continued on Table 6-30) ..........................................147
Table 6-30: G1180 / G2180 Service Mode (Continued from Table 6-29) .......................................148
Table 6-31: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-32) ...................152
Table 6-32: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-31)
(Cont. on Table 6-33) .................................................................................................153
Table 6-33: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-32)
(Cont. on Table 6-34) .................................................................................................154
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Table 6-34: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-33)
(Cont. on Table 6-35) .................................................................................................155
Table 6-35: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-34) ................156
Table 6-36: G2420 / G2430 Service Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-37) .............................158
Table 6-37: G2420 / G2430 Service Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-36)..........................159
Table 6-38: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-39) ...................163
Table 6-39: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-38)
(Cont. on Table 6-40) .................................................................................................164
Table 6-40: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-39)
(Cont. on Table 6-41) .................................................................................................165
Table 6-41: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-40)
(Cont. on Table 6-42) .................................................................................................167
Table 6-42: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-41) ................167
Table 6-43: G1470 / G2470 Service Mode Options ........................................................................169
Table 6-44: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-45) .................................173
Table 6-45: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-44) (Cont. on Table 6-46)...174
Table 6-46: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-45) (Cont. on Table 6-47)...175
Table 6-47: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Cont. From Table 6-46) (Cont. on Table 6-48) .176
Table 6-48: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-47) .................................177
Table 6-49: G2630 Service Mode Options......................................................................................179
Table 6-50: G2670 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-51) .................................184
Table 6-51: G2670 Program Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-50) (Cont. on Table 6-52) ..........185
Table 6-52: G2670 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-51) ..............................186
Table 6-53: G2670 Service Mode Options......................................................................................188
Table 6-54: G2830 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-55). ................................193
Table 6-55: G2830 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-54) (Cont. on Table 6-56)...194
Table 6-56: G2830 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-55). .............................195
Table 6-57: G2830 Service Mode Options......................................................................................198
Table 6-58: Fault Code Summary ...................................................................................................203
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Warnings and Safety Information
Service and repair work should only be carried out by suitably qualified persons in
accordance with all appropriate local and national safety regulations.
Before any service work is started, the appliance must be disconnected from the
power supply.
If it is necessary to tip the machine when working on the lower areas, it may only be
tilted onto its back. On models with salt container in the sump, the following must be
performed:
Empty the water inlet mixer: Open the salt container cap briefly, reinstall the cap and
ensure it is firmly secured. Any remaining water should then be removed from the
cabinet.
Upon completion of any service procedures, a short wash program without load
should be run. This is to remove any salt residues that might be present and prevent
possible corrosion.
If the retaining nut to the salt container becomes loose during repair work, the salt
container can slip out of the connection to the water inlet mixer. Should this occur the
salt container must be dismantled. To avoid leaks and additional procedures ensure
the salt container is supported via the service opening.
Do not tilt the unit onto its right side, as this would cause water to run into the fan.
Many procedures will require the machine to be placed on its back. Care should be
taken to avoid damage to the water hoses and power cord.
For questions, concerns, clarifications or further assistance contact the Miele
Technical Support Center at 1-800-999-1360.
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1.0
Construction and Design
1.1
Appliance Overview
1.1.1
Appliance Overview – Typical Integrated Model
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Upper Spray Arm (Not Visible)
Cutlery Tray (Depending On Model)
Upper Basket
Middle Spray Arm
Air Inlet For Drying (Depending On Model)
Lower Spray Arm
Filter Combination
Data Plate
Child Safety Lock In The Door Handle (Not Visible)
Rinse Aid Reservoir
Dual Compartment Detergent Dispenser
Figure 1-1: Appliance Overview (Typical Integrated Unit)
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1.1.2
Appliance Overview – Typical Fully Integrated Model
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Upper Spray Arm (Not Visible)
Cutlery Tray (Depending On Model)
Upper Basket
Middle Spray Arm
Air Inlet For Drying (Depending On Model)
Lower Spray Arm
Filter Combination
Data Plate
Optical Interface
Rinse Aid Reservoir
Dual Compartment Detergent Dispenser
Salt Container
Figure 1-2: Appliance Overview (Typical Fully Integrated (Vi) Unit)
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1.2
Controls Overview
Controls on Miele dishwashers are categorized into four (4) types:
Control Type
Description
Novotronic
Each Novotronic model dishwasher can be operated with a single
knob. Surface mounted design technology (SMD) allows Miele
Novotronic components to be extremely durable and reliable.
These controls are capable of performing hundreds of tasks, which
cannot be handled by mechanical components.
Touchtronic
This series of Miele dishwashers is operated by pushing a single
button – no separate temperature or drying selections – just turn
the machine on, select a program and Miele does the rest. All
models include a diverse group of wash programs for multiple
cleaning needs. Models are designed to maximize cleaning results
and optimize water and energy conservation.
Incognito (Fully The Incognito (fully integrated) series dishwashers have the
Integrated) (Vi) program controls located on the top edge of the door; and are
accessed while the door is open. Neither seen nor heard, the Miele
Incognito Series OCI (Optical cycle Indicator) allows you to see the
progress of the dishwasher cycle by way of a red light, which is
steady or flashing depending on the status of the cycle.
Navitronic
The Navitronic Touch Display consists of two electronic boards
located behind the control panel. The front program electronic
board contains pad sensors, which respond to finger contact. Three
touch pad sensors are present on each side of the display to
control the menu items displayed next to them (indicated by a small
arrow) within the display area. During operation the display will
show:
The program name
The current time of day
The program sequence
The approximate remaining time
Faults and messages
Table 1-1: Controls Overview
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1.3
Types of Dishwashers
1.3.1
Pre-Finished
Figure 1-3: Pre-Finished Dishwasher
The pre-finished construction consist of a pre-assembled door panel and control
panel; making it an ideal replacement unit. Available in white, black or stainless steel.
1.3.2
Integrated
Figure 1-4: Integrated Dishwasher
Integrated dishwashers ship with a separate control panel, and optional GDU (door)
panel. Every Integrated dishwasher ships with a bracket for installing a custom
cabinet panel. The use of separate components allows for a truly customized
installation.
1.3.3
Fully Integrated
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Figure 1-5: Fully Integrated (Incognito) (Vi) Dishwasher
Fully Integrated Dishwashers are designed to blend into the surrounding cabinetry.
The operator controls are only available when door is opened. Each dishwasher is
shipped with a bracket for securing a custom cabinet panel. An optional Miele
stainless steel SCVi panel is also available.
1.4
Technical Data
1.4.1
Electrical Information
Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Rated Load: 12.5 A / 1500 W (typical)
Circuit breaker: 15 AMPS
The appliance is equipped with a 4 ft power cord and molded NEMA 515 plug; for
connection to a NEMA 5-15R receptacle (120VAC, 15 Amp, 3 prong, grounded
outlet).
It is recommended that the power outlet for the appliance be installed on the wall
(within the cabinets), adjacent to under counter space where the appliance is
installed.
Ensure the cabinets contain no rough edges that could damage the power cord or
drain hose. If metal cabinets are used, ensure a rubber grommet is installed around
the opening.
Always exercise care when sliding the dishwasher in or out, to prevent damaging the
power cord and / or hoses.
Hard Wire Electrical Connection
Connections: L1 (Black) to L on terminal block, N (White) to N on terminal block,
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GND To ground connector.
Hard wiring the dishwasher should only be done if required by electrical code.
Do not cut the plug off the power supply cord / plug and connect it directly to the
house wiring under any circumstances. This voids the warranty.
For hard wiring, the power cord must be removed from the appliance by
disconnecting the cord from the terminal box located at the lower left front of the
dishwasher, behind the Toekick and Service Panel. Pass the permanent power
supply cable through the strain relief and secure it directly to the terminal box.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE GROUNDED
1.4.2
Plumbing Connections
1.4.2.1
Intake Connection
The appliance is equipped with a five (5) foot long Double WaterProof System Intake
Hose; equipped with a ¾ inch female hose connection; for connection to a ¾ inch
male hose thread water supply valve.
1.4.2.2
Drain Connection
The appliance is equipped with a five (5) foot long Drain Hose for connection to a ¾
inch drain nipple.
1.4.3
Dimensions
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Figure 1-6: Dimensions
For the latest product specifications, including product dimensions visit: Miele.com
1.5
Data Tag
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1.5.1
Data Tag - Location
Figure 1-7: Data Tag Location
1.5.2
Data Tag – Information
Figure 1-8: Data Tag Information
1.6
Model Numbering
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Figure 1-9: Model Numbering
1.6.1
Mode Numbering – Overview of USA Model Numbers
G2020
Advanta Series G2020SC
Inspira Series G2140
G2140SC
G2140i
Optima Series G2420SCi
Excella
LaPeral
G2170Vi
G2170SCVi
G2150
G2150SC
G2430SC
G2430SCi
G2670SCi
-
G2630SCi
G2830
Table 1-2: Overview of US Model Numbers
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G2180Vi
G2180SCVi
G1180SCvi
G2470SCVi
G1470SCVi
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1.7
Door Springs / Weights – Specifications
Springs should always be installed in matching pairs
Model
Color
G1xxx, freestanding, builtunder
G2xxx, built
under
G1xxx, (I) (VI)
G2xxx, (I) (VI)
Orange
Tensile strength Length (mm)
(N)
Approx. 230
150
Blue
Approx. 290
157
Uncolored
Green
Approx. 320
Approx. 410
156
155
Table 1-3: Door Spring Summary
Door panel weights/tension springs – factory
Series
G1xxx I
G1xxx I
G2xxx I
G2xxx I
Control panel
type
Synthetic fiber
Stainless steel
Synthetic fiber
Stainless steel
Color
Max. weight of
front panel (Kg)
Uncolored
Uncolored
Green
Green
10
9
13
11
Table 1-4: Panel weights/tension springs in delivery condition
Door panel weights/tension springs - service installed versions
Series
G1xxx I
G1xxx I
G2xxx I
G2xxx I
Control panel
type
Synthetic fiber
Stainless steel
Synthetic fiber
Stainless steel
Color
Max. weight of
front panel (Kg)
Green
Green
-
15
14
-
Table 1-5: Panel weights/tension springs in customer service version
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1.8
Layout of Components (Typical)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Reed switch salt, B8/2
Salt reservoir
Solenoid valve (reactivation) Y38
Solenoid valve (water hardness) Y5
Sensor softener, 10N1
Heater relay, K1/1
Spray arm sensing (middle) 4N1
Reed switch rinse aid, B8/1
Combi-Dispenser solenoid, Y50
Flowmeter, B3/4
Module tray electronic, 1N1
Door contact switch, S24
Water Intake valve (water intake) Y2
Turbidity sensor, B3/10
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Figure 1-10: Layout of Components
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Main switch, S2
Heater Pressure switch, B1/13
Slide shutter, M24 and B3/12
Circulation pump (MPEW), M6
Main power socket, X3/1
Interference suppressor, Z1
Capacitor circulation pump, C6
Heater, R1
Speed sensor, B3/9
Temperature sensor (NTC), R30
Fan, M2
Overflow reed switch, B8/3
Drain pump, M8
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2.0
Installation
Refer to the Residential Appliance Installation Manual.
Figure 2-1: Installation Manual (Typical)
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3.0
Commission and Operation
3.1
Door Handle / Lock – Prefinished & Integrated Models
To open the door: Press the release inside the door grip (Figure 3-1). To close the
door: Push door closed, until an audible click is heard.
Figure 3-1: Door Handle Release
Note
If the door is opened during operation, the dishwasher will stop
running. Once the door is closed the program will restart.
3.2
Child Safety Lock
Refer to Figure 3-2.
To lock the door: push the slider below the door grip to the right
To unlock the door: push the slider to the left. See Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2: Child Safety Lock
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3.3
Water Softener
If your tap water hardness is above 8 grains per gallon (140 ppm), the
water should be softened.
If the Water Softener is needed (for select models only):
The water softener sets automatically to the local water hardness.
Note
The water hardness level can be programmed manually. See
Diagnostic Modes 6.1 or Operational Manual.
If the water softener is needed the salt reservoir must be filled – refer to 3.3.1
through 3.3.2 for details.
If the Water Softener is not needed (for select models only):
The “insufficient salt” message will turn off automatically.
Salt is not needed and should not be installed.
3 in 1 tablets and salt usage
When using 3 in 1 tablets (containing detergent, rinse aid, and water softener salt)
the “3 in 1” detergent setting should be selected. Use of 3 in 1 tablets will reduce salt
consumption of the machine to between a quarter and third of normal usage
amounts.
3.3.1
Water Softener Salt – General Information
Only use water softener salt specially formulated for dishwashers. Other salts may
contain insoluble additives that impair the Water Softener. The proper salt can be
purchased from Miele Technical Service Department.
3.3.2
Water Softener Salt – Adding
For models with salt reservoir located in bottom of the cabinet
1. Remove the Lower Basket.
2. Unscrew and remove the Salt Reservoir Cap located on the floor of the Wash
Cabinet.
3. If this is the first time salt is installed; add 2 quarts water.
4. Place a funnel over the Salt Reservoir.
5. Carefully fill reservoir with salt.
6. Clean any excess salt from the threads of the reservoir opening; and screw the
cap on firmly.
7. Run the” Rinse & Hold” program to remove any traces of salt from inside the
Wash Cabinet.
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The Salt Reservoir holds approximately 4.5 lbs (2 kg) of salt
For models with salt reservoir located on the inner door
1. Open door and hold at an angle, so that the salt container can be
completely
filled.
2. Open salt reservoir by pressing the button in the direction of the arrow
until the flap springs open - as shown in Figure 3-3.
3. Open the built in funnel, carefully fill with salt until water runs out.
4. Clean any excess and/or spilled salt.
5. Close the funnel and lid firmly.
6. Run the “Rinse & Hold” program to remove any traces of salt from
inside the
wash cabinet. Should the display shows “Insufficient salt”, refill the salt after the
program has finished. Confirm with “OK”. The
message will clear from the
display.
The salt container holds approx. 2.2 lbs. (1 Kg) of salt.
Figure 3-3: Salt Container Release
Figure 3-4: Filling the Salt Using the Built In Funnel
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3.4
General Operation
3.4.1
Novotronic Controls
1. Ensure the Spray Arms are not blocked.
2. Close the door.
3. Turn on the dishwasher. The “Start” Indicator will flash.
4. Select a wash program by turning the Program Selector to the left or right to the
desired wash program.
5. Press the “Start” button.
3.4.2
Touchtronic & Navitronic Controls
1. Ensure the Spray Arms are not blocked.
2. Close the door.
3. Turn on the dishwasher. The main menu shows in the display (Figure 3-5). If the
memory function is selected, the last selected program is displayed.
Figure 3-5: Display (Main Menu)
Note
Information about the selected program can be displayed by
touching the i control.
Select the desired program. The display changes to the program menu (Figure 3-6)
Figure 3-6: Display (With Selected Program)
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Select the desired options; a √ check will appear next to the option selected. See
Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-7: Display (With Selected Options)
When finished customizing the program, confirm with OK.
Select Start.
3.4.3
Fully Integrated (Incognito) (Vi) Controls
1. Open the door.
2. Ensure the Spray Arms are not blocked.
3. Turn on the dishwasher. The main menu shows in the display (Figure 3-8).
Figure 3-8: Display (Main Menu)
Note
Information about the selected program can be displayed by
touching the i control.
4. Select the desired program. The display changes to the program menu
(Figure 3-9).
Figure 3-9: Display (With Selected Program)
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5. Select the desired options; a √ check will appear next to the option selected.
See Figure 3-10.
Figure 3-10: Display (With Selected Options)
When finished customizing the program, confirm with OK.
Select Start. Close the door.
Note
For specific program details and further information on operating the
dishwasher refer to the model specific Operating Manual.
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4.0
Description of Function
4.1
Cabinet Construction
The inner cabinet is constructed of stainless steel (1.4301) welded onto four (4)
vertical U-section sub-frames. The cabinet is sound and heat-insulated with bitumen
and/or mineral wool matting.
Figure 4-1: Inner Cabinet
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4.2
Water Intake
4.2.1
WaterProof System (WPS)
The Water Inlet Valve (Y2) consists of two (2) electro-mechanical valves mounted
within a waterproof box located at the water connection (end of the water intake
hose).
The valves are mounted in physically and electrically in series to ensure that if one
valve should fail (e.g. due to blockage caused by a foreign body) the water flow will
still be switched off by the other valve.
Figure 4-2: WaterProof System Intake Valves
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The WaterProof System (WPS) consists of a number of interdependent safety
features, which provide protection against water leakage.
1. Protection against solenoid valve leakage:
Each water intake is controlled by an inlet valve. If this valve cannot close
properly due to some defect or blockage by a foreign body, a
second inlet valve
ensures that the water supply is shut off.
2. Protection against water intake hose leakage:
If a leakage occurs, water flows along an outer hose sleeve
surrounding the
intake hose to the drip tray. Here a float switch then
acts to switch off a microswitch, which closes the inlet valves to cut off the water supply.
3. Protection against dishwasher overflow:
If some defect has caused the water level in the appliance to rise so that it
overflows into the drip tray, and the water quantity sensor has
also failed, the
float switch is activated. This switches off a micro- switch, which closes the inlet
valves to cut off the water supply. At the
same time the drain pump is activated.
4. Protection against drain pump failure or blocked drain path:
In this case the water level in the appliance rises until it overflows into the drip
tray where the float switch is activated. This switches off a micro-switch, which
closes the inlet valves to cut off the water supply.
Warning
If the WaterProof System (WPS) is replaced, always ensure the
correct flow restrictor is installed.
1
2
3
Rubber Washer (Seal)
Filter
Flow Restrictor
Figure 4-3: WaterProof System Flow Restrictor
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4.2.3
Water Inlet Mixer
Water is taken into the appliance via the inlet valve and the water inlet mixer, through
the ion exchanger (water softener) into the sump. The water softener resin (for
reactivation) is located at the bottom of the water inlet mixer. The assembly also
contains the EGS valve (for the electronically controlled water softener) reactivation
valve and a built in flow meter. The spray arm sensors are also positioned within the
assembly (on appropriate models that include spray arm sensors).
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Figure 4-4: Water Inlet Mixer
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Component List – Refer to Figure 4-4.
1. Flow Meter B3/4
2. Ball Valve
3. Water Reservoir – Softener Reactivation
4. Overflow
5. Non-return Device
6. Vent
7. Ion Exchanger
8. Water Outlet to Salt Container
9. Water Intake from Salt Container
10. Connection to Inlet Valve
11. Reactivation Valve
12. EGS Valve
13. Water Outlet to Sump
14. Cabinet Water Inlet
A. Middle Spray Arm Sensor
B. Lower Spray Arm Sensor
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4.2.4
Water Inlet Mixer Without EGS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Water Outlet to Sump
EGS Valve not activated
Reactivation Valve
Connection to Inlet Valve
Figure 4-5: Inlet Mixer without EGS
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4.2.5
Water Inlet Mixer wth EGS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Water Outlet to Sump
EGS Valve activated
Reactivation Valve
Connection to Inlet Valve
Figure 4-6: Inlet Mixer with EGS
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4.2.6
Water Inlet Mixer during Reactivation
1.
2.
3.
4.
Water Outlet to Sump
EGS Valve
Reactivation Valve open
Connection to Inlet Valve
Figure 4-7: Inlet Mixer during Reactivation
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4.2.7
Flow Meter B3/4, Water Intake Quantity
A Flow Meter B3/4 integrated in the Water Inlet Mixer monitors the water intake
quantity. The water flow is measured in the hard water area.
A permanent magnet located in the Flow Meter axle activates an external reed
switch each time the axle rotates. The pulses supplied by the reed switch are
registered by the electronic unit and compared with a target value stored in memory
for the particular program or program step in operation. For each liter of water,
approx. 200 pulses should be registered. When the target value (maximum number
of pulses) is reached, the water intake step is stopped. If the target value has not
been reached after 4 min, the program is interrupted and the Drain Pump operates.
Then, depending on the model, the Inlet/Drain LED flashes or fault code F13 is
displayed, see Fault code F13, 6.8.14.
Note
For precise details regarding permissible minimum flow pressure, see
the appropriate operating/installation instructions.
4.2.8
Sensor Softener
If there is a break in data transfer between the Sensor Softener and the electronic
module, the control activates an emergency program. The basis for calculating the
period between individual reactivation cycles is then the most recently registered
water hardness Figure saved before the break in communications. At every new
program start, the electronic module attempts to re-establish contact with the Sensor
Softener. If this is successful, measured values from the Sensor Softener will then be
used again.
To ensure that possible measurement faults at the Sensor Softener do not have
severe consequences, the electronic control includes a further safety feature. A table
relating water hardness to maximum water quantities is stored in memory. If the
maximum water quantity for the hardness level in question is taken in without
reactivation having taken place, a reactivation cycle is started automatically.
If a sensor softener fault is registered, the fault code F87 is displayed and saved in
the fault memory, see Fault code F87, 6.8.15.
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4.2.9
Electronically Controlled Water Hardness (EGS)
To prevent or avoid possible glass corrosion, the wash water hardness level should
not exceed or fall below 3 gr/gal, in program steps with heating and 5 gr/gal in
program steps without heating. With mains water hardness below 20 gr/gal. (In
heating steps under 16 gr/gal) the Solenoid Valve Y5 is activated to add a proportion
of hard mains water to the cabinet. The proportion added in this way depends on the
mains water hardness level set at the electronic unit or that measured at the Sensor
Softener. The EGS system is not active as standard in all wash programs, but this
can be programmed as an option if required.
The EGS Valve is located in the Water Inlet Mixer.
4.2.10
Intelligent Tab Function
To optimize wash results, the type of detergent (normal detergent or combination
products in tablet form) used in the dishwasher can be set. To adjust the program
sequence to suit the detergent type, press the Tab as appropriate. The selected
function remains applicable until it is modified again. It is therefore not necessary to
select 2 in 1 or 3 in 1 before every program.
Standard detergent (powder or tab form):
The tab button is not pressed. This means filling rinse aid in the customary way, and
salt will be consumed for the reactivation of the water softener.
2 in 1 Detergent:
When the 2 in 1 function is selected, the program sequence is adjusted for 2 in 1
tablets (containing detergent and rinse aid). All water intake will be with soft water at
the pre-set water hardness level. The dispensing of rinse aid and the rinse aid refill
indicator light are deactivated.
3 in 1 Detergent:
When 3 in 1 function is selected, the program sequence is adjusted for 3 in 1 tablets
(containing detergent, rinse aid and salt). The dispensing of rinse aid and the rinse
aid refill indicator light are deactivated. Salt consumption for the softener reactivation
is reduced to between 1/3 and ¼ of its normal level. During the first two water intake
cycles, prepared water taken from the water softener is added to the circulating
water. During the following intake cycle, the softener is inactive.
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Note
When selecting the function “2in1” or “3in1”, impulses dispense rinse aid
(1 ml), to slowly empty the dispensing chamber. This is necessary since
rinse aid remnants, depending on their chemical composition, can clump,
or separate, under certain temperature and storage conditions.
The additional rinse aid dispensed as the chamber is being emptied has a
positive effect on the drying result. So if the drying result deteriorates after
some time of washing with combination products, it might be that all rinse
aid remnants have been flushed from the detergent chamber.
Warning
The 3 in 1 function may not be selected if the water hardness level is above
26 gr/gal. The detergent manufacturer’s instructions must be followed.
Note
If detergent tabs are used which contain other components in addition to
rinse aid and salt replacement (such as glass care, stainless steel shine,
etc.), select function “3in1”.
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4.3
Water Circulation & Heating
1 Solenoid valve – Water Intake Y2
2 Ball Valve
3 Water Inlet Mixer
4 Water Reservoir – Softener Reactivation
5 Turbidity Sensor B3/10
6 Feed Pipe – Top Spray Arm
7 Feed Pipe – Middle Spray Arm
8 Circulation Pump M6 + Heating R1
9 Feed to Circulation Pump
10 Feed Pipe – Bottom Spray Arm
11 Sump
12 Non-return Valve
13 Drain Pump M8
14 Salt Container
15 Water Intake from Salt Container
16 Solenoid Valve – Reactivation Y38
17 Resin Tank
18
19
20
21
22
23
Soft Water Outlet to Sump
Water Outlet to Salt Container
Supply to Water Intake Mixer
Non-return Device
Flow Meter B3/4
Solenoid Valve – Wash Water
Hardness Y5 (EGS)
Figure 4-8: Water Intake and Circulation Paths
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4.3.1
Circulation Pump
1
2
3a
3b
Water Intake (suction area)
Output to Middle Spray Arm
Output to Top Spray Arm
Output to Bottom Spray Arm
Figure 4-9: Circulation Pump – Water Paths
Water is passed to the spray arms via the circulation pump. There are two circulation
pump versions depending on model.
Circulation pump with slide shutter: MPEW (approx. 65 W)
With spray arm alternation, the spray arms are only intermittently supplied with
water. This is achieved via a slide shutter, which is moved back and forth as
appropriate to open or close water paths to the different spray arms. For 30 sec. both
the top and bottom spray arms are supplied and during the next 30 sec. the middle
spray arm only. The total water circulation rate is constant and is approx. 34 l/min.
Detergent is only dispensed when the middle spray arm is being supplied with water.
A hall sensor is located between the pump housing and the motor to measure the
pump speed. Depending on the measured value, the quantity of additional water
required, if any, can be established.
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Circulation pump without slide shutter: MPEH (approx. 85 W)
With the circulation pump without the slide shutter, all three spray arms are supplied
with water at the same time. The total water circulation rate is approx. 68 l/min.
Approx. 15 l/min flow through the top spray arm, approx. 34 l/min through the middle
spray arm and approx. 19 l/min through the bottom spray arm. This pump version
does not have a speed sensor.
Both pumps are equipped with a winding changeover, which increases the torque at
the moment they are switched on (higher starting torque). In this state the main
winding is connected directly, and the auxiliary winding connected indirectly via the
capacitor, to the power supply.
The winding changes are made via a changeover relay on the electronic module. At
every switch-on, the changeover relay and the circulation pump-starting relay are
supplied with power at the same time. The changeover relay switches the windings
with a time delay.
Both circulation pumps have thermal winding protection.
4.3.2
Circulation Pump - Speed Sensor and Load Sensing
G1570 SC VI, G2570 SC VI G2630 SCI, G2670 SCVI, G2830 SCI
The MPEW circulation pump (with slide shutter) is fitted with a speed sensor (Hall
Sensor), which is located between the pump housing and motor. The pump speed
can be measured via the sensor and a ring magnet mounted on the circulation pump
shaft.
The quantity of water taken in at the start of the program is measured via the flow
meter, B3/4. This basic quantity of water wets the load and settles in certain areas
such as on the bottom of cups. The lower the quantity of water that flows back into
the sump, the greater the quantity of dishes in the appliance, as more water has
been required to wet the load. The way the circulation pump is running is used to
register how much water has flowed back to the sump. If sufficient water has
returned, the pump runs evenly. With too little water, the pump speed fluctuates.
Using this feature, additional small quantities of water are taken in until a stable
motor speed is registered.
By monitoring the speed in this way and thus controlling additional water intake
precisely can reduce energy and water consumption. The potential savings are
approx. 15% water and 19% energy.
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Note
This system has an additional advantage. Good wash results are also
ensured if the dishwasher load includes items with less than ideal shape
(e.g. cups with deep bases) as the controlled additional water intake will
replace the water that may be trapped in such pieces. This similarly
applies if, e.g., a light plastic bowl should be turned over and filled
inadvertently by the stream of water.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Slide Shutter Motor
Heater Pressure Switch
Heating Elements
Speed Sensor (Load Sensor)
Motor Connection
Capacitor
Figure 4-10: Circulation Pump - Components
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4.3.3
Heating
A ring heater element in the circulation pump housing heats the water. The heater
element and circulation pump together form one component. This ensures that on
models with spray arm alternation, heating can always be carried out whichever
water path is currently being used.
Integrating the heater element in the pump housing also ensures that it is always
cooled sufficiently thus preventing the baking-on of soil particles or impurities in the
water.
Various safety measures protect the heater element against overheating, such as the
following:
Heater Pressure Switch
NTC Temperature Sensor
Electronic Control
The heater is only activated when the circulation pump has taken in sufficient water.
4.3.4
NTC Temperature Sensor, R30
An NTC sensor is fitted in the sump and monitors water temperatures during
dishwashing.
If the maximum safety temperature of 194° F at the NTC sensor is exceeded, the
program is interrupted (boiling prevention) and fault code F26 is registered, see Fault
code F26, 6.8.15.
If during heating the desired temperature is not reached in the given time, a fault is
registered, see F25, 6.8.12.
If the sensor or its connections are open- or short-circuited, the heating is switched
off. The program then continues to the end without heating or dispensing, see Fault
code F01, (NTC short-circuited), 6.3.12 or Fault code F02, 6.8.12.
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NTC Sensor Resistance Values
Temperature (° F)
Resistance (kΩ)
32
35.979
41
28.519
50
22.766
59
18.281
68
14.774
77
11.982
86
9.787
95
8.048
104
6.653
113
5.523
122
4.608
131
3.856
140
3.243
149
2.745
158
2.333
167
1.990
176
1.704
185
1.464
194
1.262
199
1.157
203
1.093
Table 4-1: NTC Sensor Resistance Values
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4.3.5
Heater Pressure Switch, B1/13
The heater pressure switch B1/13 is located directly on the circulation pump and
registers the water pressure when the pump is in operation.
Using the pressure switch contacts, the heating is controlled via 2 poles. The heating
is switched via a heating relay located before the pressure switch contacts in the
circuit. Heating activation occurs during the wash and final rinse cycles.
If the circulation pump and heating relay are activated and the heater pressure
switch reset contact is open, the control registers a water intake fault, see Fault code
F14, 6.8.15.
1
2
3
4
Relay – Heating
Heater Pressure Switch
Heating Element
Electronic Module
Figure 4-11: Heater Pressure Switch Circuit
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4.3.6
Turbidity Sensor (ECO Sensor III, Auto-sensor), B3/10
Dishwashers from the G 1000/G 2000 generation are provided with one of two
turbidity sensors, depending on model:
The ECO sensor III measures the turbidity of the water and based on this result, the
wash blocks, temperatures and running times of automatic programs are modified. In
addition to this, the Auto-sensor has a microprocessor to evaluate the particle
measurement.
Principle of Operation
Water circulation and the presence of detergent cause bubbles to develop and
measurement technology cannot differentiate between such bubbles and suspended
soil particles. With the ECO sensor a proportion of the suds is directed into a bypass
channel, which is wider at the other end. This causes the flow rate to reduce and
hence the bubbles in the water to rise. The suspended soil particles in the water can
then be more accurately registered in the following measuring process.
A photoelectric barrier switch (IR diode (infrared) opposite a photo transistor) acts as
a turbidity sensor. Depending on the turbidity (Transparency) of the water, a certain
current flows through the phototransistor. This current is measured and processed by
the electronic unit, which then initiates the appropriate action. If the level of turbidity
passes certain thresholds, then depending on the soiling detected, the following
cleaning cycles are modified accordingly with regard to water quantity, program
duration and temperature.
1
2
3
Common 5 V
IR LED Cathode
Light Receiver Output (Emitter
Figure 4-12: Turbidity Sensor Circuit
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Figure 4-13: Turbidity Sensor
The sensor is situated in the feed pipe to the top spray arm, as shown in Figure 4-13.
The flow rate is approx. 15 l/min. In order to compensate for residues on the sensor
and ageing of the optical system, the turbidity sensor must be recalibrated regularly.
This process is carried out automatically by the electronic unit and cannot be
modified in any way. Measurements are carried out at different times during the prewash, main wash and interim rinse stages. For this, the top and bottom spray arms
must be supplied with water.
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4.3.7
Spray Arm Sensing
Specific model dishwashers are equipped with a spray arm sensing system to alert
the operator that the spray arm is obstructed by a large dish, or utensil etc....
A spray arm sensor(s) is / are fitted on the water intake to monitor the middle and / or
lower spray arm(s) as shown in Figure 4-14. A small magnet is fitted on one end of
the appropriate spray arm.
Figure 4-14: Spray Arm Sensor
The spray arm sensor is only monitored during a program in operation when the
circulation pump is activated.
The time period during which the spray arms are monitored is given by the electronic
control. If a fault is detected, it will be indicated but not saved in the fault memory.
The indication will be cancelled when the fault is remedied.
The minimum spray arm speed is approx. 5 rpm. Therefore approx. 12 sec. after the
start of the monitoring time, the next pulse should be registered.
The maximum spray arm speed is approx. 50rpm. Therefore after the start of the
monitoring time, the next pulse can only be registered at the earliest approx. 1.2 sec.
later.
If a fault is indicated, the indication will remain active even after the door has been
opened. To cancel the fault indication, the door must be closed again.
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4.3.8
Filter Combination with Micro Fine Filter
1
2
3
4
Crown Coarse Filter
Large Surface Area Fine Filter
Micro Fine Filter
Filter Cap
Figure 4-15: Filter Combination in Sump
The circulation pump M6 pumps the wash water from the sump via the filter
combination to the spray arms. The circulating wash water is filtered via 2 parallel
paths. A proportion of the water flows through the central opening of the crown
coarse filter and then passes through the conical micro fine filter; see Figure 4-15,
Item 3. The remainder passes directly through the large surface area fine filter; see
Figure 4-15, Item 2, which has a small additional hole to provide a vent for the
circulation pump intake area. All water is then mixed together again in the sump
where it is taken in by the circulation pump and the circuit is repeated. In this way
some of the water passing through the filter system always passes through the micro
fine filter so the proportion of soil particles in the suds is continually being reduced.
Soil that is retained by the micro fine filter either collects there or falls onto the filter
cap where it will eventually be removed by the drain pump.
The crown coarse filter, see Figure 4-15, Item 1, is attached to the filter combination
handle. If dispensed powder detergent should fall into the micro fine filter, it remains
on the filter cap where it can dissolve, instead of collecting in the drain outlet. Foreign
bodies, which pass the crown coarse filter to the micro fine filter collect on the filter
cap and so cannot block the drain outlet.
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4.4
Dispensing
4.4.1
Combination Dispenser
1
2
Reed Switch
Solenoid
Figure 4-16: Combination Dispenser
The dispenser contains a solenoid that is activated via pulses to dispense detergent
and rinse aid. The first pulse opens the detergent dispenser flap. All following pulses
then dispense rinse aid.
During detergent dispensing the solenoid is activated by a brief pulse, and this opens
the detergent dispenser flap.
Rinse aid is dispensed in pulses. Each solenoid impulse dispenses approx. 1 ml
rinse aid into the cabinet interior. 3 solenoid pulses are therefore required to
dispense the normal quantity of rinse aid of 3 ml per wash. Each pulse is applied for
approx. 10 sec. so that there is sufficient time for the rinse aid to flow into the
cabinet. The pause between individual pulses is also approx. 10 sec.
If the rinse aid container is empty, a reed switch is activated and this lights up an
LED in the control panel or display. The rinse aid container has a capacity of 110 ml.
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4.5
Drain System
4.5.1
Drain Pump
The drain pump M8 is driven by a synchronous motor and located under the cabinet
on the left next to the sump. It is directly activated by the electronic module. In case
of fault, the drain pump M8 is also activated directly via the overflow float switch
B8/3. The drain pump pumps the suds via the non-return valve and the drain hose to
the on-site drain.
During drainage the drain pump M8 extracts water from below the microfine filter.
This reverses the direction of flow through the microfine filter that normally exists
during the cleaning and rinse cycles. Soil particles that have been trapped in the filter
during dishwashing are then flushed out with the drain water.
Pumping limits:
Max. 13’ hose length
Max. 3’ 3” head height
Most faults will cause the program in operation to be interrupted and the drain pump
to start.
If the WaterProof System has been activated, Fault code F70, 6.8.15, the drain pump
continues to operate even after the appliance has been switched off. In this case, the
pump is only switched off when the power source is disconnected.
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4.6
Drying
Depending on model and production time frame, the G1xxx/G2xxx series
dishwashers are outlined below:
4.6.1
Circulation Turbothermic Drying (active): UTT Version 1
1
2
3
Inner Fan Channel
Outer Fan Channel
Fan
Figure 4-17: Drying System UTT Version 1
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Circulation Turbothermic drying (UTT) operates with two separate air paths:
Condensing Circuit
To get dishes dry, moisture has to be removed from the dishwasher cabinet. The
moist, warm air in the cabinet is gradually cooled. Cold air can hold less moisture
than warm air, and thus, in this cooling process condensation drops form, which
settle in the coldest areas of this circuit. To remove moisture from the air in the
dishwasher cabinet, the air is sucked in above the cutlery tray (right front) and
channeled into a condensing pocket. This condensing pocket is located in the right
outer wall of the dishwasher with cool ambient air circulating around it, which results
in a faster cooling of the moist, warm air in the dishwasher cabinet. To enhance the
heat dissipation, the side panels are made of a thin (0.1 mm) stainless steel foil. The
de-humidified air and the condensation go back into the dishwasher cabinet via the
round opening at the side. The condensation (maximum ½ water glass) collects in
the sump, and the air continues circulating. At the end of the program, the
condensation is drained off.
Cooling Circuit With Ambient Air
To cool off the warm air in the cabinet, cold or cooler air is needed. To this end,
ambient air is sucked in at the front bottom area and channeled past the sides of the
condenser. These are the areas between condenser and the outside wall of the
dishwasher, and between the condenser and the dishwasher cabinet wall. The air is
then passed back into the room at the top rear wall. The effect is an efficient heat
transfer, turning the warm air into cooler air and removing more and more moisture
from the air in the cabinet, thereby drying the dishes effectively.
The clear separation of ambient air and dishwasher cabinet air has the following
advantages:
Independent of the type of water connection (cold or hot water) a good drying result
is achieved.
By clearly separating the condensation and cooling circuit, air discharge at the front
panel is eliminated. The inside air remains completely inside the dishwasher cabinet.
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4.6.2
Circulation Turbothermic Drying (active): UTT Version 2
Note
This system is installed in models Gx04x – Gx47x starting with production
index 34/…
Figure 4-18: Drying System UTT Version 2
The function of both versions of circulation Turbothermic drying is comparable.
However, Version 2 has no condenser pocket. Therefore the dishwashing cabinet is
completely closed – the openings, to which the condenser pocket is attached in
Version 1, are eliminated.
As a result, the entire area of the right side panel is cooled by the fan. The moist,
warm cabinet air settles in the coldest areas of the cooling circuit and condenses on
the cool cabinet inside wall. Moisture is removed from the cabinet, and the dishes dry
through the residual heat. The condensation runs down the cabinet inside wall to the
sump and is pumped off at the end of the program.
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4.6.3
Fan
Two different fan types are employed for the two different versions of circulation
Turbothermic drying:
Circulation Turbothermic drying (active): UTT Version 1
A split-pole motor (approx. 23 W) drives two impellers. One impeller directs cool air
across the outer surface of the stainless-steel condensation surface foils. The
second impeller transports steam from the cabinet to the condensation surfaces.
Circulation Turbothermic drying (active): UTT Version 2
A split-pole motor (approx. 19 W) drives an impeller, which transports cool air to the
outer surface of the right side panel.
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5.0
Service and Maintenance
5.1
Housing
Figure 5-1: Appliance Housing
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5.1.1
Side Panel – Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Refer to Figure 5-2.
Remove the three retaining screws - Item 1.
Use needle nose pliers to press in the retainer on the corner tabs.
Remove the side panel.
Figure 5-2: Side Panel Removal
5.1.2
Drip Pan – Removal
Warning
Before tilting the machine onto its back, the following must be carried out:
1. Open the salt container cap briefly then close it firmly - to empty the
mixer.
2. Pump water out of the cabinet.
3. Lay the dishwasher on its back.
4. Refer to Figure 5-3.
5. Remove the retaining screws - Item 1.
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Warning
Ensure that the intake and drain hoses are not crushed.
FRONT
Figure 5-3: Drip Pan Removal
Important
To ensure a proper ground connection, the screws with the serrated
surface under their heads MUST be used to secure the drip pan to the
connection strip.
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5.2
Door
Figure 5-4: Door Panel
5.2.1
Front Panel (GDU / Custom) – Removal
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1. Remove the screw caps from the side of the door (2 each side).
2. Support the panel while loosening the 4 screws, Figure 5-5.
3. Lift / remove the panel from the appliance.
Figure 5-5: Integrated Door Panel Screw Locations
Important
Loosen the screws – Do NOT completely remove them.
During reassembly do NOT over tighten the screws.
5.2.2
Door Tension – Adjustment
Figure 5-6: Door Tension Adjustment
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Note
The front door must be completely assembled before performing the door
adjustment. This includes the installation of the GDU panel or custom
panel.
1. Remove the Toe Kick.
2. Refer to Figure 5-6.
3. Open the door about halfway.
4. Use a Torx T20 driver to adjust the tension.
Important
The door tension should be adjusted so the door stays where it is placed.
It should NOT spring open; or require a loaded basket be kept in place to
prevent it from closing.
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5.2.3
Outer Door Panel – Removal
Caution
Support the outer panel while removing the retaining screws.
1. Remove the front panel (5.2.1).
2. Refer to Figure 5-7.
3. Open the door and remove the countersunk screws (Item 1) from the perimeter
of the door.
4. Close the door and remove the door outer panel.
Figure 5-7: Outer Door Panel Removal
Note (Integrated Models)
When fitting the door outer panel, make sure that the cutouts in the door
outer panel are correctly located in the holding plate.
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5.2.4
Fascia Panel Removal
Figure 5-8: Door Fascia Panel
1. Remove the retaining screws, Fig. 5-8, Item 1.
2. Slide the fascia panel upwards.
Note
When refitting, care must be taken with the following:
• The fascia must be fitted before the switch buttons are
refitted.
• To secure the fascia panel, only short screws
(countersunk self-tapping 3.9 x 14) may be used as
otherwise the electronic unit holder could be damaged.
5.2.5
Door Hinge - Removal
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Note
Door hinges must be replaced in pairs.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the outer door panel (5.2.3).
Remove the right and left side panels (5.1.1).
Close the door.
Relax the tension in the ropes of the tension springs.
Refer to Figure 5-9.
Disconnect the ropes from the tension springs - Item 1 (Use special tool Miele
Mat. # 05054690 to decrease tension to spring).
7. Open the hinge by bending it upward - Item 2.
8. Disconnect the ground cable.
9. Remove the cable.
10. Unhinge the door and place it onto pad.
11. Remove the seal at door.
Figure 5-9: Opening the Hinge Bracket
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Figure 5-10: Front Hinge Retaining Screw
12. Remove the front door hinge retaining screws (Figure 5-10 - Item 1).
13. Remove the side door hinge retaining screws (Figure 5-11 - Item 1).
Figure 5-11: Side Hinge Retaining Screw
5.2.6
Combination Dispenser Unit - Removal
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1. Remove the outer door panel (5.2.3).
2. Disconnect the connections from the dispenser
3. Remove the retaining screws (Figure 5-12, Item 1).
4. Release the retaining clips (2 on top & 1 on bottom) and press out the dispenser
unit.
5. Ensure the new dispenser functions correctly using the service mode.
Figure 5-12: Dispenser Removal
5.2.7
Cable Holder - Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5.2.8
Remove the outer door panel (5.2.3).
Open the cable holder cover with a screwdriver.
Disconnect the ground connection to the door.
Loosen the clip.
Remove the cable holder.
Bottom Door Seal - Removal
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1. Remove the cable holder (5.2.7).
2. Remove the door seal.
Note
When fitting the door seal, make sure that the seal holder is fitted back in
the double U shape of the door inner panel.
Figure 5-13: Lower door seal holder
5.2.9
Locking Plate - Adjustment
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Note
Ensure the appliance is perfectly level.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the door.
Loosen the flat round screw.
Adjust the locking plate – as necessary.
Tighten the screw.
Figure 5-14: Door Seal with Door
Note
Adjust the locking plate such that the door seal is not excessively crushed
and not under excess pressure when the door is closed (see Figure 5-14,
Item A). The locking plate can be adjusted by 1 mm in either direction.
5.2.10
Door Lock – Removal (Integrate Models)
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the outer door panel (5.2.3).
Remove the retaining screw, Figure 5-15 - Item 1.
Press down the retaining lugs with a screwdriver, Figure 5-15 - Item 2.
Pull the door lock slightly to the front.
Remove the side screws from the inner door panel.
Remove the holding plate.
Remove the door lock from the holding plate.
Disconnect all plugs.
Figure 5-15: Door Lock Removal
Note
During reassembly ensure that the protective shield:
- Is NOT pushed to one side or torn.
- The tab is positioned between the holding plate and door lock.
- Is positioned under the plug area.
Important
Ensure the sealing ring under the door lock retaining screw is reinstalled.
5.2.11
Door Switch – Replacement (Integrated models)
1. Remove the door lock (5.2.10).
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2. Bend the retaining lug on the switch to the side.
3. Replace the switch.
5.2.12
Fully Integrated (VI) Lock with Door Contact Switch Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
5.2.13
Door outer panel removal (5.2.3).
Fascia panel removal (5.2.4).
Remove the screws from the sides of the door inner panel.
Remove the lock retaining screw.
Remove the holder with electronic unit.
Remove the lock with door contact switch.
Disconnect the door contact switch plug connections.
Door lock emergency release – Activate (Fully Integrated)
1. Remove outer door panel (5.2.3).
Figure 5-16: Door lock emergency release.
2. To return the locking latch into the right position, push on the emergency release
with a screwdriver, see figure 5-16, Pos.1.
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5.3
Inner Cabinet
5.3.1
Door Seal - Replacement
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Figure 5-17: Door Seal Installation
1. Open the door.
2. Remove the old seal.
3. Clean the groove around the cabinet.
Note
Coating the seal with water may simplify fitting,
4. Refer to Figure 5-17.
5. Press the new seal in the groove, starting at corners (positions 1).
6. Press the middle of seal (positions 2) into the groove under the locking plate,
while pressing the seal into the corners.
7. Press the remaining part of the seal into the groove working upwards in the
direction of the arrows (positions 3).
Note
Coating the seal with water may simplify fitting,
5.3.2
Toe Kick (Plinth Removal)
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1. Refer to Figure 5-1, as necessary.
2. Remove the screw caps.
3. Remove the retaining screws
Figure 5-18: Toe Kick (Plinth) Removal
5.3.3
Cover Plate - Removal
Warning
Due to the close proximity of the terminal block the appliance must be
unplugged before removing the cover plate.
1. Remove the toe kick (plinth) (5.3.2).
2. Remove the two cover retaining screws, Figure 5-19.
3. Remove the cover plate.
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Figure 5-19: Cover Plate Removal
5.3.4
Connecting Strip (Lower Support) – Removal
Important
The connecting strip should only be removed with the appliance
uninstalled, and positioned on its back.
Do not attempt to remove the connecting strip with the appliance installed
in an upright position.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Remove the toe kick (plinth) (5.3.2).
Remove the cover plate (5.3.3).
Remove the drip pan (5.1.2)
Remove the retaining screws, Figure 5-20.
Unscrew the machine feet slightly.
Carefully remove the connecting strip. See note below.
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Figure 5-20: Connecting Strip Removal
Note
Use care when removing the connecting strip as the electrical connector
to the waterproof inlet valves are held in place by retainers mounted on
the inside of the connecting strip.
5.3.5
Multi-Plinth Removal (Door Tension Spring Housing)
1. Side panel removal (5.1.1).
2. Connecting strip removal (5.3.4).
Figure 5-21: Connecting Strip
3. Remove the connecting strip retaining screws, Fig. 5-21, Item 1.
4. Release the cord from the spring.
5. Pull out the multi-plinth from the guide integrated in the rear panel.
Note
Take care removing the left plinth. The electrical connector to the waterproof
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release retaining clips.
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5.3.6
Steam Condenser Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Remove the right side panel; see Side panel removal (5.1.1).
Remove the cutlery tray (if present).
Unscrew the splash protection cap (connection piece to air duct) in the cabinet.
Remove the vent screw.
Remove the bottom basket.
Remove the air duct (from the condenser).
Release the retaining lugs between the condenser and fan, Fig. 5-22, Item 1.
Remove the condenser.
Note
When refitting, make sure that the retaining lugs between the condenser
and fan engage properly.
5.3.7
Fan Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the right side panel; see Side panel removal,( 5.1.1).
Drip pan removal (5.1.2).
Multi-plinth removal (Right side only) ( 5.3.5).
Disconnect all plug connections from the fan.
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5. Release the retaining legs between the condenser and fan, Fig. 5-22, Item 1.
6. Pull the fan out of its connection to the condenser.
Figure 5-22: Condenser and Fan Assembly
Note
When refitting, make sure that the retaining lugs between the condenser
and fan engage properly.
5.3.8
Basket Runners - Removal
Warning
Do not lever the basket runner off in
the
79 area of the bolts, since this could
lead to
permanent damage to the wash
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1. Open the door.
2. Remove the upper basket.
3. Pull the basket runner out far enough so that the clip (Figure 5-23,
Item 1)
between the bolt on the cabinet wall and the basket runner is
visible.
4. Remove the retaining clip by pushing it upward.
5. Remove the basket runner.
Figure 5-23: Retaining Clip
Note
In the event the retaining clip is damaged during removal, it must be
replaced with a new clip.
5.3.9
Water Level Check
1. Fully open the water supply.
2. Run the Pre-wash program, wait about 3 minutes.
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3. Do not cancel the program. Slowly open the door to observe the water
level in the bottom of the wash cavity.
If the water level is within close proximity of the filter handle (about 4 mm above the
filter), sufficient water has been taken in, Figure 5-24.
Figure 5-24: Water Level Reference
5.4
Water Paths
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Figure 5-25: Water Path Layout
5.4.1
WaterProof System (WPS) Restrictor – Replacement
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Note
For the G1000 and G2000 series, green restrictors (4.1 l/min) must be
fitted in the WaterProof System valve holder.
1. Shut off the water supply.
2. Disconnect the WPS at the plumbing supply connection.
3. Remove the sealing washer and filter from inside the WPS connection. Using a
5mm nut-driver; press and tilt the restrictor to the side; as shown in Figure 5-26.
4. Remove the Restrictor - Figure 5-27.
5. Install the new restrictor using a suitable 5 mm socket / nutdriver to seat it firmly
and evenly into place. Re-install the filter and sealing washer.
Figure 5-26: Tilting the Flow Restrictor
Figure 5- 27: Removing the Flow Restrictor.
5.4.2
WaterProof System (WPS) - Removal
Note
In the event the intake hose or water valves require replacement,
the WPS must be replaced as a complete assembly. Individual
replacement of the parts is not possible.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
5.4.3
Shut off the water supply.
Disconnect the WPS at the plumbing supply connection.
Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
Remove the drip pan (5.1.2).
Disconnect the hose from the water.
Disconnect the electrical connection.
Unclip the wiring from the retainers. Release the WPS retainer from the rear of
the appliance and remove the WPS.
Flowmeter (circuit board) – Removal
Note
Only the circuit board on the flowmeter is the only part of the flowmeter
that can be replaced individually. In the event of mechanical failure within
the flowmeter the water inlet mixer must be replaced.
1. Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
2. Release the circuit board retaining tab, and slide the board to remove it from the
water inlet mixer.
3. Disconnect the wiring.
5.4.4
Top Spray Arm Removal
1. Remove the cutlery tray if present.
2. Remove the top basket
3. Unscrew the screw connection and remove the spray arm.
5.4.5
Middle Spray Arm Removal
1. Remove the top basket.
2. Unscrew the screw connection and remove the spray arm.
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5.4.6
Bottom Spray Arm Removal
1. Remove the bottom basket.
2. Remove the spray arm.
5.4.7
Feed Pipe with Turbidity Sensor – Top Spray Arm, Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5.4.8
Remove the right side panel; see Side panel removal ( 5.1.1).
Disconnect the turbidity sensor plug connections.
Top spray arm removal (5.4.4).
Unscrew the counter nut.
Drip pan removal (5.1.2).
Disconnect the hose clip connection to the circulation pump.
Feed Pipe – Middle Spray Arm, Removal
1. Remove the right side panel. See Side panel removal (5.1.1).
2. Remove the top basket.
3. Dismantle the feed pipe on the rear panel inside the cabinet.
Note
To release the feed pipe in the rear panel through-feed area, hold the
stub at the rear and pull it while at the same time pushing in the seal
from the inside with a suitable screwdriver to reduce its cross-sectional
area.
4. Drip pan removal, (5.1.2).
5. Remove the right multi-plinth, see Multi-plinth removal, (5.3.5).
6. Disconnect the hose clip connection to the circulation pump.
5.4.9
Spray Arm Sensor Removal
1. Remove the right side panel; see Side panel removal, (5.1.1).
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Figure 5-28: Spray Arm Sensor
2. Remove the spray arm sensor, Fig. 5-28, Item 1.
3. Disconnect its plug connection.
5.4.10
Water Inlet Mixer with Resin Chamber – Removal
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Unscrew the water inlet mixer vent connection inside the cabinet.
Unscrew the salt container cap.
Remove the sealing ring.
Empty the salt container.
Close the opening with the service cap (available through Miele).
Unscrew the retaining nut.
Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
Warning
Do not tilt the unit onto its right side, as this would cause water to
run into the fan.
8. Remove the drip pan (5.1.2).
9. Remove the heating relay from the water inlet mixer.
10. Place a cloth or towel under the plug connections between the water
inlet mixer and the water softener.
11. Disconnect the connection with hose clip to the water inlet mixer from the resin
chamber.
12. Disconnect all plug connections.
13. Remove the wiring harness from its guide.
14. Pull off the salt container downwards in the direction of its connection stub.
15. Close the connection stub on the salt container with the service stopper
(available through Miele).
16. Disconnect the connection with hose clip to the sump.
17. Pull the water inlet mixer out of the seal to the sump, tilt it to the side and remove
it.
Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order. The following should
also be noted:
1. Pre-fit the vent screw on the water inlet mixer and apply soap solution to it as a
slip lubricant.
2. Apply soap solution to the O-rings as a slip lubricant and fit them on the water
inlet mixer stubs.
3. Refit the wiring harness in its guides on the salt container and water inlet mixer.
4.
Check all electrical components in the drip tray area for residual moisture.
Dry – as necessary.
Thoroughly remove any traces of salt / water that may have leaked.
After reassembly, fill the salt container with salt and water.
A short program, e.g. Quick wash 104°F, without load should be run to remove any
salt residues.Ensure all hardware is secured.
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1
2
3
4
5
Middle Spray Arm Sensor
Flowmeter Circuit Board
Lower Spray Arm Senso
Solenoid for EGS Valve
Solenoid for Reactivation
Figure 5-29: Water Intake Mixer Assembly and Related Components
5.4.11
EGS Valve Solenoid - Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5.4.12
Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
Remove the drip pan (5.1.2).
Remove the connecting strip (5.3.4).
Disconnect the electrical connector from the solenoid.
Press the retaining lugs to the side
Remove the EGS valve upwards.
Reactivation Valve – Removal
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5.4.13
Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
Remove the drip pan (5.1.2).
Remove the connecting strip (5.3.4).
Disconnect the electrical connector from the solenoid.
Twist the reactivation valve 90° clockwise.
Remove the reactivation valve upwards.
Salt Container - Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Remove the salt container cap from the cabinet interior.
Remove as salt water from the salt container.
Remove the sealing ring.
Close the opening with the service cap (available through Miele).
Unscrew the retaining nut.
Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
Remove the drip pan (5.1.2).
Remove the heating relay from the water inlet mixer.
Place a cloth or towel under the plug connections between the water inlet mixer
and the water softener.
10. Disconnect the connection with hose clip to the water inlet mixer from the resin
chamber.
11. Disconnect the plug connections for the salt monitor from the salt container.
12. Remove the wiring harness from its guide.
13. Pull off the salt container in the direction of its connection stub.
14. Close the connection stub on the salt container with the service stopper
(available through Miele).
Reassemble by following these instructions in reverse order. The following should
also be noted.
1. Fit the salt container, center it with the retaining nut and screw tight.
2. Apply soap solution to the O-rings as a slip lubricant and fit them on the water
inlet mixer stubs.
3. Refit the wiring harness in its guides on the salt container and water inlet mixer.
4. Check all electrical components in the drip pan area for residual moisture. Dry –
as necessary.
5. Thoroughly remove any traces of salt / water that may have leaked.
6. After reassembly, fill the salt container with salt and water.
7. A short program, e.g. Quick wash 104°F, without load should be run to remove
any salt residues.
8. Ensure all hardware is secured.
5.4.14
Circulation Pump - Removal
1. Remove the motor holder retaining screw from the rear panel.
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2. Remove the drip pan (5.1.2).
3. Disconnect the electrical connectors.
4. Disconnect the plumbing connections for the feed pipes to the top and
middle spray arms.
5. Disconnect the plumbing connections between the circulation pump and the
sump assembly.
6. Remove the circulation pump.
Important
When installing the circulation pump, the seal must be installed on
the pump. Then slide the circulation pump (with seal installed on the
pump) into the sump housing and secure.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Slide Shutter Motor
Heater Pressure Switch
Heater Element
Speed Sensor
Electrical Connection
Capacitor
Housing Cap
Figure 5-30: Circulation Pump and Related Components (Typical)
5.4.15
Circulation Pump - Service
All procedures in this section begin with removal of the circulation pump from the
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appliance.
Refer to Figure 5-30, as directed.
Important
During reassembly of the circulation pump ensure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5.4.15.1
A new sealing ring is installed
The sealing ring is seated correctly in the pump housing cap
The pump housing cap is evenly seated
The cap retaining screws are secure
The fastening clips are pressed over the retaining lugs
Pump Cap Removal / Heater Element – Access
1. Remove the cap retaining screws.
2. Release the retaining clips by pushing the clip to the side, while pressing down
the cap.
3. Lightly twist the cover and pull away from the housing to remove.
5.4.15.2
Slide Shutter Removal
1. Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
2. Heater Pressure Switch removal (5.4.15.7).
3. Pump housing cap removal (5.4.15.1).
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Figure 5-31: Slide Shutter Assembly
Note
The slide shutter can only be removed or fitted when the drive cog wheel
is turned with the double tooth in the position shown, see Fig. 5-31.
4. Turn the drive cog wheel to bring the double tooth to the desired position as
follows: Insert a small screwdriver in one of the holes on the cam (linked to the
slide shutter control motor). Turn the cam until the slide shutter can be removed.
5. Remove the slide shutter.
Warning!
Before refitting the slide shutter in the pump housing, make sure that the
double tooth on the drive cog wheel points to the arrow on the housing.
5.4.15.3
Drive Removal
1. Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
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2. Pump housing cap removal (5.4.15.1).
3. Slide shutter removal (5.4.15.2).
Figure 5-32: Drive Cam
4. Remove the drive retaining screws, Fig. 5-27, Item 1.
Warning!
When refitting, check that the O-ring is seated correctly on the drive
cam.
Before refitting the slide shutter in the pump housing, make sure that
the double tooth on the drive cog wheel points to the arrow on the
housing.
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5.4.15.4
Pump Impeller Removal
1. Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
2. Pump housing cap removal (5.4.15.1).
3. Hold the shaft base with suitable pliers and unscrew the pump impeller clockwise.
5.4.15.5
Pump Housing Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5.4.15.6
Capacitor Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.4.15.7
Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
Pump housing cap removal (5.4.15.1).
Pump impeller removal (5.4.15.4).
Remove the retaining screws.
Turn the pump housing counterclockwise to its stop.
Lift the pump housing from its guide.
Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
Use a socket wrench to release the nut on the capacitor holder.
Remove the capacitor.
Disconnect its plug connections.
Heater Pressure Switch Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
Press the retaining lugs to one side with a suitable screwdriver.
Disconnect the plug connections.
Remove the pump’s heater pressure switch.
Warning!
To avoid leakages, the sealing rings must always be fitted on the pump’s
heater pressure switch connection stubs.
5.4.15.8
Speed Sensor Removal
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1. Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
2. Lift the PCB slightly with a pair of needle nose pliers so that it can be gripped with
the hand.
3. Turn the PCB 90° clockwise and remove it.
5.4.16
Drain Pump Removal
1. Remove the non-return valve from the sump under the filter combination.
2. Cover plate removal (5.3.3).
3. Disconnect the pump plug connections.
Figure 5-33: Drain Pump Retaining Clip
4. Open the safety retainer clip with a screwdriver, Fig. 5-33, Pos. 1.
5. Turn the pump clockwise and pull it from its holder, Fig. 5-33, Pos. 2.
Note
When refitting, apply a little water or soap solution to the pump seal as
a slip lubricant. After fitting, check all the pump fastening points.
5.4.17
Float Switch Removal
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5.
6.
7.
Open the door.
Remove the bottom basket.
Remove the filter combination.
Remove as much residual water as possible from the sump and drain hose.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Drip pan removal (5.1.2).
Pull off the float switch.
Disconnect its plug connections.
Note
When refitting the float, make sure that the side with the Mat. No.
faces downwards.
5.4.18
Sump Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Remove as much residual water as possible from the sump and drain
hose.
Open the door.
Remove the bottom basket.
Remove the bottom spray arm.
Unscrew the bottom spray arm flange.
Remove the filter combination.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Drip pan removal, 5.1.2.
Remove the float switch.
Disconnect the hoses.
Disconnect the NTC sensor connections.
Drain pump removal (5.4.16).
Circulation pump removal (5.4.14).
Remove the heating wiring harness from the cable guide.
Unscrew the hose clip and remove it.
16. Remove the sump by pulling down strongly and evenly on the drain pump or
circulation pump connections.
17. Remove the sealing ring.
Note
When refitting, the following should be noted;
1. Fit the sealing ring on the97
metal flange on the cabinet.
2. Apply liquid detergent as a slip lubricant to the outer surface of
the seal.
3. Apply liquid detergent as a slip lubricant to the inside of the
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Warning!
To avoid possible leakages later, the clip on the sump should not be
overtightened.
5.4.19
NTC Temperature Sensor Removal
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
5.4.20
Open the door.
Remove the bottom basket.
Remove the bottom spray arm.
Remove the filter combination.
Remove as much residual water as possible from the sump and drain hose.
Lay the dishwasher on its back.
Remove Drip pan, 5.1.2
Disconnect the NTC temperature sensor plug connections.
Remove the NTC temperature sensor.
Remove the sealing ring.
Filter Combination Dismantling
Note
During reassembly, a locking piece must be fitted to prevent the filter
combination from falling apart, see Filter combination assembly (with
locking piece) (5.4.22).
As an alternative, the micro fine filter and the handle piece (crown
coarse filter) must be exchanged together, see Filter combination
assembly (new micro fine filter and handle) (5.4.21).
1. Open the filter cap.
Figure 5-34: Combination Filter
Note
If the filter combination is already held together with a locking piece, this
must be broken open and removed.
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2. Place a screwdriver on the retaining clip spring, Fig. 5-34, and press against it.
3. Turn the handle clockwise and release the filter combination clip connection.
5.4.21
Filter Combination Assembly (New Micro Fine Filter and Handle)
Note
During assembly, the dishwasher is used as a guide.
If a new micro fine filter and handle (crown coarse filter) are used, a
locking piece is not required.
1. Place the micro fine filter in the sump. Ensure that the lug is positioned towards
the rear of the machine.
Figure 5-35: Micro Fine Filter Installation
2. Turn the micro fine filter clockwise as far as possible, Fig. 5-35.
3. Place the large surface area fine filter in position.
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Figure 5-36: Filter Combination Lock/Unlock Positions
4. Press the large surface area fine filter downwards, Fig. 5-36, Pos. 1.
5. Fit the handle (crown coarse filter) and turn it clockwise as far as possible, Fig. 536, Pos. 2.
6. Carry out a visual check: The handle (crown coarse filter) should be parallel to the
door, Fig. 5-36.
7. Carry out a functional check: Remove the filter combination and refit it.
5.4.22
Filter Combination Assembly (with Locking Piece)
Note
During assembly, the dishwasher is used as a guide.
1. Place the micro fine filter in the sump. Ensure that the lug is positioned towards
the rear of the machine.
2. Turn the micro fine filter clockwise as far as possible, Fig. 5-35.
3. Place the large surface area fine filter in position.
4. Press the large surface area fine filter downwards, Fig. 5-36, Pos. 1.
5. Fit the handle (crown coarse filter) and turn it clockwise as far as possible, Fig. 536, Pos 2.
6. Carry out a visual check: The handle (crown coarse filter) should be parallel to the
door, Fig. 5-36.
7. Remove the filter combination.
8. Open the filter cap.
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Figure 5-37: Combination Filter Locking Clip (Unlocked)
Figure 5-38: Combination Filter Locking Clip (Locked)
9. Fit the locking piece, Mat. No. 06248730, to prevent the retaining clip spring
opening, see Fig. 37 and 38.
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5.5
Electronic Unit
Figure 5-39: Electronic Integrated Model
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5.5.1
Mains Switch Removal (Integrated)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fascia panel removal (5.2.4).
Remove the screws from the sides of the door inner panel.
Remove the middle screw from the top of the door inner panel.
Tilt the holding plate to the front.
Note
If the dishwasher has a furniture front, take care to insert a towel or
similar between its top edge and the fascia to prevent the risk of
scratching.
5. Disconnect all plugs.
Fig. 5-40: Mains Switch Removal
6. Press in the retaining lugs; see Fig. 5-40, Pos 1.
7. Slide the mains switch upwards, see Fig. 5-40, Pos.2, and remove it from its
holder.
Note
When refitting the holding plate, make sure that the electronic unit protective
foil is pulled down at the bottom so that it is below the plug area.
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5.5.2
Electronic Unit Holder Removal
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
5.5.3
Door outer panel removal (5.2.3).
Fascia panel removal (5.2.4).
Remove the screws from the sides of the door inner panel.
Remove the door contact switch retaining screw.
Disconnect all plug connections at the electronic unit.
Remove the holder with electronic unit.
Remove the lock with door contact switch.
Electronic Unit Removal (Integrated)
1. Fascia panel removal (5.2.3).
2. Pull out the switch buttons.
Note
If the dishwasher has a slanted fascia, the door outer panel must be
removed, see Door outer panel removal, 5.3.1.
3. Remove the screws from the sides of the door inner panel.
4. Remove the middle screw from the top of the door inner panel.
5. Tilt the holding plate to the front.
Note
If the dishwasher has a furniture front, take care to insert a towel or
similar between its top edge and the fascia to prevent the risk of
scratching.
6. Disconnect all plugs.
7. Use a small screwdriver to press in all the retaining lugs (6) of the electronic unit
on the holding plate (first at the bottom and then at the top).
8. Remove the electronic unit.
Note
Only the complete electronic unit can be exchanged.
Note
Take care with the following during reassembly:
ƒ
The fascia must be fitted before the switch buttons are refitted.
ƒ
Ensure the switch buttons are fitted correctly. The bottom is
recessed.
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6.0
Fault Diagnosis
6.1
Diagnostic Modes – Overview
The G1000 / G2000 series dishwashers contain the following diagnostic modes:
Customer Programming Mode, Service Programming Mode and Service Mode.
Access to the different modes varies by model number.
Functions, settings and parameters vary by model number. Refer to the model
specific information contained in this section.
USA Models are listed as follows:
Section
Series
Model Number
6.2
Advanta Series G2020
G2020SC
G2170Vi
G2170CVi
6.3
Inspira Series G2140
G2140SC
G2140i
G2140SCi
G2150SC
G2180Vi
G2180SCVi
G1180SCVi
6.4
Optima Series
6.5
Excella
6.6
LaPeral
G2420SCi
G2430SC
G2430SCi
G1470SCVi
G2470SCVi
G2630SCi
G2670SCVi
G2830SCi
Sub-Section
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.5.1
6.5.2
6.6.1
Table 6-1: Diagnostic Mode Overview by Series / Model Number
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6.1.1
Water Hardness Setting – Checking and Programming
Access the programming mode.
The display shows P and the set value alternately. Setting range: P0 to P70 =
Water hardness.
E.g. P15 (standard setting) corresponds to 15 gr/gal, (15°d),
see Table 6-2.
Water hardness
(°d, degree of German hardness)
Sensor softener active (on certain models)
Without softener
1°d
2°d
3°d
***
***
36°d
37 - 50°d
51 - 60°d
61 - 70°d
Grains per Gallon
Gr/gal
-1
2
3
***
***
36
37 – 50
51 – 60
61 - 70
Display
P0
P1
P2
P3
***
***
P36
P50
P60
P70
Table 6-2: Water Hardness: Standard setting: 15 gr/gal (15 °d)
6.2
Advanta Series
6.2.1
Advanta Series - G2020
6.2.1.1
G2020 - Programming Mode
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 5 times and at
time hold until the Start/Stop LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the Start/Stop button
If the Start/Stop LED does not flash, repeat the procedure.
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Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Start/Stop LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6.3 through 6-6.
Control
Dial
Function
Position
1 o’clock
Programming
Display
Pos. 1
Reset
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Turn the control dial With this program
Long
to the 1 o’clock
function, all
position. To reset parameters can be
all parameters
reset to the
(both customer and standard settings.
Service
The Rinse LED
programming) to
flashes 1x briefly
the delivery
intermittently. If the
conditions, press Rinse LED is off, at
the Start/Stop
least one setting
button.
was modified. If the
Rinse LED flashes,
no modifications
have been made.
3 o’clock Water
Turn the control dial Setting range: 1 –
Long
Hardness
to the 3 o’clock
88 gr/gal. If the
position. To change Rinse LED flashes
the water hardness 4x, this
setting, press the corresponds to the
Start/Stop button water hardness
range 15-19 gr/gal
(factory setting) *1
1
5 o’clock Dispensed Turn the control dial Setting range: 0 – 6 Long
rinse aid
to the 5 o’clock
ml. If the Rinse
quantity
position. To change LED flashes 3x.
setting
the amount of
This corresponds to
dispensed, press a factory setting of
the Start/Stop
3ml.
button to adjust
setting
Table 6-3: G2020 Programming Mode Options (continued on Table 6-4)
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Short Display
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-
1
-
Short Display
1
1-5
2
6-9
3
10-14
4
15-19
5
20-25
6
26-31
7
32-38
8
39-45
9
46-63
63-88
Short Display
0 ml
1
1 ml
2
2 ml
3
3 ml
4
4 ml
5
5 ml
6
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Control
Dial
Position
Function
Programming
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Pos. 12:
To move through With this
Long Short
Resetting
the levels, turn the programming
standard settings control dial to the function, all
11 o’clock position. parameters that
can be modified by
Press the
Start/Stop button the customer, can
1x. Turn the Control be reset to the
dial to the 9 o’clock factory setting. If
position. To reset the Rinse LED is
off, at least one
all parameters
setting was
(modified by
modified. If the
customer) to the
Rinse LED flashes,
factory setting,
press the Start/Stop the parameters are
as in the factory
button.
setting.
Pos. 20: Wash
To move through Options: Rinse LED Long Short
temperature
the levels, turn the is off = wash
modification
control dial to the temperature per
11 o’clock position. factory setting;
Rinse LED flashes
Press the
Start/Stop button = increased wash
3x. Turn the control temperature. An
dial to the 3 o’clock increase in wash
position. To change temperature with a
resulting extension
the temperature,
press the Start/Stop in program running
time.
button.
Table 6-4: G2020 Programming Mode Options (cont. from Table 6-3) (cont. on Table 6-5)
11 o’clock
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Control
Dial
Position
11
o’clock
Function
Programming
Pos. 22: Program To move through the
running time
levels, turn the control
reduction
dial to the 11 o’clock
position. Press the
Stop/Start button 3x.
Turn the control dial to
the 6 o’clock position.
To change the setting,
press the Start/Stop
button.
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Options: Rinse LED Long Short Display
is off = program
running time per
factory setting; Rinse
LED flashes =
shortened program
running time.
Program-dependent
short-cut due to a
decrease in
temperature and/or
the removal of hold
times.
Options: Rinse LED
is off = normal water
amount; Rinse LED
flashes = increased
water amount.
-
Pos. 23: Water To move through the
quantity normal / levels, turn the control
increased
dial to the 11 o’clock
position. Press the
Start/Stop button 3x.
Turn the control dial to
7 o’clock position. To
change the setting,
press the Start/Stop
button.
Pos. 26: Second To move through the
Options: Rinse LED Long Short Display
interim rinse
levels, turn the control is off = program
selection
dial to the 11 o’clock
sequence per factory
position. Press the
setting; Rinse LED
Start/Stop button 4x.
flashes = second
Turn the control dial to interim rinse added.
3 o’clock position. To
change the setting,
press the Start/Stop
button.
Options: Rinse LED Long Short Display
Pos. 27:
To move through the
Enhanced drying levels, turn the control is off = normal drying;
Rinse LED flashes =
dial to the 11 o’clock
enhanced drying
position. Press the
activated.
Start/Stop button 4x.
Turn the control dial to
5 o’clock position. To
change the setting,
press the Start/Stop
button.
Table 6.5: G2020 Programming Mode Options (cont. from Table 6-4) (cont. to Table 6-6).
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Control
Dial
Position
Function
Programming
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
To move through Options: Rinse LED Long
the levels, turn the is off = standard
control dial to the machine height
11 o’clock position. (G1xxx); Rinse LED
flashes = XXL units
Press the
Start/Stop button (G2xxx)
5x. Turn the control
dial to 9 o’clock
position. To change
the setting, press
the Start/Stop
button.
Pos. 38:
To move through Options: Rinse LED
Model
the levels, turn the is off = models with
variant
control dial to the UKT: Gx04x; Rinse
setting *2
11 o’clock position. LED flashes =
models without
Press the
Start/Stop button UKT: Gx02x
6x. Turn the control
dial to 3 o’clock
position. To change
the setting, press
the Start/Stop
button.
Pos. 39:
To move through The flashing rhythm Long
Country
the levels, turn the of the LED Rinse
variant
control dial to the shows which
setting *2
11 o’clock position. country version is
programmed: 1x =
Press the
Start/Stop button EUR (Europe); 2x =
6x. Turn the control AUS (Australia); 3x
= USA, 4x = JPN
dial to 5 o’clock
position. To change (Japan), 5x = I/E
the setting, press (Italy/Spain), 6x =
SER (Southern
the Start/Stop
Europe) *3
button.
Table 6.6: G2020 Programming Mode Options (continued from Table 6-5)
11 o’clock
Pos. 36:
Machine
height
setting *2
Short Display
-
Short Display
-
Warning!
Do not change settings in Position 36, 38 or 39. Any changes made will
affect the operation of the dishwasher.
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*1 If the dishwasher is hooked up to an external softener system, which operates
on the ion exchange principle (meaning salt reactivation), the water hardness
supplied by that system has to be set. If this value is not known, set to 10 gr/gal.
*2 If the electronic unit is replaced during service work, it must be programmed as
follows: First set the country version and model
version, then switch the
dishwasher off. Repeat the accessing
procedure and set the machine height,
then set the on-site water
hardness.
*3 The version Southern Europe covers the following countries: Portugal,
France, The Netherlands, Belgium and Great Britain.
Save and Quit
Switch off the unit.
6.2.1.2
G2020 - Service Mode
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 3 times and at
time hold it until the Start/Stop LED flashes.
5. Release the Start/Stop button
the 3rd
If the Start/Stop LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by a slow flashing Start/Stop
LED (1 Hz).
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-6 through 6-7.
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Control
Dial
Position
1 o’clock
Function
Programming
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Pos. 1: Fault Turn the control dial If the Rinse LED is Long
off, no faults are
memory
to the 1 o’clock
display
position. While the registered. The
Rinse LED flashes, flashing rhythm of
make a note of the the Rinse LED
indicates which
fault code, then
press the Start/Stop faults are registered
1
button. If the same in the fault memory.
fault is shown
1
again, it means
only this one fault is
1
saved. If a further
1
fault is shown,
press the Start/Stop
1
button again.
Repeat this
1
procedure until all
2
faults are read.
Delete fault Turn the control dial If the Rinse LED is
memory
to the 1 o’clock
off, the fault
position. Press the memory no longer
Start/Stop button contains any faults.
and hold it until the
Rinse LED goes
out.
Table 6-7: G2020 Service Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-8)
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Short Display
-
F0
1
F1
2
F2
1
F11
2
F12
3
F13
4
F14
8
F18
9
F19
4
F24
2
5
F25
2
6
F26
4
-
F40
5
1
F51
5
2
F52
6
9
F69
8
-
F80
8
8
F88
-
-
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Technical Information
Control
Dial
Position
Function
Programming
Display
3 o’clock
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Component Turn the control dial The flashing rhythm Long Short Display
test
to the 3 o’clock
of the Rinse LED
U0
position. To start
indicates which
1
U1
the component test, component test is
2
U2
or to access the
activated. For the
3
U3
next component to sequence of
4
U4
be tested, press the component testing
5
U5
Start/Stop button. as well as
background
6
U6
information and
7
U7
access procedure,
8
U8
refer to the
9
U9
component test
1
0
U10
information. Ref. to
1
1
U11
6.2.1.3 For further
1
2
U12
information.
1
3
U13
1
4
U14
5 o’clock
Operating Turn the control dial The flashing rhythm Long Short Display
hours
to the 5 o’clock
of the Rinse LED
position. To check shows the
for operating hours, registered
press the Start/Stop operating hours:
button.
Each long flash
corresponds to
1000 hours and
each short flash
100 hours.
6 o’clock
LED test
Turn the control dial All LEDs are lit.
Long Short Display
to the 6 o’clock
position. To start
the control panel
test, press the
Start/Stop button.
Table 6-8: G2020 Service Mode Options (continued from Table 6-7)
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.2.1.3
G2020 Component Test – Information
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
U1. R1, Y2, M6, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models
with and
without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the
same time the
water inlet valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to
the middle spray
arm position. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled
water softener) valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has
been reached. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then
operated. At the same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting
alternating at 15 sec. intervals. After an additional 60 sec., the heating relay is
switched on for 300 sec. and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program
ends with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2
sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
U2. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec
U3. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
U4. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
U5. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U6. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
a
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
U7. Vacant
U8. Vacant
U9. Vacant
U10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for 60 sec. The
pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
U11. Y38, Y2, Y5,…, reactivation sequence (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2
sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS valve is then activated until 250 ml has
been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve is then activated
for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet valve and the drain pump, which
begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are operated together for
60sec.
Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
U12. Vacant
U13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
U14. Vacant
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6.2.2
Advanta Series – G2170
6.2.2.1
G2170 - Programming Mode
Initial requirements
1. Open the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the program button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the program button.
4. Immediately press and release the program button 5 times and at the 5th time
hold until the Rinse & Hold LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the program button
If the Rinse & Hold LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Rinse & Hold LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-9 through 6-14.
Note
Upon accessing the programming mode, to navigate between the various
functions and making changes within them you must do the following:
1.To navigate the Functions insure the Intake/Drain Lt. is solid. If not,
hold the Program button until the Intake/Drain Lt. becomes a solid
light. Now the Program button can be used to navigate the Functions
bar.
2.To make setting changes within each Function, hold the Program
button until you see a blinking light from the Intake/Drain Lt. Now you
can use the Program button to make your setting changes within each
Function. The Sani-Wash Lt. will indicate what the setting is for each
Function.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Function
Long Short Pos. 0:
Long
-
-
Indication
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
The Sani-Wash
Long Short Display
LED is off or
flashes. Shows the
ID No.
software version ID
No., e.g. -769
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Short Pos. 1:
Long Short Display
button 1x.
LED flashes 1x
Reset
briefly
intermittently. With
this programming
P0
function, all
parameters can be
reset to delivery
condition.
To reset all
If the
1
parameters to the SaniWash LED is
delivery condition, off, the values do
press the Program not correspond to
the delivery
button and hold
1
P1
condition. If the
until the
Intake/Drain LED SaniWash LED
flashes. Then press flashes, all values
the Program button are as in the
delivery condition.
briefly *2
Pos. 2: Set Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short gr/gal
the water button 2x.
LED flashes 2x
1
1-5
hardness To modify the water briefly
hardness setting, intermittently.
2
6-9
press the Program The current setting
button to enter the can be seen from
3
10-14
the flashing rhythm
desired setting
4
15-19
of the SaniWash
changes. *2
LED.
If
the
LED
2
5
20-25
flashes 4x briefly
intermittently, this
6
26-31
indicates a factory
7
33-38
setting of 15-19
gr/gal.
8
39-45
Software
version ID
check
-
Programming
Do not press the
Program button.
The Intake/Drain
LED is off.
-
9
46-63
1
-
64-88
Table 6-9: G2170 Programming Mode Options (continued on Table 6-10)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Function
Long Short Pos 3: Set
amount of
rinse aid
dispensed
-
3
Pos 4:
Buzzer
on/off
-
4
Programming
Indication
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long
LED flashes 3x
button 3 times.
To modify the
rapidly
dispensing amount, intermittently.
press the Program The current setting
button and hold it can be seen from
the flashing rhythm
until the
Intake/Drain LED of the SaniWash
flashes. Then use LED. If he LED
the Program button flashes 3x briefly
to enter the desired intermittently, this
setting changes. *2 indicates a factory
setting of 3ml.
Setting range: 0-6
ml.
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
LED flashes 4x
button 4x
To change the
rapidly
setting, press the intermittently.
SaniWash LED off
Program button
and hold it until the = Buzzer is
Intake/Drain LED actuvated (factory
flashes. Then press setting). SaniWash
the Program button LED flashes =
to enter the desired Buzzer is
setting changes. *2 deactivated.
Short
Display
-
0 ml
1
1 ml
2
2 ml
3
3 ml
4
4 ml
5
5 ml
6
6 ml
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Table 6-10: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-9) (Cont. on Table 6-11).
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Long Short Pos. 12:
Reset to
factory
setting
1
2
Long Short Pos. 20:
Set the
wash
temperatu
re
2
-
Indication
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short Display
LED flashes 1x long
button 12x
To reset all
and 2x briefly
parameters to
intermittently. With
factory setting,
this programming
press the Program function, all
P0
button and hold it parameters that can
until the
be modified by the
Intake/Drain LED customer can be
flashes. Then press reset to the factory
the Program button setting.
to enter the desired If the SaniWash LED
setting changes. *2 is off, the values are
not at the factory
setting. If the
1
P1
SaniWash LED
flashes, all values
correspond to the
factory setting.
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short Display
button 20x
LED flashes 2x long
To change the
intermittently.
setting, press the The SaniWash LED
P0
is off = normal wash
Program button
and hold it until the temperature; the
Intake/Drain LED SaniWash flashes =
flashes. Then press increased wash
the Program button temperature with a
to enter the desired resulting running time
1
P1
setting changes. *2 extension.
Table 6-11: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-10) (Cont. on Table 6-12)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Indication
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Long Short Pos. 22: Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Program button 22x
running
time
reduction
2
2
Long Short Pos. 23:
Water
quantity
normal /
increased
2
3
LED flashes 2x long
and 2x briefly
intermittently.
The SaniWash LED
is off = normal
To change the
program cycle
setting, press the (factory setting); the
Program button
SaniWash LED
and hold it until the flashes = shortened
Intake/Drain LED program cycle.
flashes. Then press Reduction in running
the Program button time due to a
to enter the desired decrease in
setting changes. *2 temperature and/or
the removal of hold
times.
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
button 23x.
LED flashes 2x long
and 3x briefly
intermittently.
To change the
The SaniWash LED
setting, press the is off = normal water
Program button
volume (factory
and hold it until the setting); the
Intake/Drain LED SaniWash LED
flashes. Then press flashes = increased
the Program button water volume.
to enter the desired
setting changes. *2
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Long Short Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Long Short Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Table 6-12: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-11) (Cont. on Table 6-13)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Programming
Indication
Long Short Pos. 26:
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short Display
Add second button 26x.
LED flashes 2x
interim rinse To change the
long and 6x briefly
setting, press the intermittently.
P0
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED is off =
Intake/Drain LED program cycle per
2
6
flashes. Then press factory setting; The
the Program button SaniWash LED
to enter the desired flashes = second
1
P1
setting changes. *2 interim rinse is
added.
The Intake/Drain
Pos.
27:
Press
the
Program
Long Short
Long Short Display
LED flashes 2x
Extended
button 27x
long and 7x briefly
drying time To change the
setting, press the intermittently.
P0
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED if off = normal
2
7
Intake/Drain LED drying (factory
flashes. Then press setting); the
the Program button SaniWash LED
1
P1
to enter the desired flashes = enhanced
setting changes. *2 drying.
Pos.
36:
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short
Long Short Display
LED flashes 3x
Machine
button 36x.
To change the
long and 6x briefly
height
setting, press the intermittently.
setting *1
P0
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED is off = normal
3
6
Intake/Drain LED machine height
flashes. Then press (G1xxx). The
1
P1
the Program button SaniWash LED
to enter the desired flashes = XXL units
setting changes. *2 (G2xxx).
Pos.
38:
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short
Long Short Display
LED flashes 3x
Model
button 38x.
To change the
long and 8x briefly
variant
setting, press the intermittently.
setting *1
P0
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED is off = Gx18x
3
8
Intake/Drain LED and Gx171; the
flashes. Then press SaniWash LED
the Program button flashes = Gx170
1
P1
to enter the desired
setting changes. *2
Table 6-13: G2170 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-12) (Cont. on Table 6-14)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Indication
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short Pos. 39:
Country
variant
setting *1
3
9
button 38x.
LED flashes 3x
long and 8x briefly
intermittently.
To change the
The flashing rhythm
setting, press the of the SaniWash
Program button
LED shows which
and hold it until the country variant is
Intake/Drain LED set: 1x = Europe;
flashes. Then press 2x = Australia; 3x =
the Program button USA; 4x = Japan,
to enter the desired 5x = Italy/Spain, 6x
setting changes. *2 = Southern Europe.
*3.
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Long Short Display
-
1
EUR
-
2
AUS
-
3
USA
-
4
JPN
-
5
IT/SP
-
6
S/EUR
Table 6-14: G2170 Programming Mode Options (continued from Table 6-13)
*1 If the electronic unit is exchanged during service work, it must be
programmed as follows: First set the country variant and model
variant,
then switch off the unit, repeat the accessing procedure and
set the machine
height.
*2 After the changes are made, hold the program button until the Intake/Drain LED
is solid.
*3 The variant Southern Europe covers the following countries: Portugal, France,
The Netherlands, Belgium and Great Britain.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.2.2.2
G2170 - Service Mode
Initial requirements
1. Open the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the program button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the program button.
4. Immediately press and release the program button 3 times and at the 3rd time
hold until the Rinse & Hold LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the program button
If the Rinse & Hold LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Rinse & Hold LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-9 through 6-12.
Note
Upon accessing the programming mode, to navigate between the various
functions and making changes within them you must do the following:
1.To navigate the Functions insure the Intake/Drain Lt. is solid. If not,
hold the Program button until the Intake/Drain Lt. becomes a solid
light. Now the Program button can be used to navigate the Functions
bar.
2.To make setting changes within each Function, hold the Program
button until you see a blinking light from the Intake/Drain Lt. Now you
can use the Program button to make your setting changes within each
Function. The Sani-Wash Lt. will indicate what the setting is for each
Function.
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Flashing
rhythm of
Intake/Drain
LED
Long
-
-
Function
Short Pos. 0:
-
Software
version ID
check
Pos. 1:
Fault
memory
display and
deletion
1
Programming
Indication
Do not press the
Program button. The
Intake/Drain LED is off.
Press the Program
button 1x.
If the fault is indicated in
the SaniWash LED,
check if additional faults
are registered. Press
the Program button and
hold it until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press the
Program button briefly.
*1
To delete the fault
memory, press the
Program button and
hold until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press the
Program button until the
SaniWash LED goes
out.
Flashing rhythm of
SaniWash LED
The Sani-Wash LED is off Long
or flashes. Shows the
software version ID No.,
e.g. -769
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 1x.
If faults are saved into
memory, these are
indicated via the flashing
1
rhythm of the SaniWash
LED. Refer to 6.7 Fault
1
code summary.
1
The SaniWash LED is off =
F0 (no faults).
1
-
ID
No.
-
F0
1
F1
2
F2
1
F11
2
F12
3
F13
4
F14
1
8
F18
1
9
F19
2
4
F24
2
5
F25
2
6
F26
4
-
F40
5
1
F51
5
2
F52
6
9
F69
7
-
F70
8
8
F88
The Intake/Drain LED
Long
flashes 2x.
The flashing rhythm of the
SaniWash LED indicates
which component is
currently accessed. For the
sequence of component
testing as well as
backgraound information
2
and access procedures,
refer to 6.2.2.3 Component
test.
1
1
1
1
1
Table 6-15: Service Mode (G2170) (Continued on Table 6-16)
Pos.2:
Component
test
Press the Program
button 2x.
To start the component
test, press the Program
button and hold until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press the
Program button briefly.
Press the Program
button again to access
each of the following
components. *1
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Short
Short
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
U0
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
U10
U11
U12
U13
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Technical Information
Flashing
rhythm of
Intake/Drain
LED
Long Short
-
Function
Pos 4:
Operating
hours
check
3
Pos. 5:
Control
Panel LED
test
-
4
Pos. 6:
Control
Panel
Buzzer
Test
Programming
Indication
Press the Program
button 3x.
To check the operating
hours, press the
Program button and hold
until the Intake/Drain
LED flashes. Then press
the Program button
briefly. *1
Press the Program
button 4x.
To start the control panel
test: LED, press the
Program button and hold
until the Intake/Drain
LED flashes. Then press
the Program button
briefly. *1
Press the Program
button 5x.
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 3x.
The flashing rhythm of the
SaniWash LED indicates
the saved operating hours.
Each long flash of the
SaniWash LED represents
1000 hours and each short
flash 100 hours.
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 4x.
Flashing
rhythm of
SaniWash
LED
Long
Short
-
-
-
-
-
-
All LEDs are lit.
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 5x.
To start the control panel
Buzzer on.
test:
Buzzer,
press
the
5
Program button and hold
until the Intake/Drain
LED flashes. Then press
the Program button
briefly. *1
Table 6-16: Service Mode (G2170) (Continued from Table 6-15)
*1 To make the desired setting adjustments. Hold the Program button until the Intake/Drain
Lt. is blinking, then use the Program button to make your setting changes. Once done, hold
the Program button until the Intake/Drain Lt. is solid again.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.2.2.3
G2170 Component Test – Information
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
U1. R1, Y2, M6,…, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position.
After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water
softener) valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been
reached. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated.
At the same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15
sec. intervals. After an additional 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for
300 sec. and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
U2. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec
U3. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
U4. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
U5. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U6. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
U7. Vacant
U8. Vacant
U9. Vacant
U10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for 60 sec. The
pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
U11. Y38, Y2, Y5,…, reactivation sequence (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2
sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS valve is then activated until 250 ml has
been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve is then activated
for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet valve and the drain pump, which
begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are operated together for
60sec.
Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
U12. Vacant
U13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
U14. M2 Fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
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6.3
Inspira Series
6.3.1
Inspira Series - G2140 & G2150
6.3.1.1
G2140 / G2150 - Programming Mode
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 5 times and at
time hold until the Start/Stop LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the Start/Stop button
the 5th
If the Start/Stop LED does not flash, repeat the procedure.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Start/Stop LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-17 through 6-20.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Long Short Pos. 0:
Display
The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
or flashes. Shows
the software version
ID No.
ID No., e.g. –769.
The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
or flashes. This
programmable
function can be used
to reset all
modifiable
P0
parameters (both
customer and
service
programming) to the
standard settings.
1
The display shows P
and a digit
alternately: P0 =
Non-standard
1
P1
settings have been
made; P1 = All
settings reset to
standard settings or
no modifications
have been made.
The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Pos
3:
Press
the
Long Short
Dispensed Program button 3 or flashes: P3
0
P0 (0 ml)
rinse aid times. The Rinse (standard setting)
1
1
P1 (1 ml)
indicates a
quantity & Hold LED
2
2
P2 (2ml)
dispensed quantity
setting
flashes 3 times
of 3 ml. Setting
rapidly
3
3
P3 (3 ml)
range: 0 ml – 6 ml.
intermittently.
4
4
P4 (4 ml)
3
Press the
5
5
P5 (5 ml)
Start/Stop button
as appropriate to
6
6
P6 (6ml)
make the desired
setting.
Table 6-17: G2140 Program Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-18)
Software
version ID
check
Long Short Pos. 1:
Reset
Do not press the
Program button.
The Rinse & Hold
LED is off.
Press the
Program button
once. The Rinse
& Hold LED
flashes once
rapidly
intermittently.
Press the
Start/Stop button
to reset all
standard settings.
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash Lt.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Intake/Drain
Lt.
The Rinse LED is off
Long Short Pos. 12: Press the
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash Lt.
Long Short
Display
or flashes. This
programmable
function can be used
to reset all
P0
parameters that can
be modified by the
customer to the
standard settings: P0
1
2
= Non-standard
settings have been
made; P1 = All
settings reset to
1
P1
standard settings or
no modifications have
been made.
Long Short Pos. 20: Press the Program The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Wash
button 20 times. or flashes. Setting
temperatu The Rinse & Hold options: P0 =
P0
re
LED flashes 2
Standard setting; P1
modificatio times slowly
= Wash temperature
n (from
intermittently.
increased. Due to a
2
software Press the
program-dependent
version ID Start/Stop button running time
1
P1
No. –984) as appropriate to extension, the wash
make the desired temperature will be
setting.
increased.
Long Short Pos. 22: Press the Program The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Program button 22 times. or flashes: P0 =
running
The Rinse & Hold Standard setting; P1
P0
time
LED flashes 2
= Program running
reduction times slowly and 2 time reduction.
(from
times rapidly
software intermittently.
2
2
version ID Press the
No. –984) Start/Stop button
1
P1
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Table 6-18: G2140 Program Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-17) (Cont. on Table 6-19)
Resetting Program button
standard 12 times. The
settings *1 Rinse & Hold
LED flashes once
slowly and 2 times
rapidly
intermittently.
Press the
Start/Stop button
to reset all
standard settings.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function
Programming
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Press the Program
Long Short Pos. 23:
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash Lt.
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Display
button 22 times. The off or flashes. The
Rinse & Hold LED
display shows P
P0
flashes 2 times slowly and a digit
and 2 times rapidly
alternately: P0 =
intermittently. Press Normal water
2
3
the Start/Stop button quantity (standard
as appropriate to
setting); P1 =
P1
make the desired
Increased water
setting.
quantity.
Press the Program
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Pos. 26:
Long Short Display
Second
button 26 times. The off or flashes.
interim
Rinse & Hold LED
Setting options: P0
P0
rinse
flashes 2 times slowly = Standard setting;
selection and 6 times rapidly
P1 = With second
(from
intermittently. Press interim rinse.
2
6
software
the Start/Stop button
version ID as appropriate to
1
P1
No. –984) make the desired
setting.
Press the Program
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Pos. 27:
Long Short Display
Extended button 27 times. The off or flashes.
drying time Rinse & Hold LED
Setting options: P0
P0
(from
flashes 2 times slowly = Normal drying
software
and 7 times rapidly
time; P1 =
version ID intermittently. Press Extended drying
2
7
no.-818)
the Start/Stop button time.
1
P1
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Press the Program
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Pos. 36:
Long Short Display
Machine
button 36 times. The off or flashes.
height
Rinse & Hold LED
Setting options: P0
P0
setting
flashes 3 times slowly = Normal machine
(from
and 6 times rapidly
height (G1xxx); P1
software
intermittently. Press = XXL model
3
6
version ID the Start/Stop button (G2xxx).
no.-818) *2 as appropriate to
1
P1
make the desired
setting.
Table 6-19: G2140 Program Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-18) (Cont. on Table 6-20)
Water
quantity
normal /
increased
(from
software
version ID
No. –876)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Press the Program The Rinse LED is off
Long Short Pos. 38:
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash Lt.
Long Short Display
or flashes. Individual
setting possibilities
depend on model and
P0
whether a circulation
pump with slide
shutter (WAW) and
sensor softener (SEH)
3
8
are fitted as follows:
P0 = G12xx, G22xx
(without WAW, without
1
P4
SEH); P4 = Australian
version G12xx, G22xx
(with WAW, without
SEH).
The Rinse LED is off
Pos.
39:
Press
the
Program
Long Short
Long Short Display
Country
button 39 times. or flashes. The
1
P1
variant
The Rinse & Hold following country
2
P2
versions can be set:
setting
LED flashes 3
3
P3
(from
times slowly and 9 P1 = EUR (Europe);
P2 = AUS (Australia);
software
times rapidly
4
P4
P3 = USA, P4 = JPN
version ID intermittently.
3
9
(Japan), P5 = I/E
no. –818) Press the
5
P5
*2
Start/Stop button (Italy/Spain), P6 =
as appropriate to SER (Southern
make the desired Europe) *3
6
P6
setting.
Table 6-20: G2140 Program Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-19)
Model
variant
setting
(from
software
version ID
no. –818)
*2
button 38 times.
The Rinse & Hold
LED flashes 3
times slowly and 8
times rapidly
intermittently.
Press the
Start/Stop button
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Warning!
Do not change settings in Position 36, 38 or 39. Any changes made will
affect the operation of the dishwasher.
*1 On models with software version ID no. 769, the “Resetting standard settings” function is
at Pos.19.
*2 If the electronic unit is replaced during service work, it must be programmed as follows:
First set the country variant and model variant, then switch off the unit, repeat the
accessing procedure and set the machine height. Then the on-site water hardness must
be set.
*3 The SER variant includes the following countries: Portugal, France, Netherlands,
Belgium and Great Britain.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.3.1.2
G2140 / G2150 Service Mode
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 3 times and at the 3rd time
hold it until the Start/Stop LED flashes.
5. Release the Start/ Stop button
If the Start/Stop LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by a slow flashing Start/Stop
LED (1 Hz).
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-21 through 6-22.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Long Short Pos. 0:
Software
version ID
check
Long Short Pos. 1:
Fault
memory
display and
deletion
-
1
Programming
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Do not press the
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Display
Program button.
off. Shows the
The Rinse & Hold software version ID
LED is off.
No., e.g. -769
Press the Program The Rinse LED is
Long Short Display
button once. The off or flashes to
F0
Rinse & Hold LED show the fault code
flashes once rapidly number alternately
1
F1
intermittently. Press see 6.7, Fault code
summary. If the
the Start/Stop
2
F2
fault memory is
button.
1
1
F11
Press it again to
empty, the Rinse
display fault codes LED is off.
1
2
F12
that may have been
saved. To delete
1
3
F13
the fault memory,
1
4
F14
press the Start/Stop
button again and
1
8
F18
hold it for 4 sec.
1
9
F19
Table 6-21: G2140 Service Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-22).
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2
4
F24
2
5
F25
2
6
F26
4
-
F40
5
1
F51
6
9
F69
7
-
F70
8
8
F88
G1000 / G2000 Dishwashers
Technical Information
Flashing
Rhythm of
Function
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Programming
Display
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Press the Program The Rinse LED
Long Short Display
Component button 2 times. The shows which
U0
test
Rinse & Hold LED component is being
tested: For example
flashes 2 times
1
U1
if the drain pump
rapidly
intermittently. Press M8 is being tested,
2
U2
the Rinse LED
the Start/Stop
3
U3
flashes 3x briefly
button. Press it
again to activate the intermittently. For
4
U4
the test sequence
next component.
and background
5
U5
information about
6
U6
individual
components and
7
U7
their activation, see
6.3.1.3, Component
8
U8
test.
9
U9
Long Short Pos.2:
-
2
Long Short Pos 4:
Press the Program
Operating button 3 times. The
hours
Rinse & Hold LED
check
flashes 3 times
rapidly
intermittently.
1
0
U10
1
1
U11
1
2
U12
1
3
U13
1
4
U14
The Rinse LED
Long Short Display
shows the number
of operating hours
as follows: If the
machine has run for
3
74 hours, the Rinse
LED flashes 7x
long and 4x briefly
intermittently.
Press the Program All LEDs are lit.
Long Short Pos. 5:
Long Short Display
LED test
button 4 times. The
Rinse & Hold LED
flashes 4 times
rapidly
4
intermittently. Press
the Start/Stop
button once.
Table 6-22: G2140 Service Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-21)
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.3.1.3
G2140 / G2150 Component Test - Information
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
U1. R1, Y2, M6,…, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. After
2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. At the
same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15 sec.
intervals. After an additional 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for 300
sec. and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
U2. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec
U3. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
U4. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
U5. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U6. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a
higher circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows.
Afterwards the current is approx. 0.16 A.
U7. Vacant
U8. Vacant
U9. Vacant
U10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for 60 sec. The
pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
U11. Y38, Y2, Y5,…, reactivation sequence (mini-program):This starts with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). The water
inlet valve with EGS valve is then activated until 250 ml has been reached or
60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve is then activated for 120 sec.
Following this the water inlet valve and the drain pump, which begins with
pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are operated together for 60sec.
Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
U12. Vacant
U13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
U14. Vacant
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6.3.2
Inspira Series - G1180 & G2180
6.3.2.1
G1180 / G2180 - Programming Mode
Initial requirements
3. Open the door.
4. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the program button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the program button.
4. Immediately press and release the program button 5 times and at the 5th time
hold until the Rinse & Hold LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the program button
If the Rinse & Hold LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Rinse & Hold LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-23 through 6-28.
Note
Upon accessing the programming mode, to navigate between the various
functions and making changes within them you must do the following:
1.To navigate the Functions insure the Intake/Drain Lt. is solid. If not,
hold the Program button until the Intake/Drain Lt. becomes a solid
light. Now the Program button can be used to navigate the Functions
bar.
2.To make setting changes within each Function, hold the Program
button until you see a blinking light from the Intake/Drain Lt. Now you
can use the Program button to make your setting changes within each
Function. The Sani-Wash Lt. will indicate what the setting is for each
Function.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Function
Long Short Pos. 0:
-
Long
-
-
Programming
Indication
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
The Sani-Wash
Long Short Display
LED is off or
flashes. Shows the
ID No.
software version ID
No., e.g. -769
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Short Pos. 1:
Long Short Display
LED flashes 1x
Reset
button 1x.
briefly
To reset all
intermittently. With
P0
parameters to the this programming
delivery condition, function, all
press the Program parameters can be
button and hold
reset to delivery
until the
condition.
Intake/Drain LED If the
1
flashes. Then press SaniWash LED is
the Program button off, the values do
not correspond to
briefly *2
1
P1
the delivery
condition. If the
SaniWash LED
flashes, all values
are as in the
delivery condition.
Pos. 2: Set Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short gr/gal
the water button 2x.
LED flashes 2x
1
1-5
hardness
briefly
To modify the water intermittently.
2
6-9
hardness setting,
press the Program The current setting
3
10-14
button to enter the can be seen from
4
15-19
the flashing rhythm
desired setting
of
the
SaniWash
changes.
*2
2
5
20-25
LED. If the LED
flashes 4x briefly
6
26-31
intermittently, this
7
33-38
indicates a factory
setting of 15-19
8
39-45
gr/gal.
9
46-63
Software
version ID
check
Do not press the
Program button.
The Intake/Drain
LED is off.
1
-
64-88
Table 6-23: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-24)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Long
-
Long
-
Short
Function
Pos 3: Set
amount of
rinse aid
dispensed
4
Indication
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
button 3 times.
LED flashes 3x
rapidly
intermittently.
To modify the
dispensing amount,
press the Program
button and hold it
until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then use
the Program button
to enter the desired
setting changes. *2
3
Short
Programming
Pos 4:
Buzzer
on/off
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Long
Short Display
-
-
0ml
-
1
1ml
-
2
2ml
3
3ml
4
4ml
5
5ml
6
6ml
The current setting
can be seen from
the flashing rhythm
of the SaniWash
LED. If he LED
flashes 3x briefly
intermittently, this
indicates a factory
setting of 3ml.
Setting range: 0-6
ml.
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long
button 4x
LED flashes 4x
rapidly
intermittently.
To change the
SaniWash LED off
setting, press the
= Buzzer is
Program button actuvated (factory
and hold it until the setting). SaniWash
Intake/Drain LED
LED flashes =
flashes. Then press
Buzzer is
the Program button
deactivated.
to enter the desired
setting changes. *2
Short Display
-
P0
1
P1
Table 6-24: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-23) (Cont. on Table 6-25)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Indication
Intake/Drain
Lt.
The Intake/Drain
Press the
Long Short
1
2
Pos. 12:
Reset to
factory
setting
Program button LED flashes 1x long
and 2x briefly
12x
intermittently. With
To reset all
this programming
parameters to
function, all
factory setting,
parameters that can
press the
be modified by the
Program button customer can be
and hold it until reset to the factory
the Intake/Drain setting.
LED flashes.
Then press the If the SaniWash LED
Program button is off, the values are
not at the factory
to enter the
setting. If the
desired setting
SaniWash LED
changes. *2
flashes, all values
correspond to the
factory setting.
The Intake/Drain
the wash
Program button LED flashes 2x long
intermittently.
temperature 20x
Long Short Pos. 20: Set Press the
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Long Short Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Long Short Display
The SaniWash LED
To change the
setting, press the is off = normal wash
Program button temperature; the
P0
and hold it until SaniWash flashes =
2
the Intake/Drain increased wash
temperature with a
LED flashes.
Then press the resulting running time
Program button extension.
to enter the
desired setting
1
P1
changes. *2
Table 6-25: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-24) (Cont. on Table 6-26)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Indication
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Press the
The Intake/Drain
Long Short Pos. 22:
Program button LED flashes 2x long
Program
and 2x briefly
running time 22x
intermittently.
reduction
2
2
Long Short Pos. 23:
Water
quantity
normal /
increased
2
3
The SaniWash LED
is off = normal
program cycle
(factory setting); the
SaniWash LED
flashes = shortened
program cycle.
Reduction in running
time due to a
decrease in
temperature and/or
the removal of hold
times.
Press the
The Intake/Drain
Program button LED flashes 2x long
23x.
and 3x briefly
intermittently.
To change the
setting, press the
Program button
and hold it until
the Intake/Drain
LED flashes.
Then press the
Program button
to enter the
desired setting
changes. *2
To change the
setting, press the
Program button
and hold it until
the Intake/Drain
LED flashes.
Then press the
Program button
to enter the
desired setting
changes. *2
The SaniWash LED
is off = normal water
volume (factory
setting); the
SaniWash LED
flashes = increased
water volume.
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Long Short Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Long Short Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Table 6-26: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-25) (Cont. on Table 6-27)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Programming
Indication
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long
LED flashes 2x
Add second button 26x.
long and 6x briefly
interim rinse
To change the
intermittently.
setting, press the
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED is off =
2
6
Intake/Drain LED program cycle per
flashes. Then press factory setting; The
the Program button SaniWash LED
to enter the desired flashes = second
setting changes. *2 interim rinse is
added.
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short Pos. 27:
Long
LED flashes 2x
Extended
button 27x
long and 7x briefly
drying time
To change the
intermittently.
setting, press the
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED if off = normal
Intake/Drain LED drying (factory
2
7
flashes. Then press setting); the
the Program button SaniWash LED
to enter the desired flashes = enhanced
setting changes. *2 drying.
-
Long Short Pos. 26:
Long Short Pos. 36:
Short
Display
-
P0
1
P1
Short
Display
-
P0
1
P1
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
Long Short Display
button 36x.
LED flashes 3x
long and 6x briefly
To change the
intermittently.
P0
setting, press the
The SaniWash
Program button
and hold it until the LED is off = normal
3
6
Intake/Drain LED machine height
flashes. Then press (G1xxx). The
1
P1
the Program button SaniWash LED
to enter the desired flashes = XXL units
setting changes. *2 (G2xxx).
Table 6-27: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-26) (Cont. on Table 6-28)
Machine
height
setting *1
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Intake/Drain
Lt.
Function
Long Short Pos. 38:
Model
variant
setting *1
3
8
Long Short Pos. 39:
Country
variant
setting *1
3
9
Programming
Indication
Flashing Rhythm of
SaniWash LED
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
LED flashes 3x
button 38x.
To change the
long and 8x briefly
setting, press the intermittently.
Program button
and hold it until the The SaniWash
Intake/Drain LED LED is off = Gx18x
flashes. Then press and Gx171; the
the Program button SaniWash LED
to enter the desired flashes = Gx170
setting changes. *2
Long Short Display
Press the Program The Intake/Drain
button 38x.
LED flashes 3x
long and 8x briefly
intermittently.
Long Short Display
To change the
The flashing rhythm
setting, press the of the SaniWash
Program button
LED shows which
and hold it until the country variant is
Intake/Drain LED set: 1x = Europe;
flashes. Then press 2x = Australia; 3x =
the Program button USA; 4x = Japan,
to enter the desired 5x = Italy/Spain, 6x
setting changes. *2 = Southern Europe.
*3.
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
-
1
EUR
-
2
AUS
-
3
USA
-
4
JPN
-
5
IT/SP
-
6
S/EUR
Table 6-28: G1180 / G2180 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-27)
*1 If the electronic unit is exchanged during service work, it must be
programmed as
follows: First set the country variant and model variant, then switch off the unit, repeat the
accessing procedure and set the machine height.
*2 After the changes are made, hold the program button until the Intake/Drain LED is solid.
*3 The variant Southern Europe covers the following countries: Portugal, France, The
Netherlands, Belgium and Great Britain.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.3.2.2
G1180 / G2180 - Service Mode
Initial requirements
3. Open the door.
4. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the program button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the program button.
4. Immediately press and release the program button 3 times and at the 3rd time
hold until the Rinse & Hold LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the program button
If the Rinse & Hold LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Rinse & Hold LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-29 through 6-30.
Note
Upon accessing the programming mode, to navigate between the various
functions and making changes within them you must do the following:
1.To navigate the Functions insure the Intake/Drain Lt. is solid. If not,
hold the Program button until the Intake/Drain Lt. becomes a solid
light. Now the Program button can be used to navigate the Functions
bar.
2.To make setting changes within each Function, hold the Program
button until you see a blinking light from the Intake/Drain Lt. Now you
can use the Program button to make your setting changes within each
Function. The Sani-Wash Lt. will indicate what the setting is for each
Function.
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Flashing rhythm
of Intake/Drain Function
LED
Long Short Pos. 0:
Software
version
ID check
Pos. 1:
Fault
memory
display
and
deletion
-
Programming
Indication
Do not press the
Program button. The
Intake/Drain LED is off.
The Sani-Wash LED is off or
flashes. Shows the software
version ID No., e.g. -769
Press the Program
button 1x.
If the fault is indicated in
the SaniWash LED,
check if additional faults
are registered. Press the
Program button and hold
it until the Intake/Drain
LED flashes. Then press
the Program button
briefly. *1
-
ID No.
The Intake/Drain LED flashes 1x.
-
-
F0
If faults are saved into memory,
these are indicated via the flashing
rhythm of the SaniWash LED.
Refer to 6.7 Fault code summary.
-
1
F1
-
2
F2
1
1
F11
1
2
F12
1
3
F13
1
4
F14
1
8
F18
1
9
F19
2
4
F24
2
5
F25
2
6
F26
4
-
F40
5
1
F51
5
2
F52
6
9
F69
7
-
F70
8
8
F88
-
-
U0
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
U10
U11
U12
U13
U14
The SaniWash LED is off = F0 (no
To delete the fault
faults).
memory, press the
Program button and hold
until the Intake/Drain
LED flashes. Then press
the Program button until
the SaniWash LED goes
out.
-
2
Pos.2:
Compon
ent test
Long Short
-
1
Press the Program
button 2x.
To start the component
test, press the Program
button and hold until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press the
Program button briefly.
Press the Program
button again to access
each of the following
components. *1
Flashing rhythm of
SaniWash LED
The Intake/Drain LED flashes 2x.
The flashing rhythm of the
SaniWash LED indicates which
component is currently accessed.
For the sequence of component
testing as well as backgraound
information and access
procedures, refer to 6.3.2.3
Component test.
Table 6-29: G1180 / G2180 Service Mode (Continued on Table 6-30)
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Flashing
rhythm of
Intake/Drain
LED
Long Short
-
-
4
5
Function
Pos 4:
Operating
hours
check
Pos. 5:
Control
Panel LED
test
Programming
Indication
Press the Program
button 3x.
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 3x.
To check the
operating hours,
press the Program
button and hold
until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press
the Program
button briefly. *1
Press the Program
button 4x.
The flashing rhythm of
the SaniWash LED
indicates the saved
operating hours. Each
long flash of the
SaniWash LED
represents 1000 hours
and each short flash
100 hours.
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 4x.
To start the control
panel test: LED,
press the Program
button and hold
until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press
the Program
button briefly. *1
Press the Program
button 5x.
All LEDs are lit.
Long
Short Display
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
The Intake/Drain LED
flashes 5x.
Buzzer on.
To start the control
panel test: Buzzer,
press the Program
6
button and hold
until the
Intake/Drain LED
flashes. Then press
the Program
button briefly. *1
Table 6-30: G1180 / G2180 Service Mode (Continued from Table 6-29)
Pos. 6:
Control
Panel
Buzzer
Test
Flashing rhythm of
SaniWash LED
*1 To make the desired setting adjustments. Hold the Program button until the Intake/Drain Lt. is
blinking, then use the Program button to make your setting changes. Once done, hold the Program
button until the Intake/Drain Lt. is solid again.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.3.2.3
G1180 / G2180 – Component Test
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
U1. R1, Y2, M6,…, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. After
2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. At the
same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15 sec.
intervals. After an additional 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for 300
sec. and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
U2. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec
U3. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
U4. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
U5. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U6. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
U7. Vacant
U8. Vacant
U9. Vacant
U10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for 60 sec. The
pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
U11. Y38, Y2, Y5,…, reactivation sequence (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2
sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS valve is then activated until 250 ml has
been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve is then activated
for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet valve and the drain pump, which
begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are operated together for
60sec.
Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
U12. Vacant
U13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
U14. M2 Fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
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6.4
Optima Series
6.4.1
Optima Series – G2420 & G2430
6.4.1.1
G2420 / G2430 – Programming Mode
Initial requirements
1. Close the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the Start/Stop button.
4. Wait for dot in display, then immediately press and release the
Start/Stop
button 5 times and on the 5th time hold until the
Start/Stop LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the Start/Stop button
If the Start/Stop LED does not flash, repeat the procedure.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Start/Stop LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-31 through 6-35.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Delay Start
LED
Do not press the
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Pos. 0:
Software
version ID
check
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Long Short Display
Delay start button. off or flashes. The
The Delay start
display shows the
LED is off.
software version ID
No., e.g. –769.
Press the Delay
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Pos. 1:
Long Short
Reset
start button once. off or flashes. This
The Delay start
programmable
LED flashes once function can be
rapidly
used to reset all
intermittently. Press modifiable
the Start/Stop
parameters to the
button to reset all standard settings.
standard settings. The display shows
P and a digit
1
alternately: P0 =
Non-standard
settings have been
1
made; P1 = All
settings reset to
standard settings or
no modifications
have been made.
The Rinse LED is
Pos.2:
Press
the
Delay
Long Short
Long Short
Sensor
start button 2 times. off or flashes. The
display shows P
softener
The Delay start
1
and the set value
activation/ LED flashes 2
2
alternately. Setting
Water
times rapidly
3
hardness
intermittently. Press range: P0 = Sensor
2
softener active.P1 –
setting*1
the Start/Stop
4
P4 = Softener off.
button as
P5 to P70 = Water
appropriate to
1
9
make the desired hardness, see
Table 6-2.
setting.
The Rinse LED is
Press the Delay
Long Short Pos 3:
Long Short
Dispensed start button 3 times. off or flashes. The
display shows P
rinse aid
The Delay start
1
and a digit
quantity
LED flashes 3
2
alternately: e.g. P3
setting
times rapidly
3
intermittently. Press (standard setting)
3
4
indicates a
the Start/Stop
5
dispensed quantity
button as
of 3 ml. Setting
appropriate to
make the desired range: 0 ml – 6 ml.
6
setting.
Table 6-31: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-32)
152
ID No.
Display
P0
P1
Display
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P19
Display
P0 (0ml)
P1 (1ml)
P2 (2ml)
P3 (3ml)
P4 (4ml)
P5 (5ml)
P6 (ml)
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Technical Information
Flashing
Flashing Rhythm of
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Rinse LED
Delay Start
LED
Press the Delay The Rinse LED is off or Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 5:
flashes. The display
start button 5
times. The Delay shows P and a digit
alternately: P0 =
start LED
P0
flashes 5 times Normal program
sequence (standard
rapidly
setting); P1 = Modified
intermittently.
program sequence.
Press the
Start/Stop button This is used to adjust
5
as appropriate to the Sensor wash
program parameters so
make the
desired setting. it can be used to wash
1
P1
items with stubborn
stains even if the
overall level of soiling is
otherwise low.
Press the Delay The Rinse LED is off or Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 12:
Resetting
start button 12 flashes. This
standard
times. The Delay programmable function
can be used to reset all
settings
start LED
parameters that can be
flashes once
P0
modified by the
slowly and 2
customer to the
times rapidly
standard settings. This
intermittently.
display shows P and a
Press the
1
2
Start/Stop button digit alternately: P0 =
Non-standard settings
to reset all
have been made; P1 =
standard
1
P1
All settings reset to
settings.
standard settings or no
modifications have
been made.
Press the Delay The Rinse LED is off or Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 20:
Wash
start button 20 flashes. The display
temperature times. The Delay shows P and a digit
alternately. Setting
modification start LED
P0
(from
flashes 2 times options: P0 = Standard
setting; P1 = Wash
software
slowly
temperature increased.
2
0 version ID intermittently.
Due to a programNo. –984) Press the
Start/Stop button dependent running time
1
P1
as appropriate to extension, the wash
temperature will be
make the
desired setting. increased.
Table 6-32: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-31)
(Cont. on
Table 6-33)
Sensor
wash
program
modification
(from
software
version ID
No. 984)
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Flashing
Flashing Rhythm of
Rhythm of
Function
Programming
Display
Rinse LED
Delay Start
LED
Press the Delay start The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 21:
button 21 times. The or flashes. The
display shows P and
Delay start LED
flashes 2 times slowly a digit alternately: P0
P0
= Standard setting;
and once rapidly
intermittently. Press P1 = Final rinse
the Start/Stop button temperature
2
1
increased. Due to a
as appropriate to
program-dependent
make the desired
1
P1
running time
setting.
extension, the final
rinse temperature will
be increased.
Press the Delay start The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 22:
Program
button 22 times. The or flashes. The
running time Delay start LED
display shows P and
P0
reduction
flashes 2 times slowly a digit alternately: P0
(from
and 2 times rapidly
= Standard setting;
software
intermittently. Press P1 = Program
2
2
version ID
the Start/Stop button running time
1
P1
No. –984)
as appropriate to
reduction.
make the desired
setting.
The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
When the decimal
Long
Short Pos. 23:
or flashes. The
Water
point in the display
display shows P and
quantity
has switched off,
normal /
press the Delay start a digit alternately: P0
P0
increased
button 23 times. The = Normal water
quantity (standard
(from
Delay start LED
software
flashes 2 times slowly setting); P1 =
2
3
Increased water
version ID
and 3 times rapidly
No. –876)
intermittently. Press quantity.
the program button
1
P1
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Pos.
24:
Press the Delay start The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Long
Short
Soak
button 24 times. The or flashes. The
activation / Delay start LED
display shows P and
P0
deactivation flashes 2 times slowly a digit alternately.
(from
and 4 times rapidly
Setting options: P0 =
software
intermittently. Press Soak not activated;
2
4
version ID
the Start/Stop button P1 = Soak activated.
no.-818)
as appropriate to
1
P1
make the desired
setting.
Table 6-33: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-32) (Cont. on Table 6-34)
Final rinse
temperature
modification
(from
software
version ID
No. –984)
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Flashing
Flashing Rhythm of
Rhythm of
Function
Programming
Display
Rinse LED
Delay Start
LED
Press the Delay start The Rinse LED is Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 25:
Pre-wash
activation /
deactivation
(from
software
version ID
no.-818)
button 25 times. The
Delay start LED
flashes 2 times slowly
and 5 times rapidly
intermittently. Press
2
5
the Start/Stop button
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Press the Delay start
Long Short Pos. 26:
Second
button 26 times. The
interim rinse Delay start LED
selection
flashes 2 times slowly
(from
and 6 times rapidly
intermittently. Press
2
6 software
version ID the Start/Stop button
No. –984) as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Press the Delay start
Long Short Pos. 27:
Extended
button 27 times. The
drying time Delay start LED
(from
flashes 2 times slowly
software
and 7 times rapidly
2
7 version ID intermittently. Press
no.-818)
the Start/Stop button
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Press the Delay start
Long Short Pos. 36:
Machine
button 36 times. The
height
Delay start LED
setting (from flashes 3 times slowly
software
and 6 times rapidly
version ID intermittently. Press
3
6
no.-818) *1 the Start/Stop button
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
off or flashes.
The display
P0
shows P and a
digit alternately.
Setting options:
P0 = Pre-wash
not activated; P1
1
P1
= Pre-wash
activated.
The Rinse LED is Long Short Display
off or flashes.
The display
P0
shows P and a
digit alternately.
Setting options:
P0 = Standard
setting; P1 = With
1
P1
second interim
rinse.
The Rinse LED is Long Short Display
off or flashes.
The display
P0
shows P and a
digit alternately.
Setting options:
P0 = Normal
drying time; P1 =
1
P1
Extended drying
time.
The Rinse LED is Long Short Display
off or flashes.
The display
P0
shows P and a
digit alternately.
Setting options:
P0 = Normal
machine height
1
P1
(G1xxx); P1 =
XXL model
(G2xxx).
Table 6-34: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-33)
(Cont. on Table 6-35)
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Flashing
Flashing Rhythm of
Rhythm of
Function
Programming
Display
Delay Start
Rinse LED
LED
Press the Delay
The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 38:
Model
start button 38
or flashes. The
variant
times. The Delay display shows P and
setting (from start LED flashes 3 a digit alternately.
software
times slowly and 8 Individual setting
version ID times rapidly
possibilities depend
no. –818) *1 intermittently. Press on model and
the Start/Stop
whether a circulation
3
8
3
P3
button as
pump with slide
appropriate to
shutter (WAW) and
make the desired sensor softener
setting.
(SEH) are fitted as
follows: P3 = G14xx,
G24xx (without
WAW, with SEH).
The Rinse LED is off Long Short Display
Press the Delay
Long Short Pos. 39:
or flashes. The
Country
start button 39
1
P1
variant
times. The Delay display shows P and
2
P2
setting *1
start LED flashes 3 a digit alternately.
times slowly and 9 The following
3
P3
country versions can
times rapidly
intermittently. Press be set: P1 = EUR
4
P4
3
9
(Europe); P2 = AUS
the Start/Stop
(Australia); P3 =
button as
5
P5
USA, P4 = JPN
appropriate to
make the desired (Japan), P5 = I/E
(Italy/Spain), P6 =
setting.
6
P6
SER (Southern
Europe) *2
Table 6-35: G2420 / G2430 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-34)
Warning
Do not change settings in Position 36, 38 or 39. Any changes made will
affect the operation of the dishwasher.
*1 If the electronic unit is exchanged during service work, it must be programmed as
follows: First set the country variant and model variant, then switch off the unit,
repeat the accessing procedure and set the machine height. Then the on-site water
hardness must be set.
*2 The SER variant includes the following countries: Portugal, France, Netherlands,
Belgium and Great Britain.
Save and Quit
Switch off the unit
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6.4.1.2
G2420 / G2430 - Service Mode Summary
Initial requirements
1. Close the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 3 times and at
time hold until the Start/Stop LED flashes.
5. Release the Start/ Stop button
the 3rd
If the Start/Stop LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by a slow flashing Start/Stop
LED (1 Hz).
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-36 through 6-37.
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Delay Start
LED
Do not press the
The Rinse LED is
Long Short Pos. 0:
Software
version ID
check
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Long Short Display
Delay start button. off. The Display
The Delay start
shows the software
Led is off.
version ID No., e.g.
-769
The Rinse LED is Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 1: Fault Press the Delay
memory
start button once. off or flashes. The
F0
display shows F
display and The Delay start
1
F1
deletion
LED flashes once and a fault code
2
F2
number alternately,
rapidly
1
1
F11
intermittently. Press see 6.7, fault code
1
2
F12
summary. If the
the Start/Stop
1
3
F13
fault memory is
button.
Press it again to
empty, F and 0 are
1
4
F14
display fault codes displayed
1
8
F18
that may have been alternately
1
9
F19
saved. To delete
1
2
4
F24
the fault memory,
2
5
F25
press the
2
6
F26
Start/Stop button
4
F40
again and hold it for
5
1
F51
4 sec.
5
2
F52
6
9
F69
7
F70
8
7
F87
8
8
F88
Table 6-36: G2420 / G2430 Service Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-37)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Delay Start
LED
Press the Delay
The display shows
Long Short Pos 2:
-
2
Component start button 2
which component is
test
times. The LED
being tested. For
flashes 2 times
example if the drain
rapidly
pump M8 is being
intermittently. Press tested, U and 3 are
the Start/Stop
shown alternately.
button. Press it
For the test
again to activate
sequence and
the next component background
information about
individual
components and
their activation, see
6.4.1.3, Component
test.
Long Short Pos 4:
-
3
Press the Delay
Operating start button 3
hours check times. The Delay
start LED flashes 3
times rapidly
intermittently.
Long Short Pos. 5: LED Press the Delay
test
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Long Short Display
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
1
2
3
4
U0
U1
U2
U3
U4
U5
U6
U7
U8
U9
U10
U11
U12
U13
U14
The display shows Long Short Display
the number of
operating hours as
follows: If the
machine has run for
74 hours, H, 7 and
4 are displayed
alternately.
The display shows Long Short Display
6.1: All LEDs are lit
start button 4
times. The Delay
start LED flashes 4
times rapidly
4
intermittently. Press
the Start/Stop
button once.
Table 6-37: G2420 / G2430 Service Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-36)
Save and Quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.4.1.3
G2420 / G2430 Component Test
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
U1. R1, Y2, M6,…, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position.
After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water
softener) valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been
reached. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated.
At the same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15
sec. intervals. After a further 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for 300
sec. and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
U2. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec.
U3. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
U4. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slideshutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired water quantity has been reached
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
U5. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U6. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
Warning!
The circulation pump must not run for more than 30 sec. without water.
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
U7. Vacant
U8. Vacant
U9. Vacant
U10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for 60 sec. The
pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
U11. Y38, Y2, Y5,…, reactivation sequence (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2
sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS valve is then activated until 250 ml has
been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve is then activated
for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet valve and the drain pump, which
begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are operated together for
60sec.
Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
U12. Vacant
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U13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
U14. M2, fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
U15. Vacant
U16. Vacant
U17. Vacant
6.4.2
Optima Series – G1470 & G2470
6.4.2.1
G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode
Initial requirements
1. Open the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the program button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the program button when the decimal point is in the display.
4. Immediately press and release the program button 5 times and at the 5th time
hold until the Rinse & Hold LED flashes rapidly.
5. Release the program button.
If the Rinse & Hold LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by a rapid
flashing Rinse & Hold LED (5 Hz)
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-38 through 6-42.
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Flashing
Rhythm of Function Programming
Display
Gel LED
Do not press the
The display shows
Long Short Pos. 0:
Software
version ID
check
Long Short Pos. 1:
1 Reset
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash LED
Long Short Display
Gel button. The Gel the software
LED is off.
version ID No., e.g.
-769
Press the Gel
This programmable Long Short
button once. The function can be
Gel LED flashes
used to reset all
once rapidly
modifiable
intermittently. Press parameters (both
the program button customer and
as appropriate to service
make the desired programming) to
setting.
the standard
settings. The
display shows P
and a digit
alternately: P0 =
Non-standard
settings have been
made; P1 = All
settings reset to
standard settings or
no modifications
have been made.
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short
Long Short Pos.2:
button 2 times. The P and the digit/s of
2 Sensor
softener
Gel LED flashes 2 the set value
1
activation / times rapidly
alternately. Setting
2
Water
intermittently. Press range: P0 = Sensor
3
hardness
the program button Softener active. P1
4
setting*1
as appropriate to to P4 = without
1
9
make the desired softener; P5 to P70
setting.
= Water hardness,
4
see Table 6-2.
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short
Long Short Pos 3:
Dispensed
button
3
times.
The
P and a digit
3
rinse aid
Gel LED flashes 3 alternately: e.g. P3
1
quantity
times rapidly
(standard setting)
2
setting
intermittently. Press indicates a
3
the program button dispensed quantity
4
as appropriate to of 3 ml. Setting
5
make the desired range: 0 ml – 6 ml.
setting.
6
Table 6-38: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-39)
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ID No.
Display
P0
P1
Display
P0
P1
P2
P3
P4
P19
P40
Display
P0 (0ml)
P1 (1ml)
P2 (2ml)
P3 (3ml)
P4 (4ml)
P5 (5ml)
P6 (ml)
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Flashing
Display
Rhythm of Function Programming
Gel LED
Press the Gel
The display shows
Long Short Pos 4:
Buzzer
on/off
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash LED
Long Short Display
button 4 times. The P and a digit
Gel LED flashes 4 alternately: P0 =
times rapidly
Buzzer off; P1 =
P0
intermittently. Press Buzzer on.
4
the program button
as appropriate to
make the desired
1
P1
setting.
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 5:
Sensor
button 5 times. The P and a digit
wash
Gel LED flashes 5 alternately: P0 =
program
times rapidly
Normal program
modification intermittently. Press sequence (standard
P0
(from
the program button setting); P1 =
software
as appropriate to Modified program
version ID make the desired sequence. This is
No. 984)
setting.
used to adjust the
Sensor wash
5
program
parameters so it
can be used to
1
P1
wash items with
stubborn stains
even if the overall
level of soiling is
otherwise low.
Long Short Pos. 12:
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short Display
Resetting
button 12 times.
P and a digit
standard
The Gel LED
alternately: P0 =
settings *2 flashes once slowly Normal program
P0
and 2 times rapidly sequence (standard
intermittently. Press setting); P1 =
the program button Modified program
to reset all standard sequence. This is
settings.
used to adjust the
1
2
Sensor wash
program
parameters so it
can be used to
1
P1
wash items with
stubborn stains
even if the overall
level of soiling is
otherwise low.
Table 6-39: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-38) (Cont. on Table 6-40)
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Flashing
Rhythm of Function Programming
Display
Gel LED
Press the Gel
The display shows
Long Short Pos. 20:
Wash
temperature
modification
(from
software
version ID
No. –984)
Flashing Rhythm of
Sani-Wash LED
Long Short Display
button 20 times.
P and a digit
The Gel LED
alternately. Setting
flashes 2 times
options: P0 =
P0
slowly
Standard setting;
intermittently. Press P1 = Wash
the program button temperature
2
as appropriate to increased. Due to a
make the desired program-dependent
setting.
running time
1
P1
extension, the wash
temperature will be
increased.
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 21:
Final rinse button 21 times.
P and a digit
temperature The Gel LED
alternately: P0 =
P0
modification flashes 2 times
Standard setting;
(from
slowly
P1 = Final rinse
software
intermittently. Press temperature
2
1 version ID the program button increased. Due to a
No. –984) as appropriate to program-dependent
make the desired running time
1
P1
setting.
extension, the final
rinse temperature
will be increased.
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 22:
Program
button 22 times.
P and a digit
running time The Gel LED
alternately: P0 =
P0
reduction
flashes 2 times
Standard setting;
(from
slowly and 2 times P1 = Program
software
rapidly
running time
2
2
version ID intermittently. Press reduction.
No. –984) the program button
1
P1
as appropriate to
make the desired
setting.
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 23:
Water
button 23 times.
P and a digit
quantity
The Gel LED
alternately: P0 =
normal /
flashes 2 times
Normal water
P0
increased slowly and 3 times quantity (standard
(from
rapidly
setting); P1 =
2
3
software
intermittently. Press Increased water
version ID the program button quantity.
No. –769 & as appropriate to
P1
876)
make the desired
setting.
Table 6-40: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-39) (Cont. on Table 6-41)
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Flashing
Rhythm of
Function
Programming
Display
Delay start
LED
Press the Gel button The display
Long Short Pos. 24:
2
4
Soak
activation /
deactivation
(from
software
version ID
no. 818)
Long Short Pos. 25: Pre-
2
5
wash
activation /
deactivation
(from
software
version ID
no. 818)
Long Short Pos. 26:
2
6
Second
interim rinse
selection
(from
software
version ID
No. –984)
Long Short Pos. 27:
2
7
Extended
drying time
(from
software
version ID
no. 818)
Long Short Pos. 36:
3
6
Machine
height
setting (from
software
version ID
no. 818) *1
24 times. The Gel
shows P and a
LED flashes 2 times digit alternately.
slowly and 4 times
Setting options:
rapidly intermittently. P0 = Soak not
Press the program activated; P1 =
button as appropriate Soak activated.
to make the desired
setting.
Press the Gel button The display
25 times. The Gel
shows P and a
LED flashes 2 times digit alternately.
slowly and 5 times
Setting options:
rapidly intermittently. P0 = Pre-wash
Press the program not activated; P1
button as appropriate = Pre-wash
to make the desired activated.
setting.
Press the Gel button The display
26 times. The Gel
shows P and a
LED flashes 2 times digit alternately.
slowly and 6 times
Setting options:
rapidly intermittently. P0 = Standard
Press the program setting; P1 = With
button as appropriate second interim
to make the desired rinse.
setting.
Press the Gel button The display
27 times. The Gel
shows P and a
LED flashes 2 times digit alternately.
slowly and 7 times
Setting options:
rapidly intermittently. P0 = Normal
Press the program drying time; P1 =
button as appropriate Extended drying
to make the desired time.
setting.
Press the Gel button The display
36 times. The Gel
shows P and a
LED flashes 3 times digit alternately.
slowly and 6 times
Setting options:
rapidly intermittently. P0 = Normal
Press the program machine height
button as appropriate (G1xxx); P1 =
to make the desired XXL model
setting.
(G2xxx).
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Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Long
Short
Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Long
Short
Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Long
Short
Display
-
-
P0
-
1
P1
Long
Short
Display
-
-
P0
-
-
P1
Long
Short
Display
-
-
P0
-
-
P1
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Table 6-41: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-40) (Cont. on Table 6-42)
Flashing
Rhythm of
Function Programming
Display
Delay start
LED
The display shows
Press the Gel
Long Short Pos. 38:
Flashing Rhythm of
Rinse LED
Long Short Display
P and a digit
button 38 times.
alternately.
The Gel LED
Individual setting
flashes 3 times
slowly and 8 times possibilities depend
on model and
rapidly
intermittently. Press whether a
the program button circulation pump
as appropriate to with slide shutter
3
8
3
P3
make the desired (WAW) and sensor
softener (SEH) are
setting.
fitted as follows:
Select setting P3 =
G147x, G247x
(without WAW, with
SEH).
Press the Gel
The display shows Long Short Display
Long Short Pos. 39:
Country
button 39 times.
P and a digit
1
P1
variant
The Gel LED
alternately. The
2
P2
setting (from flashes 3 times
following country
software
slowly and 9 times versions can be
3
P3
version ID rapidly
set: P1 = EUR
no. 818) *1 intermittently. Press (Europe); P2 =
4
P4
3
9
the program button AUS (Australia); P3
as appropriate to = USA, P4 = JPN
5
P5
make the desired (Japan), P5 = I/E
(Italy/Spain), P6 =
setting.
SER (Southern
6
P6
Europe) *3
Table 6-42: G1470 / G2470 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-41)
Model
variant
setting *1
*1 If the electronic unit is exchanged during service work, it must be
programmed as follows: First set the country variant and model
variant,
then switch off the unit, repeat the accessing procedure and
set the machine
height. Then the on-site water hardness must be set.
*2 On models with software version ID no. 769, the “Resetting standard
function is at Pos.19.
settings”
*3 The SER variant includes the following countries: Portugal, France, Netherlands,
Belgium and Great Britain.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.4.2.2
G1470 / G2470 – Service Mode
Initial requirements
1. Open the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the program button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the program button when the decimal point is in the display.
4. Immediately press and release the program button 3 times and at the 3rd time
hold until the Rinse & Hold LED flashes.
5. Release the program button.
If the Rinse & Hold LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by a slow flashing Rinse &
Hold LED (1 Hz).
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-43.
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Function
Programming
Display
Pos. 0:
Do not press the Gel button. The
Software
Gel LED is off.
version ID
check
Pos. 1: Fault
Press the Gel button once. The Gel
memory display LED flashes once rapidly
and deletion
intermittently. Press the program
button. Press it again to display fault
codes that may have been saved.
To delete the fault memory, press
the program button again and hold
it until F and 0 are shown alternately
Pos.2:
Press the Gel button 2 times. The
Component
Gel LED flashes 2 times rapidly
test
intermittently. Press the program
button. Press it again to activate the
next component.
The display shows the software
version ID No., e.g. -769
The display shows F and a fault code
number alternately, see 6.7, Fault
code summary. If the fault memory is
empty, F and 0 are displayed
alternately.
The display shows F and 0 alternately.
The display shows which component
is being tested: For example if the
drain pump M8 is being tested, U and
3 are shown alternately. For the test
sequence and background information
about individual components and their
activation, see 6.4.2.3, Component
test.
The display shows = 0
Pos 3: Vacant When the decimal point in the
display has switched off after
approx. 6 sec., press the Gel button
3 times. The Gel LED flashes 3
times rapidly intermittently. Press
the program button.
Pos 4:
Press the Gel button 4 times. The The display shows the number of
Operating
Gel LED flashes 4 times rapidly
operating hours as follows: If the
hours check
intermittently.
machine has run for 74 hours, H, 7
and 4 are displayed alternately.
Pos. 5.1: LED Press the Gel button 5 times. The The display shows 6.1: All LEDs are
test
Gel LED flashes 5 times rapidly
lit.
intermittently. Press the program
button.
Pos. 5.2:
Press the Gel button 5 times. The This display shows 6.2: The buzzer is
Buzzer test
Gel LED flashes 5 times rapidly
activated.
intermittently. Press the program
button 2 times.
Pos. 6: Vacant Press the Gel button 6 times. The The display shows C0.
Gel LED flashes 6 times rapidly
intermittently. Press the program
button.
Table 6-43: G1470 / G2470 Service Mode Options
Quit (without saving)
Switch off the unit.
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6.4.2.3
G1470 / G2470 Component Test
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
U1. R1, Y2, M6,…, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. After
2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. At the
same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15 sec.
intervals. After a further 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for 300 sec.
and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
U2. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec.
U3. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
U4. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slideshutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired water quantity has been reached
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
U5. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U6. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
Warning!
The circulation pump must not run for more than 30 sec. without water.
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
U7. Vacant
U8. Vacant
U9. Vacant
U10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for 60 sec. The
pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
U11. Y38, Y2, Y5,…, reactivation sequence (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2
sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS valve is then activated until 250 ml has
been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve is then activated
for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet valve and the drain pump, which
begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are operated together for
60sec.
Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
U12. Vacant
U13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
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U14. M2, fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
U15. Vacant
U16. Vacant
U17. Vacant
6.5
Excella Series
6.5.1
Excella Series – G2630
6.5.1.1
G2630 Programming Mode
Initial requirements
1. Close the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Once the “Miele welcome” display appears release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 5 times and at the 5th
time hold until the programmable functions appear.
Note
If the Start LED does not switch off within approx. 10 sec., repeat the
accessing procedure.
5. Release the Start/Stop button
If the programmable functions do not appear in the LED display, repeat the
procedure.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by the
LED’s, which are all off and the setting options shown in the display.
Note
Positions 1 – 19 can also be selected via the Settings menu.
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Options
Refer to Tables: 6-44 through 6-48.
Function
Programming
Display
Use the cursor buttons as
This programmable function can
appropriate to select Reset,
be used to reset all parameters
Pos. 1: Reset
then press the OK button. Use
(both customer and service
the cursor buttons to make the
programming) to the standard
desired setting.
settings.
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select
The display shows the available
Pos. 2: Language
Language, then press the OK
options.
setting
button. Use the cursor buttons
to make the desired setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
Display options: 24 h Clock or 12
appropriate to select Time…,
Pos. 3: Time of
h Clock. After selection, the
then press the OK button. Use
display changes to the
day setting
the cursor buttons to make the
appropriate time indication.
desired setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the following
appropriate to select Tab type
options for the detergent type:
Pos. 4: Tab type
or Detergent type (from
Normal (powder detergent) 2 in
or detergent
software version ID no.984),
1, 3 in 1 or Liquid detergent
1)
setting
then press the OK button. Use
(from software version ID no.
the cursor buttons to make the
984).
desired setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the current
Pos. 5:
appropriate to select Rinse aid,
rinse aid dispensed quantity
Dispensed rinse
then press the OK button. Use
setting. Setting range: 0 ml – 6
aid quantity
the cursor buttons to make the
ml. Standard setting: 3 ml.
setting
desired setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the number of
Pos. 6: Interval
appropriate to select Check
wash programs between filter
between filter
filters, then press the OK
checks. Setting range: 30 – 60
checks setting
button. Use the cursor buttons
wash programs.
to make the desired setting.
Table 6-44: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-45)
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Function
Programming
Pos. 7: Sensor
wash program
modification
(from software
version ID no.
984)
Pos. 8: Main
menu
modification
Display
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the options On and
appropriate to select
Off. This function is used to adjust the
Adjust sensor wash, then
Sensor wash program parameters so it
press the OK button. Use
can be used to wash items with
the cursor buttons to make
stubborn stains even if the overall level
the desired setting.
of soiling is otherwise low.
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the program
appropriate to select
available. The order of the first three
Change main menu., then
can be modified. After fixing and
press the OK button. Use
confirming a new order, Rearranging is
the cursor buttons to mark
displayed.
the program that is to be
exchanged, then press the
OK button. Then use the
cursor buttons to select the
program that is to replace
the removed program.
Pos. 9: Saving
Use the cursor buttons as
This function is activated as standard.
extras
appropriate to select Save
This is indicated in the display by On. If
extras, then press the OK
the function is not desired, select Off.
button. Use the cursor
buttons to make the desired
setting.
Pos. 10:
Use the cursor buttons as
This function is deactivated as standard.
System lock
appropriate to select
This is indicated in the display by Off. If
activation
System lock, then press
the function is desired, select On.
the OK button. Use the
cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Pos. 11: In
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the setting options
operation lock
appropriate to select In
Permitted 6) and Not possible (On /
operation lock, then press Off from software version ID no. 984).
the OK button. Use the
cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Pos. 12:
Use the cursor buttons as
The options °C and °F are available.
Temperature
appropriate to select
setting
Temperature, then press
the OK button. Use the
cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Table 6-45: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-44) (Cont. on Table 6-46)
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Function
Pos. 13:
Buzzer
activation /
deactivation
and volume
setting
Pos. 14:
Audible
confirmation
signal
activation /
deactivation
Pos. 15:
Brightness
setting
Programming
Display
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Buzzer,
then press the OK button. Use
the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
The display shows the options Off,
Normal and Loud. The function is
activated as standard 5).
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Keypad
tone, then press the OK button.
Use the cursor buttons to make
the desired setting.
An audible confirmation signal when
a touchpad is pressed is active as
standard. This is indicated in the
display by On. If the function is not
desired, select Off
Use the cursor buttons as
The display brightness range has
appropriate to select
17 steps shown in bar form.
Brightness, then press the OK Standard setting: 8.
button. Use the cursor buttons
to make the desired setting.
Pos. 16:
Use the cursor buttons as
The display contrast range has 17
Contrast setting appropriate to select Contrast,
steps shown in bar form. Standard
then press the OK button. Use
setting: 8.
the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Pos. 17:
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the options On
Standby2)
appropriate to select Standby,
and Not in current program.
activation /
then press the OK button. Use
deactivation
the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Pos. 18:
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the options On
Memory
appropriate to select Memory,
(standard setting) and Off.
activation /
then press the OK button. Use
deactivation
the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
The display shows the options
Pos. 19: Dealer Use the cursor buttons as
demonstration
appropriate to Select Dealer,
Demo program, Demo in cont.
loop and Demo with sound.
mode
then press the OK button.
activation.
Confirm Demo program
activation with the OK button.
Use the cursor buttons to make
the desired setting and press
any button to start the program.
To interrupt a started demo
program, press any button and
then confirm by pressing the
OK button.
Table 6-46: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-45) (Cont. on Table 6-47)
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Programming
Display
Pos. 20:
Resetting
standard
settings
Function
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Factory
default, then press the OK button.
Use the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Pos. 21:
Wash/Final
rinse
temperature
modification
(from software
version ID no.
984).
Main wash
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select
Temperatures, then press the OK
button. Use the cursor buttons to
make the desired setting.
The display shows the option
Reset. If it is selected, all
parameters that can be
modified by the customer
(extras and settings) will be
reset to the standard settings.
The display shows the options
Main wash and Final rinse.
This increases the main wash
or final rinse temperature with a
running time extension.
Use the cursor buttons to select the
desired option.
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
Use the cursor buttons to select the
desired option.
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Water plus,
then press the OK button. Use the
cursor buttons to make the desired
setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Water
hardness, then press the OK
button. Use the cursor buttons to
make the desired setting.
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
Final rinse
Pos. 23: Water
quantity normal
/ increased
Pos. 24:
Automatic = sensor softener
Sensor
activated. Alternatively the onsoftener
site water hardness can be
activation /
directly selected. Setting range:
deactivation,
1°d to 70°d (°d = Degree of
water hardness
German hardness). See Table
manual setting
6-2.
Pos. 25:
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the options
Program
appropriate to select Shorten the
On and Off (standard setting).
running time
program, then press the OK
This offers a programreduction (from button. Use the cursor buttons to
dependent running time
software
make the desired setting.
reduction by reducing
version ID no.
temperatures and/or canceling
984)
holding times.
Pos. 26:
Use the cursor buttons as
The display shows the options
Second interim appropriate to select 2nd interim
On and Off (standard setting)
rinse, then press the OK button.
rinse selection
Use the cursor buttons to make the
(from software
desired setting.
version ID no.
984)
Table 6-47: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Cont. From Table 6-46) (Cont. on Table 6-48)
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Function
Programming
Pos. 27:
Machine height
setting3)
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Appliance
height, then press the OK button.
Use the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Country
version, then press the OK button.
Use the cursor buttons to make the
desired setting.
Use the cursor buttons as
appropriate to select Model type,
then press the OK button. Use the
cursor buttons to make the desired
setting.
Pos. 28:
Country variant
setting3)
Pos. 29: Model
variant setting
Display
The display shows the options
Normal (G 1xxx) and XXL
(G2xxx)
Setting options: EUR = Europe,
AUS = Australia, USA, JPN =
Japan, I/E = Italy/Spain, SER =
Southern Europe4)
On models with salt container in
the door (SIT) (G x7xx), this
3)
option must be set to 0. If the
dishwasher does not have a
salt container in the door (SIT),
1 must be selected.
Table 6-48: G2630 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-47)
1)
From software version ID no. 984, the display has been changed from Tab type
to Detergent type.
2)
The display is switched off after approx. 10 min. in order to save energy if,
during this period, no control has been activated.
3)
If the electronic unit is exchanged during service work, it must be programmed
as follows: First set the country variant and model variant, then switch off the
unit, repeat the accessing procedure and set the machine height.
4)
The SER variant includes the following countries: Portugal, France, Netherlands,
Belgium and Great Britain.
5)
When this option is active, an audible signal operates at the end of the program
(5 signals repeated after a short pause) and if a fault is registered (single
continuous signal).
6)
If Permitted is selected, locking during operation is possible. However, locking
can only be carried out after a program has been started, see the appropriate
operating instructions.
Save and quit
1. Press the OK button
2. Switch off the unit.
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6.5.1.2
G2630 – Service Mode
Initial requirements
1. Close the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the Start/Stop button.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Once the “Miele Welcome” display appears, release the Start/Stop button.
4. Immediately press and release the Start/Stop button 3 times and at the 3rd time
hold until the programmable functions appear in the display.
Note
If the Start LED does not switch off within approx. 10 sec., repeat the
accessing procedure.
5. Release the Start/ Stop button.
If the Start/Stop LED has not started to flash within approx. 4 sec., the accessing
procedure must be repeated.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by the LED’s, which are all off
and the service options shown in the display.
Use the cursor buttons as appropriate to scroll the display.
Options
Refer to Table: 6-49.
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Function
Software
version ID
check
Programming
Select ID no. with the OK
button.
Display
The display shows version ID
no. for the selection-display
module (BAE) *1 and controlpower module (SLT) *2
Fault memory Use the cursor buttons to select The display shows saved fault
display
Fault memory. To return to the messages. If several faults
main menu select Back, press have been registered, they will
the OK button.
be indicated one after the other.
For a fault code summary, see
6.7, Fault code summary.
Alternatively, No fault is
displayed.
Fault memory Select Fault memory. Select In addition to the fault
deletion
the option Delete fault
messages, the option Delete
memory? With the cursor
fault memory? Is displayed.
button, then press the OK
button.
Component
Use the cursor buttons to select The display shows the
test
Consumers. Individual
components and mini programs
components V01 – V017 can be that can be activated with wiring
selected via the cursor button. diagram abbreviations. They
To return to the main menu
can be selected via the cursor
scroll to Back then press the
button. After 2 sec. the
OK button.
appropriate test program starts,
see 6.5.1.3, Component test.
Operating
Scroll to Operating hours.
The display shows the number
hours check
Press the OK button. To return of operating hours.
to the main menu press the OK
button again.
LED test
Scroll to Operation. Press the All LED’s and the display light
OK button. Select the option
up.
B01: LED Test. To return to the
main menu, press the OK
button
Buzzer test
Select Operation. Select the
The buzzer is activated.
option B02: Buzzer Test. To
return to the main menu, Select
Back and press the OK button.
Table 6-49: G2630 Service Mode Options
*1 Selection-Display module
*2 Control-power module
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.5.1.3
G2630 Component Test
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
V01. R1, Y2, M6, …, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. After
2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. At the
same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15 sec.
intervals. After a further 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for 300 sec.
and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
V02. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec.
V03. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
V04. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
V05. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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V06. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
Warning!
The circulation pump must not run for more than 30 sec. without water.
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
V07. M24, M6, slide shutter at middle spray arm setting with circulation pump:
The slide shutter is activated and set to the top/bottom spray arm setting. The
circulation pump is then operated for 30 sec. at the maximum speed for
controlled operation.
V08. M24, M6 The slide shutter at top/bottom spray arm with pump
The slide shutter and set to top/bottom spray arm setting. The circulation pump
is then activated for 30 sec. at the maximum speed for controlled operation.
V09. M24, The slide shutter:
The slide shutter is activated for 60 sec.
V10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for
60 sec. The pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
V11. Y38, Y2, Y5, …, reactivation sequence (mini program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS (electronically controlled water
softener) valve is then activated until 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has
elapsed. The SIT brine valve Y60 is then
activated for 150 sec. The
reactivation valve is then activated for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet
valve and the drain pump, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec.
off), are operated together for 60 sec.
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Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
Warning!
If the reactivation mini program has been started, it must not be cancelled
prematurely. If it is interrupted, there is a risk that brine will overflow out
of the SIT, salt container in door, into the machine cabinet.
V12. Y60, Brine valve (salt container in door (SIT) valve):
The brine valve is activated for 60 sec.
V13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
V14. M2, fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
V15. B3/9, M6, circulation pump with Speed sensor
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated for 30 sec. at
maximum speed. If the desired speed has not been reached within 7 sec., the
circulation pump remains station
V16. 4N1, M6, wash sequence with middle spray arm sensor (miniprogram):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. Concurrently with water inlet valve
activation, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. The
circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. If a spray
arm fault is registered during circulation pump operation, the pump is switched
off after 60 sec., otherwise if operates for an additional 120 sec.
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V17. 5N1, M6, wash sequence with bottom spray arm sensor (mini program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming
(2 sec. on / 2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on
models with and without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same
time the water inlet valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle
spray arm position. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then
operated. After 2 sec. the slide shutter is set to the top/bottom spray arm
position. If a spray arm fault is registered during circulation pump operation, the
pump is switched off after 60 sec., otherwise it operates for a further 120 sec.
6.5.2
Excella Series – G2670
6.5.2.1
G2670 Programming Mode
Initial requirements
1. Open the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the C (Clear) Button
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the C (Clear) button.
4. When display lights up, immediately press and release the C (Clear) button 5
times and at the 5 time hold for 4 seconds.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by LEDs,
which are all off and the indication Service Programming shown in the right display
The display shows two parameters at the same time.
Use the cursor button to scroll the display.
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-50 through 6-52.
Note
Some of the following parameters can also be programmed via the
Settings menu.
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Function
Reset
Language
setting
Programming
Display
Select Reset. To reset all parameters
to the standard setting, press the OK
button. Press the back button to
return to the main menu.
Select Language. Make the desired
selection and confirm with the OK
button.
The display shows Reset factory
default settings?
Time of day
setting
Select Time of day, then one of the
sub-menus and confirm with the OK
button.
Format Select the desired options and
confirm with the OK button.
Set
Set the time (first hours and then
Manually minutes) with the + and – buttons and
confirm with OK button.
Tab type or
Select Tab type or Detergent type
detergent
(from software version ID no. 984).
setting *3
Make the desired selection and
confirm with the OK button.
Dispensed
Select Rinse aid. Make the desired
rinse aid
setting with the + and – buttons and
quantity setting confirm with the OK button.
Interval
Select Check filters. Make the
between filter desired selection and confirm with the
checks setting OK button.
Sensor wash Select Adjust sensor wash. Make
program
the desired selection and confirm with
modification
the OK button.
(from software
version ID no.
984)
Reorganize
Program
The display shows the available
options. A language must be
selected to return to the main
menu.
The display shows the sub-menus
Format and Set manually.
Display options: 24 h Clock or 12
h Clock.
Entry prompts are given
The display shows the following
options for the detergent type:
Normal (power detergent) 2 in 1,
3 in 1 or Liquid detergent (from
software version ID no. 984).
The display shows the current
rinse aid dispensed quantity
setting. Setting range: 0 ml – 6
ml. Standard setting: 3 ml.
The display shows the number of
wash programs between filter
checks. Setting range: 30 – 60
wash programs.
The display shows the options on
and off (standard setting). This
function is used to adjust the
Sensor wash program parameters
so it can be used to wash items
with stubborn stains even if the
overall level of soiling is otherwise
low.
The display shows the programs
available. The order of the first
two can be modified. After fixing
and confirming a new order, the
list is shown again.
Select Reorganize Program. Select
the desired program for position 1.
Press the Continue button. Proceed
similarly for position 2. After
completing the desired changes,
confirm the selection with the
Finished button and return to the
main menu.
Saving Options Select Save Options. Make the
This function is activated as
desired selection and confirm with the standard. This is indicated in the
OK button.
display by On. If the function is
not desired, select Off.
Table 6-50: G2670 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-51)
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Function
Programming
Temperature
setting
Display
Select Temperature. Make the The options °C and °F are available
desired selection and confirm
with the OK button.
Buzzer
Select Buzzer. Make the
The display shows the options Off,
activation /
desired selection and confirm Normal and Loud
deactivation and with the OK button.
volume setting
Audible
Select Keypad tone. Make the An audible confirmation signal when a
confirmation
desired selection and confirm button is pressed is active as standard.
signal activation with the OK button
This is indicated in the display by On. If
/ deactivation
the function is not desired, select Off
Brightness
Select Brightness. Press the The display brightness range has 17
setting
Dimmer or Brighter buttons as steps shown in bar form. Standard
appropriate to make the
setting: 8.
desired selection and confirm
with the OK button
Memory
Select Memory. Make the
The display shows the options On
activation /
desired selection and confirm (standard setting) and Off. The
deactivation
with the OK button.
memory function can be used to save
the most recently selected program.
Dealer
Select Dealer. Make the
The display shows the options Demo
demonstration desired selection and confirm program, Demo in cont. loop and
mode activation. with the OK button.
Demo with sound. In addition the
option Off is available to deactivate the
mode.
Factory Default Select Factory default. If all
The display shows Reset factory
parameters that can be
default settings?
modified by the customer
(extras and settings) should be
reset to the standard settings,
press the OK button.
Wash/Final rinse Select Temperatures then
The display shows the options Main
temperature
select the desired sub-menu. wash and Final rinse. This increases
modification
the main wash or final rinse
(from software
temperature with a running time
version ID no.
extension.
984).
Main wash Make the desired selection and The display shows the options Normal
confirm with the OK button
and Increased
Final rinse Make the desired selection and The display shows the options Normal
confirm with the OK button
and Increased
Table 6-51: G2670 Program Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-50) (Cont. on Table 6-52)
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Function
Programming
Water-Plus quantity Select Water plus. Make the
normal / increased desired selection and confirm
with the OK button
Sensor softener
Select Water hardness. Make
activation /
the desired selection and
deactivation, water confirm with the OK button
hardness manual
setting
Program running
Select Shorten the program.
time reduction
Make the desired selection and
(from software
confirm with the OK button.
version ID no. -984)
Display
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
Automatic = sensor softener
activated. Alternatively the on-site
water hardness can be directly
selected. Setting range: 1°d to 70°d
(°d = Degree of German hardness).
The display shows the options On
and Off (standard setting). This
offers a program dependent running
time reduction by reducing
temperatures and/or canceling
holding times.
Select 2nd interim rinse. Make The display shows the options On
the desired selection and
and Off (standard setting)
confirm with the OK button
Second interim
rinse selection
(from software
version ID no. 984)
Machine height
Select Appliance height. Make The display shows the options
setting *1
the desired selection and
Normal (G 1xxx) and XXL (G2xxx)
confirm with the OK button
Country variant
Select Country version. Make Setting options: EUR = Europe,
setting *1
the desired selection and
AUS = Australia, USA, JPN =
confirm with the OK button
Japan, I/E = Italy/Spain, SER =
Southern Europe *2
Model variant
Select Model type. Make the On models with salt container in the
setting *1
desired selection and confirm door (SIT) (e.g. G1870, G2870) this
with the OK button
option must be set to VI7. If the
dishwasher does not have a salt
container in the door (SIT), VI5
must be selected.
Table 6-52: G2670 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-51)
*1 If the electronic unit is exchanged during service work, it must be programmed as
follows: First set the country variant and model variant, then switch off the unit,
repeat the accessing procedure and set the machine height.
*2 The SER variant includes the following countries: Portugal, France, Netherlands,
Belgium and Great Britain.
*3 From software version ID no. 984 the display Tab type has been superseded by
Detergent type.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.5.2.2
G2670 – Service Mode
Initial requirements
1. Open the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
Press and hold the C (Clear) button or touchpad.
Switch on the machine.
Release the C (Clear) button or touchpad.
Immediately press and release the C (Clear) button or touchpad 3 times, at the 3rd
time hold for at least 4 seconds.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by the LEDs, which are all off
and the indication Service program shown in the right of the display.
The display shows two parameters at the same time.
Use the cursor buttons as appropriate to scroll the display.
Options
Refer to Table: 6-53.
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Function
Programming
ID no. check
Display
Select ID Number. To return to The display shows version ID
the main menu, press the OK no. for the selection-display
button or touchpad.
module (BAE) *1 and controlpower module (SLT) *2
Fault memory Select Fault memory. To return The display shows saved fault
display
to the main menu, press the OK messages. If several faults
button or touchpad.
have been registered, they will
be indicated one after the other.
For a fault code summary, see
6.7, Fault code summary.
Alternatively, No fault is
displayed.
Fault memory Select Fault memory. To return The display shows saved fault
deletion
to the main menu, press the OK messages. If several faults
button or touchpad.
have been registered, they will
be indicated one after the other.
For a fault code summary, see
6.7, Fault code summary.
Alternatively, No fault is
displayed.
Component
Select component. Individual
The display shows the
test
components V01 – V17 can be components and mini programs
selected via the cursor
that can be activated with wiring
touchpad. To return to the main diagram abbreviations. They
menu, press the C (Clear)
can be selected via the cursor
button or touchpad.
touchpad. After 2 sec. the
appropriate test program starts,
see 6.5.2.3, Component test.
Operating
Select Operating hours. To
The display shows the number
hours check
return to the main menu, press of operating hours
the OK touchpad.
Operation: LED Select Operation. Select the
All LEDs and the display light
test
option B01: LED test. To return up
to the main menu, press the C
(Clear) button or touchpad.
Operation:
Select Operation. Select the
The buzzer is activated
Buzzer test
option B02: Buzzer test. To
return to the main menu, press
the C (Clear) button or
touchpad.
Table 6-53: G2670 Service Mode Options
*1 Selection-display module
*2 Control-power module
Quit (without saving)
Switch off the unit.
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6.5.2.3
G2670 Component Test
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
V01.
R1, Y2, M6, …, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on
/ 2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models
with and
without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water
inlet valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm
position. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled
water softener) valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has
been reached. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then
operated. At the same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting
alternating at 15 sec. intervals. After a further 60 sec., the heating relay is
switched on for 300 sec. and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program
ends with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2
sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
V02.
1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec.
V03.
M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
V04.
Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
V05.
Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
V06.
M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
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The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
Warning!
The circulation pump must not run for more than 30 sec. without water.
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
V07.
M24, M6, slide shutter at middle spray arm setting with circulation pump:
The slide shutter is activated and set to the top/bottom spray arm setting. The
circulation pump is then operated for 30 sec. at the maximum speed for
controlled operation.
V08.
M24, M6 The slide shutter at top/bottom spray arm with pump
The slide shutter and set to top/bottom spray arm setting. The circulation
pump is then activated for 30 sec. at the maximum speed for controlled
operation.
V09.
M24, The slide shutter:
The slide shutter is activated for 60 sec.
V10.
Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for
60 sec. The pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10
sec. off.
V11.
Y38, Y2, Y5, …, reactivation sequence (mini program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on
/ 2 sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS (electronically controlled water
softener) valve is then activated until 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has
elapsed. The SIT brine valve Y60 is then activated for 150 sec. The
reactivation valve is then activated for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet
valve and the drain pump, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2
sec. off), are operated together for 60 sec.
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Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test
operates as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec.
and is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are
switched off when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The
reactivation valve Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water
inlet valve and the drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec.
on/2 sec. off), are operated together for 60 sec.
Warning!
If the reactivation mini program has been started, it must not be cancelled
prematurely. If it is interrupted, there is a risk that brine will overflow out
of the SIT, salt container in door, into the machine cabinet.
V12.
Y60, Brine valve (salt container in door (SIT) valve):
The brine valve is activated for 60 sec.
V13.
Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
V14.
M2, fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
V15. B3/9, M6, circulation pump with Speed sensor
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated for 30 sec.
at maximum speed. If the desired speed has not been reached within 7 sec.,
the circulation pump remains station
V16.
4N1, M6, wash sequence with middle spray arm sensor (miniprogram):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on
/ 2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and
without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. Concurrently with water
inlet valve activation, the slide shutter is set to
the middle spray arm
position. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then
operated. If a spray arm fault is registered during circulation pump operation,
the pump is switched off after 60 sec., otherwise if operates for an additional
120 sec.
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V17.
5N1, M6, wash sequence with bottom spray arm sensor (mini program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on
/ 2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and
without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water
inlet valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm
position. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then
operated. After 2 sec. the slide shutter is set to the top/bottom spray arm
position. If a spray arm fault is registered during circulation pump operation,
the pump is switched off after 60
sec., otherwise it operates for a further
120 sec.
6.6
LaPerla - G2830
6.6.1
G2830 - Program Mode
Initial requirements
1. Close the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
Press and hold the C (Clear) touchpad.
Switch on the machine.
Release the C (Clear) touchpad.
Immediately press and release the C (Clear) touchpad 5 times and at the 5th time
hold for 4 seconds.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service Dept. programming mode is indicated by the
LEDs, which are all off and the indication Service programming shown in the right
display.
The display shows two parameters at the same time.
Use the cursor button to scroll the display.
Options
Refer to Tables: 6-54 through 6-56.
Note
Some of the following parameters can also be programmed via the
Settings menu.
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Function
Programming
Reset
Select Reset. To reset all
parameters to the standard setting,
press the OK touchpad. Press the
back button to return to the main
menu.
Language setting Select Language. Make the desired
selection and confirm with the OK
touchpad.
Display
The display shows Reset
factory default settings?
The display shows the
available options. A language
must be selected to return to
the main menu.
Time of day
Select Time of day, then one of the The display shows the subsetting
sub-menus and confirm with the OK menus Format and Set
touchpad
manually.
Format
Select the desired option and
Display options: 24 h Clock or
confirm with the OK touchpad.
12 h Clock.
Set Manually
Set the time (first hours and then
Entry prompts are given
minutes) with the + and – buttons
and confirm with the OK touchpad.
Alternatively, to go back one level,
press the C (Clear) touchpad.
Tab type or
Select Tab type or Detergent type The display shows the
detergent setting (from software version ID no. 984). following options for the
Make the desired selection and
detergent type: Normal (power
confirm with the OK touchpad.
detergent) 2 in 1, 3 in 1 or
Liquid detergent (from software
version ID no. 984) *4.
Dispensed rinse Select Rinse aid. Make the desired The display shows the current
aid quantity
setting with the + and – buttons and rinse aid dispensed quantity
setting
confirm with the OK touchpad.
setting. Setting range: 0 ml – 6
ml. Standard setting: 3 ml.
Interval between Select Check filters. Make the
The display shows the number
filter checks
desired selection and confirm with of wash programs between
setting
the OK touchpad.
filter checks. Setting range: 30
– 60 wash programs.
Sensor wash
Select Adjust sensor wash. Make
The display shows the options
program
the desired selection and confirm
on and off (standard setting).
modification (from with the OK touchpad.
This function is used to adjust
software version
the Sensor wash program
ID no. 984)
parameters so it can be used to
wash items with stubborn
stains even if the overall level
of soiling is otherwise low.
Main menu
Select Change main menu. Select The display shows the
modification
the desired program for position 1. programs available. The order
Press the Continue touchpad.
of the first two can be modified.
Proceed similarly for position 2. After After fixing and confirming a
completing the desired changes,
new order, the list is shown
confirm the selection with the
again.
Finished touchpad and return to the
main menu.
Table 6-54: G2830 Programming Mode Options (Continued on Table 6-55).
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Function
Programming
Saving extras
Display
Select Save extras. Make the desired This function is activated as
selection and confirm with the OK
standard. This is indicated in
touchpad.
the display by On. If the
function is not desired, select
Off.
System lock
Select System lock. Make the desired This function is deactivated
activation
selection and confirm with the OK
as standard. This is indicated
touchpad.
in the display by Off. If the
function is desired, select On.
In operation lock Select In operation lock. Make the
The display shows the setting
desired selection and confirm with the options Permitted *1 and Not
OK touchpad.
possible
Temperature
Select Temperature. Make the
The options °C and °F are
setting
desired selection and confirm with the available
OK touchpad.
Buzzer activation Select Buzzer. Make the desired
The display shows the
/ deactivation and selection and confirm with the OK
options Off, Normal and Loud
volume setting
touchpad.
Audible
Select Keypad tone. Make the desired An audible confirmation signal
confirmation
selection and confirm with the OK
when a touchpad is pressed
signal activation / touchpad.
is active as standard. This is
deactivation
indicated in the display by On.
If the function is not desired,
select Off
Brightness setting Select Brightness. Press the Dimmer The display brightness range
or Brighter buttons as appropriate to has 17 steps shown in bar
make the desired selection and
form. Standard setting: 8.
confirm with the OK touchpad.
Contrast setting Select Contrast. Make the desired
The display contrast range
selection and confirm with the OK
has 17 steps shown in bar
touchpad.
form. Standard setting: 8.
Standby
Select Standby. Make the desired
The display shows the
activation /
selection and confirm with the OK
options On and Not in current
deactivation
touchpad. The display is switched off program.
after approx. 10 min. if no activity is
noted. Press any touchpad to
reactivate the display.
Memory
Select Memory. Make the desired
The display shows the
activation /
selection and confirm with the OK
options On (standard setting)
deactivation
touchpad.
and Off. The memory function
can be used to save the most
recently selected program.
Dealer
Select Dealer. Make the desired
The display shows the
demonstration
selection and confirm with the OK
options Demo program,
mode activation. touchpad.
Demo in cont. loop and Demo
with sound. In addition the
option Off is available to
deactivate the mode.
Table 6-55: G2830 Programming Mode Options (Cont. from Table 6-54) (Cont. on Table 6-56)
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Function
Programming
Resetting
Select Factory default. If all
standard settings parameters that can be
modified by the customer
(extras and settings) should be
reset to the standard settings,
press the OK touchpad.
Otherwise, press the Back
touchpad to go back one level.
Wash/Final rinse Select Temperatures then
temperature
select the desired sub-menu.
modification (from
software version
ID no. 984).
Main
Make the desired selection and
wash
confirm with the OK touchpad
Final
Make the desired selection and
rinse
confirm with the OK touchpad
Water quantity
Select Water plus. Make the
normal /
desired selection and confirm
increased
with the OK touchpad
Sensor softener Select Water hardness. Make
activation /
the desired selection and
deactivation,
confirm with the OK touchpad
water hardness
manual setting
Display
The display shows Reset factory
default settings?
The display shows the options Main
wash and Final rinse. This
increases the main wash or final
rinse temperature with a running
time extension.
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
The display shows the options
Normal and Increased
Automatic = sensor softener
activated. Alternatively the on-site
water hardness can be directly
selected. Setting range: 1°d to 70°d
(°d = Degree of German hardness).
See Table 6.2.
Program running Select Shorten the program.
The display shows the options On
time reduction
Make the desired selection and and Off (standard setting). This
(from software
confirm with the OK touchpad. offers a program-dependent running
version ID no.
time reduction by reducing
984)
temperatures and/or canceling
holding times.
Second interim Select 2nd interim rinse. Make The display shows the options On
rinse selection
the desired selection and
and Off (standard setting)
(from software
confirm with the OK touchpad.
version ID no.
984)
Machine height Select Appliance height. Make The display shows the options
setting *2
the desired selection and
Normal (G 1xxx) and XXL (G2xxx)
confirm with the OK touchpad.
Country variant Select Country version. Make Setting options: EUR = Europe,
setting *2
the desired selection and
AUS = Australia, USA, JPN =
confirm with the OK touchpad. Japan, I/E = Italy/Spain, SER =
Southern Europe *3
Table 6-56: G2830 Programming Mode Options (Continued from Table 6-55).
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*1 If Permitted is selected, locking during operation is possible. However, locking
can only be carried out after a program has been started, see the appropriate
operating instructions.
*2 If the electronic unit is replaced during service work, it must be programmed as
follows: First set the country variant and model variant, then switch off the unit,
repeat the accessing procedure and set the machine height.
*3 The SER variant includes the following countries: Portugal, France, Netherlands,
Belgium and Great Britain.
*4 From software version ID no. 984 the display Tab type has been superseded by
Detergent type.
Save and quit
Switch off the unit.
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6.6.2
G2830 – Service Mode
Initial requirements
1. Close the door.
2. Switch off the machine.
Accessing
1. Press and hold the C (Clear) button or touchpad.
2. Switch on the machine.
3. Release the C (Clear) button or touchpad.
4. Immediately press and release the C (Clear) button or touchpad 3 times, at the
3rd time hold for at least 4 seconds.
Acknowledgement Indicator
Successful accessing of the Service mode is indicated by the LEDs, which are all off
and the indication Service program shown in the right of the display.
The display shows two parameters at the same time.
Use the cursor buttons as appropriate to scroll the display.
Options
Refer to Table: 6-57
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Function
Programming
ID no. check
Display
Select ID Number. To return to The display shows version ID
the main menu, press the OK no. for the selection-display
touchpad.
module (BAE) *1 and controlpower module (SLT) *2
Fault memory Select Fault memory. To return The display shows saved fault
display
to the main menu, press the OK messages. If several faults
touchpad.
have been registered, they will
be indicated one after the other.
For a fault code summary, see
6.7, Fault code summary.
Alternatively, No fault is
displayed.
Fault memory Select Fault memory. Select the In addition to the fault
deletion
option Delete fault memory?
messages, the option Delete
With the cursor touchpad, then fault memory? Is displayed.
press the OK touchpad.
Component
Select component. Individual
The display shows the
test
components V01 – V17 can be components and mini programs
selected via the cursor
that can be activated with wiring
touchpad. To return to the main diagram abbreviations. They
menu, press the C (Clear)
can be selected via the cursor
touchpad.
touchpad. After 2 sec. the
appropriate test program starts,
see 6.6.3, Component test.
Operating
Select Operating hours. To
The display shows the number
hours check
return to the main menu, press of operating hours
the OK touchpad.
Operation: LED Select Operation. Select the
All LEDs and the display light
test
option B01: LED test. To return up
to the main menu, press the C
(Clear) button or touchpad.
Operation:
Select Operation. Select the
The buzzer is activated
Buzzer test
option B02: Buzzer test. To
return to the main menu, press
the C (Clear) button or
touchpad.
Table 6-57: G2830 Service Mode Options
*1 Selection-display module
*2 Control-power module
Quit (without saving)
Switch off the unit.
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6.6.3
G2830 Component Test
After selecting the service mode and successfully accessing the component test
program, individual electrical components can be activated via the program button
(Start/Stop for Integrated models). During this procedure, certain components can
only be activated via special mini-programs.
Test sequence and background information:
V01. R1, Y2, M6, …, wash sequence with heating (mini-program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models with and without
slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same time the water inlet
valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. After
2.7 l has been registered, the EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve is also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. At the
same time the slide shutter is activated with its setting alternating at 15 sec.
intervals. After a further 60 sec., the heating relay is switched on for 300 sec.
and the water is heated to 122°F. The mini-program ends with 30 sec.
drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec. off).
Note
The mini-program does not include any fault testing function.
V02. 1K1, heating relay:
The heating relay is activated for 60 sec.
V03. M8, drain pump:
The drain pump is activated for 60 sec.
V04. Y2, Y5, water inlet valves with EGS (electronically controlled water softener)
valve (mini-program):
The water inlet valve is activated (on models with and without slide shutter)
until 5.4 l has been taken in. After 2.7 l has been registered, the EGS valve is
also opened until the total desired intake quantity has been reached.
Warning!
If the flow meter is defective, the EGS valve is not activated.
V05. Y5, EGS valve:
The EGS valve is activated for 60 sec.
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V06. M6, circulation pump switched winding relay:
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated. With a
controlled circulation pump, the activation is at the maximum speed for
controlled operation. The circulation pump is activated for 30 sec., but the
auxiliary winding relay is only activated during the first 15 sec.
Warning!
The circulation pump must not run for more than 30 sec. without water.
Note
During the period when the auxiliary winding relay is activated, a higher
circulation pump current of approx. 0.9 A flows. Afterwards the current is
approx. 0.16 A.
V07. M24, M6, slide shutter at middle spray arm setting with circulation pump:
The slide shutter is activated and set to the top/bottom spray arm setting. The
circulation pump is then operated for 30 sec. at the maximum speed for
controlled operation.
V08. M24, M6 The slide shutter at top/bottom spray arm with pump
The slide shutter and set to top/bottom spray arm setting. The circulation pump
is then activated for 30 sec. at the maximum speed for controlled operation.
V09. M24, The slide shutter:
The slide shutter is activated for 60 sec.
V10. Y50, combination dispenser:
The combination dispenser is activated with pulsed operation for
60 sec. The pulse rhythm throughout the test period is 10 sec. on / 10 sec. off.
V11. Y38, Y2, Y5, …, reactivation sequence (mini program):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve with EGS (electronically controlled water
softener) valve is then activated until 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has
elapsed. The SIT brine valve Y60 is then activated for 150 sec. The
reactivation valve is then activated for 120 sec. Following this the water inlet
valve and the drain pump, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on / 2 sec.
off), are operated together for 60 sec.
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Starting with software version ID 984 the reactivation component test operates
as follows:
At the start of the mini-program the drain pump M8, water inlet valve Y2 and
EGS valve Y5 are activated at the same time. M8 pumps water for 30 sec. and
is primed with pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off). Y2 and Y5 are switched off
when 250 ml has been reached or 60 sec. has elapsed. The reactivation valve
Y38 is then activated for 150 sec. following this, the water inlet valve and the
drain pump, which begins without pulsed priming (2 sec. on/2 sec. off), are
operated together for 60 sec.
Warning!
If the reactivation mini program has been started, it must not be cancelled
prematurely. If it is interrupted, there is a risk that brine will overflow out
of the SIT, salt container in door, into the machine cabinet.
V12. Y60, Brine valve (salt container in door (SIT) valve):
The brine valve is activated for 60 sec.
V13. Y38, reactivation valve:
The reactivation valve is activated for 60 sec.
V14. M2, fan:
The fan is activated for 60 sec.
V15. B3/9, M6, circulation pump with Speed sensor
The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is activated for 30 sec. at
maximum speed. If the desired speed has not been reached within 7 sec., the
circulation pump remains station
V16. 4N1, M6, wash sequence with middle spray arm sensor (miniprogram):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming (2 sec. on /
2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on models
with and
without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. Concurrently with water inlet
valve activation, the slide shutter is set to the middle spray arm position. The
circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then operated. If a spray
arm fault is registered during circulation pump operation, the pump is switched
off after 60 sec., otherwise if operates for an additional 120 sec.
V17. 5N1, M6, wash sequence with bottom spray arm sensor
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(miniprogram):
This starts with 30 sec. drainage, which begins with pulsed priming
(2 sec. on / 2 sec. off). The water inlet valve is then activated (on
models with and without slide shutter) until 5.4 l has been taken in. At the same
time the water inlet valve is activated, the slide shutter is set to the middle
spray arm position. The circulation pump with switched auxiliary winding is then
operated. After 2 sec. the slide shutter is set to the top/bottom spray arm
position. If a spray arm fault is registered during circulation pump operation, the
pump is switched off after 60 sec., otherwise it operates for a further 120 sec.
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6.7
Fault Code Summary
Important
Not all fault codes apply to all model numbers
Faulty Code
Summary
F00
No faults
F01
Water/Heating NTC temperature sensor or leads short-circuited
F02
Water/Heating NTC temperature sensor or leads open-circuited
F11
Drainage fault
F12
Water intake fault at start of step
F13
Water intake fault at end of step
F14
Water intake fault: Heater pressure switch
F15
Water intake fault: Hot water
F18
Flow meter stationary state monitor
F19
Flow meter stiff and not turning freely
F24
Heating relay contact
F25
Desired temperature fault
F26
Boiling protection
F40
Electronic unit fault
F42
F47
F51
Mains frequency registration fault
Interface fault (BAE) and (SLT)
Heater pressure switch
F52
Heater pressure switch has reset during heating
F53
Speed sensor fault
F63
Slide shutter fault
F67
Circulation pump speed too low
F68
Circulation pump operation after switch-off
F69
Circulation pump blocked
F70
Float switch fault
F84
F85
F86
Slide shutter positioning fault
Slide shutter signal change fault
Salt container lid contact fault
F87
Sensor softener fault
F88
Turbidity sensor fault
F91
Load size registration inactive
Table 6-58: Fault Code Summary
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6.8
Fault Repair Summary
6.8.1
No Power - Main Switch Is On
1. Check for 120 VAC from wall outlet. If hard wired check for voltage at terminal
X3/1. If no voltage is present, check:
a. Circuit Breaker Panel or “Fuse Box.
b. If hard wired check for proper connection at terminal X3/1
2. Check for power to the electronic unit.
a. If power is present, go to step 3.
b. If no power is present, check wire continuity between electronic
board and terminal X3/1.
3. Check main switch S2.
a. If switch is inoperative, replace switch. For units where the switch
is part of the electronic board. Replace the electronic board.
4. Check the door contact switch S24.
a. If the door contact switch has power, replace the electronic board.
6.8.2
Display shows “Close Salt Reservoir Cap”
Fault code F86 is logged in fault memory
The reed switch is open. The display shows Close salt reservoir cap.
1. Insure the salt container lid on inside door is closed.
2. Check to see if the magnet is missing off of lid. Replace container lid if
magnet is missing.
3. Check reed switch and connections. Replace reed switch if necessary.
6.8.3
Drain Pump Switches On and Off at Short Intervals
The drain pump operates with 1 sec. on and 4 sec. off
a. Electronic unit fault, replace the electronic unit.
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6.8.4
Inlet / Drain LED Flashes and Lights up Alternately
(Fully Integrated)
On-site water supply valve closed.
a. Open water supply valve.
1. Check Filter in WPS (WaterProof System) for blockage.
a. Disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply.
b. Close the water supply valve.
c. Unscrew the WaterProof System from the water supply valve.
d. Remover the washer from the threaded union.
e. Remove the filter with needle nose pliers.
f. Clean or exchange the filter as necessary.
6.8.5
Dishwasher Program Can Be Selected But Not Started
After switch-on, display is normal and LEDs light up/flash as usual. When a
dishwashing program is selected, it cannot be started.
1. Incorrect positioning of adjustable door lock latch.
a. Adjust the locking plate (5.2.9).
2. Door seal incorrectly seated.
a. Check the door seating and adjust as necessary (5.3.1).
6.8.6
Dishwashing program interrupted, no fault indication
Selected dishwashing program interrupted suddenly because door contact switch is
no longer closed, No fault is displayed and no fault is registered in the fault code
memory.
1. Incorrect positioning of adjustable door lock latch.
a. Adjust the locking plate (5.2.9).
2. Door seal incorrectly seated.
a. Check the door seating and adjust as necessary (5.3.1).
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6.8.7
Door does not close correctly
1. Incorrectly fitted Stopper at end of Top Basket Guide.
a. Remove the Stopper and fit it correctly.
2. Door Seal incorrectly fitted and protrudes forward.
a. Remove the Door Seal and fit it correctly (5.3.1).
3. Damaged Door Hinges
a. Inspect and replace Hinges as necessary (5.2.5).
4. Locking latch is in the wrong position (Integrated models)
a. Press door lock release.
5. Locking bolt is in the wrong position (Fully Integrated models)
a. Activate the door lock emergency release (5.2.13).
6.8.8
Condensation forms on adjacent cabinets
During the drying cycle, condensation may form on the cabinets to the left and right
of the dishwasher.
1. Extraneous air is sucked in the area of the condenser.
a. Remove right side panel (5.1.1).
b. Seal the opening behind the rib of the condenser with silicone
sealer (for example Thermostat) see Fig. 6-1.
2. Modify the dishwasher with conversion kit “Vapors VI”
Note
In dishwashers starting with production number 33/65009505 the opening
at the condenser pocket is already closed.
Figure 6-1: Condenser pocket
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6.8.9
Noises during drying cycle
After the fan is switched on, there may be noises during the drying cycle.
1. Fan impeller not firmly mounted.
a. Replace the fan (5.3.7).
6.8.10
Foreign object in drain system
The drain pump or the non-return valve is blocked by a foreign object.
1. Insure the ring to the filter trap is properly fitted with the microfine filter
housing, Mat No. 5672961 (refer to Fig. 6-2)
Figure 6-2: Microfine filter trap.
Note
Once the ring is fitted, cleaning the filter has to be done in shorter
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Note
For remedies to clear blockage see Fault code F11 “Drainage fault”,
6.8.13.
6.8.11
Poor Drying Results
1. Incorrect Dispenser setting.
a. Adjust setting as necessary.
2. Rinse Aid Dispenser Flap not properly closed. The Rinse Aid Container filed
with water during program operation.
a. Flush the Dispenser, refill with new Rinse Aid.
b. Replace Dispenser Assembly as necessary (5.2.6).
3. Rinse Aid not being dispensed/released.
a. Ensure Dispenser is operating. Replace Combination Dispenser
as necessary.
4. Combination products are being used, and the function “2in1” or “3in1” is
selected. After a time, the drying results become poor. All rinse aid remnants
were flushed from the dispensing unit (for background information refer to the
section “intelligent tab function”). Thus only the rinse aid components of the
combination product are available for the drying cycle.
a. Check the fill level of the rinse aid in the dispensing unit.
b. Refill with standard rinse aid.
6.8.12
No Drying Or Drying Too Slow
1. Fan run-on time too short. (If applicable)
a. Extend the Fan run on time. See applicable programming mode.
2. Fan not functioning
a. Check circuit, perform service as necessary.
3. No Heat, Fault Code F01, F02, F25, or F52. After this fault is registered, the
heating will not be activated, no rinse aid is dispensed. May also note that dishes
are still dirty.
a. NTC temperature sensor R30 or its connection leads shortcircuited (F01).
b. Check the plug connections
c. Check the temperature sensor and its leads for continuity. At 68°F (20°C) the
temperature sensor resistance should be approx. 14.9Ω (±600Ω) and at 77°F
(25°C) approx. 12Ω (±600Ω) (guide figures only).
d. Replace the NTC Temperature sensor if necessary (5.4.19).
4. Water/Heating NTC temperature sensor or leads open-circuited (F02).
a. Check plug connections
b. Check the temperature sensor and its leads for continuity.
c. Replace the NTC temperature sensor if necessary (5.4.19).
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5. Heating element defective (F25).
a. Replace the heating element
6. Heating relay defective (F25).
a. Check the heating relay solenoid voltage (12 VDC) from the
electronic unit.
b. If no voltage is present, replace the electronic unit.
c. Check the heating relay solenoid. Replace if necessary.
7. Excess quantity of detergent or rinse aid dispensed. Excess foam has
developed (F25).
a. Check the dispensed quantities of detergent and rinse aid. Follow
the information given in the operating instructions.
8. Heater pressure switch has reset during heating (F52). The program continues
from the wash block in which the fault is registered without
the heating being
activated. The fault will only be indicated in the display or via LEDs at the end of
the program. The buzzer is then activated for 2 min.
The switching of the Heater pressure switch during the wash cycle may cause this
fault to occur. The causes and remedies are as follows:
a. Check for excess quantity of detergent or rinse aid dispensed.
Excess foam can cause a drop in water flow pressure, directly
affecting the Heater pressure switch. Clean out excess form and
follow the information given in the operating instructions.
Note
A check should also be made to ensure that the type of detergent used
matches the setting made, see Tab type or detergent setting. When, for
example, combination products (2 in 1 or 3 in 1 tablets) are used but the
Tab type has not been set, rinse aid will be dispensed twice.
b. Check for proper water level (just below the Filter assembly
locking arm) and circulation.
c. If circulation pressure is low, check the circulation pump for any
foreign objects that may be present. Clean or replace as
necessary.
d. If the water level is far below the filter assembly locking arm.
Check for items that may have tipped over and retained a large
quantity of water, e.g. in a bowl. Follow the loading information
given in the operating instructions.
e. If proper circulation is available, check connections at the heater
pressure switch and ST5 on the electronic board. If 120 VAC
power is present or intermittent, clean or replace the Heater
pressure switch as necessary.
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6.8.13
Water Present In Appliance And Is Not Being Drained Off
1. Drain Blocked (F11)
Figure 6-3: Circuit test path for F11.
After each drain pump step, the circulation pump operates for 2 sec. and the heater
pressure switch checks the water level. If it is too high (Large quantity of residual
water remaining in cabinet), the drainage time is extended. If, after a further check,
the water level is still too high, the program is interrupted, fault code F11 is saved
and the drain pump is activated.
2. Check for proper water flow from drain line by performing the following
steps:
a. Disconnect drain line from drain trap, garbage disposal, or drain
pipe and place in bucket or large container.
b. Insure that adequate water is in the dishwasher cabinet. Select and start a
new washing program (First step should be a 30 sec. drain). Insure the drain
hose is held in place within the bucket or container.
•
If water flows from the drain hose. Dishwasher is not the cause of the
blockage. Blockage is in the piping and should be checked by a
specialist.
•
If water does not flow from the drain hose then proceed to the next step.
3. Check filters for blockage.
4. Check the non-return valve for blockage, clean or replace if necessary.
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5. With the non-return valve removed, check the drain pump for proper operation
by performing the following steps:
a. Check the Drain pump Impeller blades for proper rotation. If stuck, look for
Foreign objects blocking Impeller blades and remove. If Impeller blades are
jammed and no foreign objects are located, proceed to next step.
b. Remove the lower service door panel.
c. Operate the dishwasher in a draining step.
d. Check for power at the Drain pump. If pump is receiving power,
6. Drain hose kinked.
a. Replace Drain hose
7. Check the heater pressure switch and insure the contacts are in the correct
position after drain. replace if necessary.
6.8.14
Inlet/Drain LED Flashes During Water Intake, Dishwasher ends selected
program. (F12, F13 or F19)
1. Check if On-site water supply valve is closed.
a. Open the water supply valve
2. Check if On-site water supply has low water pressure, less than 14.5 psi.
a. The on-site water supply should be checked by a specialist.
3. Check the WPS (WaterProof System) valve Filter for blockage by performing the
following steps:
a. Disconnect the dishwasher from the power supply.
b. Close the water supply valve.
c. Unscrew the WaterProof System from the water supply valve.
d. Remove the washer from the threaded union.
e. Remove the filter with needle nose pliers.
f. Clean or replace the filter as necessary.
4. Check Water inlet valve for proper operation by performing the following steps:
a. Insure water supply is open and there is access to the valve housing.
b. Select a wash program and start.
c. After the drain step (30 sec.) the water inlet step will begin. Hold
you hand around the valve housing. If you feel a mild vibration,
then the valve is receiving power. Replace the WPS valve (Y2). If
not go to the next step.
d. Remove bottom drip pan and check the electrical connector to the
inlet valves mounted on the left plinth for power. If power is
available troubleshoot connector and wiring accordingly. If not go
to the next step.
e. Check for power coming off the electronic board. If no power,
replace the electronic board. If power is present, check wiring from
electronic board to electrical connector. Replace and repair as
necessary.
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5. Check the Flow meter B3/4 for too few pulses (F13), no pulses (F12) or sluggish
movement (F19) by performing the following steps:
a. Remove the left side panel (5.1.1).
b. Check that the plate with the reed switch on the flow meter is
seated correctly.
c. Check that the reed switch connection plug is seated correctly.
•
If F12, F13 or F19 is displayed, disconnect the electrical connector from the
electronic board and hook up a multi meter set for continuity.
d. While in operation:
•
If no pulses are delivered, take a magnet and pass it over the reed switch. If a
pulse is delivered, replace the water diverter. If no pulse is delivered, replace
the reed switch.
•
If pulses are delivered. Connect the electrical connector to the electronic
board, clear the fault and operate the appliance. If an F12 is displayed
replace the electronic board.
Fault F19 will be displayed if the check to test the sluggish movement of the
flowmeter (impeller counter) during the water intake is not successful.
Start rinse block water intake:
•
•
•
•
Item a: Test time for one liter.
Item 1: Sufficient normal water intake time.
Item 2: Extended water intake time required.
Item 3: After a water intake of 1 liter, it becomes apparent that neither the
normal nor the extended water intake time will be sufficient. Therefore the
test routine is started.
Figure 6-4: F19 - Start rinse block water intake
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Test routine:
Figure 6-5: F19 – Test routine.
• Item a: Test time for one liter
• If the test routine is successfully completed, water intake time will be
extended
• If the test routine is not successfully completed, a Fault code F19 is
registered.
Figure 6-5: F19 – Test routine.
Refer to Fig. 6-5 for following test routine:
a. As a first step, the water intake valve Y2 is activated, to let an
additional 2 liters into the appliance. The time required for this is
calculated based on the time the water intake took for the liter
already in the unit (see fig. 6-4).
Note
The water volume taken in at this point cannot cause an overflow, even if
the flowmeter count is inaccurate.
b. Next the circulation pump M6 is activated for 2 minutes, to wet the
dishes in the cabinet and to permit any cavities in the wash load to
fill with water. Next the drain pump M8 is activated for 1 minute.
Now a base line for the actual test has been created.
c. For the test, water intake valve Y2 is activated until the
determined number of impulses is reached, which correspond
roughly to a water volume of 1.4 liters. Subsequently the
circulation pump M6 is activated again.
d. The current program continues without interruption. The maximum
water intake time is extended to 4 minutes. This value is shaved in
the electronic for future water intakes. If in the future the time
necessary for the water intake of 1 liter should deviate from this
value (15% less or 15% more) a new test routine has to be
started.
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e. If however the heater pressure switch B1/13 switches, the wash program is
interrupted immediately, the drain pump runs, and Fault F19 is registered.
6.8.15
Wash Program Is Interrupted And Drain Pump Is Operated
If an F18 fault is displayed
The water inlet valve is open when it should not be (signal to open it has not been
given by the electronic module). Water then flows into the appliance and unexpected
pulses from the flow meter B3/4 are detected.
1. Check the Water Inlet Valve for proper operation (may be stuck in open position).
a. Gain access to the water inlet valve.
b. Start a wash program
c. Place your hand around the inlet valve during the water inlet step.
You should feel a vibration indicating that the valve is energized.
d. At the end of the water inlet step the valve should be deenergized. If water is still entering the machine, replace the water
inlet valve.
e. Check for interference pulses. Electrical components within the
water diverter could be interfering with the pulses produced by the
flow meter. Troubleshoot accordingly and replace the water
diverter if necessary.
If an F14 fault is displayed
With the circulation pump operating after a water intake step, the heater pressure
switch is checked to ensure that sufficient water pressure exists in the wash water
circuit. For this the heating relay must have been activated.
1. During a heating step the heater pressure switch may have registered no or
insufficient water pressure at the circulation pump.
a. Check the dispensing of detergent and rinse aid. Excessive foam
development means that the pressure at the heater pressure
switch will be less.
b. Check for correct water level within the machine (water level
should be just under the filter arm).
•
If incorrect water quantity is registered, see “Inlet/Drain LED flashes during
water intake” for troubleshooting steps.
c. Check the filters for blockage.
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d. Check if circulation pump is defective by performing the following
steps:
1. Open the dishwasher door and insert your Miele bypass tool
into the latching mechanism.
2. Turn on the dishwasher and select a wash program.
3. After the 30 sec. draining step, pay attention to the lower spray
arm. As water enters the cabinet the circulation pump should
be operating, increasing the water flow pressure. You should
begin to see a small flow of water coming out of the lower
spray arm.
Warning!
Keep your hands on the door handle as you perform this test. If you see
water begin to flow out of the lower spray arm. Press the door handle to
pop the bypass tool out of the door lock and shut off the unit. If this is not
done, there is the danger of water spraying out of the dishwasher.
•
If you see the water flow out of the spray arm the circulation pump is
operating and there is no blockage. Press the door handle to pop the bypass
tool out of the door lock.
•
If you see no water continue with the next step.
4. Check the power supply to the circulation pump.
5. Check the circulation pump capacitor.
6. Check the circulation pump intake for blockage. Clean it as necessary. Check the
hose connections.
7. Check the circulation pump housing for foreign objects by performing the
following steps:
a. Remove the bottom drip pan.
b. Remove the circulation pump (5.4.14).
8. Remove the circulation pump housing cap (5.4.15.1).
9. Check inner housing for blockage.
10. Replace the circulation pump if necessary (5.4.14).
11. Check the heater pressure switch for proper operation by performing the
following steps:
a. Check connection plugs and wiring harness for damage, corrosion
or loose connection.
b. Enter the service mode and select component test.
c. Select wash sequence with heating (R1,Y2,M6).
d. Provide access to the control electronic board.
e. Using a multi meter, place the probes onto the heater pressure
switch sensing leads off of connector ST5 on the electronic board.
During circulation pump operation you should read no voltage at
these points.
•
If 120 VAC is measured, replace the heater pressure switch (5.4.15.7).
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If An F24 fault is displayed
18 sec. after starting the drain sequence the electronic board will perform an
operational test on the heater relay. The circulation pump is not operating and no
power is applied to the heater relay coil. If 120 VAC is registered at ST5 on the
electronic board, then an F24 is logged in memory (see Fig. 6-6).
Figure 6-6: Circuit test path for F24.
1. Check the heater relay contacts to see if they have been fused together. Replace
if necessary.
2. Check for defects to the connecter at the output side of the heater relay.
Corrosion buildup can cause a bridge between contacts, which
can
reduce the transfer resistance below a value of 10 MΩ. This check can be
done by performing the following steps:
a. Disconnect the appliance from power.
b. Pull Plug ST5 off the electronic board.
c. Measure the resistance between the connectors of the evaluation
leads on the heater pressure switch, point 12 and 22, at the plug
ST5 of the electronic board.
d. If the measured resistance is below 10Ω, the heater partial wiring
harness has to be replaced.
If a F26 fault is displayed
If water enters the machine exceeding 194°F, the program is interrupted and the
drain pump is operated. The fault will be indicated on the display or via LEDs.
1. If the NTC temperature sensor has exceeded 194°F, check the heating relay to
see if its fused closed and replace if necessary.
2. If the NTC temperature sensor is providing inaccurate information, replace the
temperature sensor (5.4.19).
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If a F40 fault is displayed
The electronic unit has a fault that cannot be repaired by the Service Dept. (e.g.
hardware fault)
1. Replace the electronic unit (5.5.3).
If a F42 fault is displayed
A check ID carried out to ensure that the power frequency is within certain valid
ranges (50 ± 5 Hz or 60 ± 5 Hz). This fault is registered when it cannot clearly be
established which valid range is applicable.
1. On-site power fluctuations should be checked by a specialist.
If a F47 fault is displayed
Communication between selection-display module (BAE) and Control-power module
(SLT) becomes faulty.
1. Replace the electronic unit (5.5.3).
If a F51 fault is displayed
Initial state:
Figure 6-7: Circuit test path for F-51 (initial state)
1 sec. after program start (machine will be in the initial 30 sec. draining process), the
following test is carried out: Heater relay K1/1 is switched on. This tests whether the
contacts of the heater pressure switch B1/13 at points 21/22 or 11/12 are closed. If
the electronic board receives no power an F-51 fault is stored.
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Figure 6-8: Circuit test path for F-51 (testing state)
1. Check the Heater relay for an open contact. If the relay is open during the testing
state, Fig. 6-8. Then perform the following checks:
a. Check to insure all plug connections are clean and secure.
b. Check the connection wires for continuity.
•
If the Heater relay still shows an open contact, replace the Heater relay.
2. Insure the Heater pressure switch is in position 21/22 and 11/12. If not, perform
the following checks:
a. Check to insure all plug connections are clean and secure.
b. Check the connection wires for continuity.
c. Remove the Heater pressure switch and check for any blockage
•
If the Heater pressure switch still shows an open circuit. Replace the
Heater pressure switch.
If a F68 fault is displayed
The speed sensor registers that the circulation pump is still operating even after it
has been switched off.
1. Check connectors to circulation pump speed sensor and electronic board.
2. Perform a continuity check to insure there is no open circuit.
3. Replace the speed sensor and perform an operational check.
•
If the fault is again displayed, replace the electronic board.
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If a F69 is displayed (circulation pump blocked)
With the circulation pump operating, the pump pressure level switch contacts are
checked. For this the heating relay must have been activated and both electronic unit
inputs must be potential free.
1. Check for proper operation of the heater relay, see F25 Heating relay defective.
2. Check for proper operation of the heater pressure switch, see F14 Water intake
fault: Heater pressure switch.
3. Check the circulation pump for proper operation, see F67 Circulation pump
speed too low.
If a F70 is displayed (Float switch fault)
The drain pump continues to operate do to the changeover contact of the float switch
B8/3 closed from 1 to 4 (refer to the wiring diagram). Even after the appliance has
been switched off, the drain pump can only be deactivated by disconnecting the
appliance from the power source.
1. Disconnect the appliance from the power source and remove the water from the
drip pan.
2. If there is no water, check for debris beneath the float switch Styrofoam.
3. Check the drip pan for any warps or dents that may have occurred due to
transport. Bend straight or replace as necessary.
4. Operate the appliance and check the unit for any oversudzing. Also check all
hoses, connections and threaded unions for leaks.
5. Check the float switch for continuity and correct operation. Replace float switch if
necessary.
6. Carefully dry all electrical components in the drip pan area.
If a F84 is displayed (Slide shutter positioning fault)
The electronic board is unable to read the position of the slide shutter through the
position switch. This fault is displayed when attempts to position the slide shutter
have failed. See F63 (Slide shutter fault) for troubleshooting steps.
If a F85 is displayed (Slide shutter signal change fault)
Even though the slide shutter has not been activated, a signal change has been
detected at the position switch.
Case 1: If the fault is registered before the circulation pump has been
activated for the first time (or before program start), the program
is interrupted and the drain pump is operated. The fault will be
indicated in the display or via LEDs. The buzzer is activated for 2
min.
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Case 2: If the fault is registered later, the fault will be indicated in the
display or via LEDs at the end of the program. The buzzer is then
activated for 2 min.
1. The cause may lie with the position switch B3/12, which may have an
intermittent contact. Check for dirty contacts clean or replace drive as necessary.
2. Check for pulses during operation at ST14 on the electronic board using a multimeter set for low voltage DC. If you are receiving pulses every 30 sec. then
replace the electronic board if you are receiving no pulses, replace the drive.
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The program is not interrupted, but faults are logged into the fault
memory.
If the following faults are registered, the program is not interrupted. The fault will only
be indicated when the fault memory is checked in the service mode.
A water intake fault: hot water is registered (F15)
During the energy saving program if the water temperature is below 100°F an F15
fault is logged into memory. The on-site water supply should be checked by a
specialist.
A Speed Sensor Fault is registered (F53)
The circulation pump continues to operate but is not monitored.
1. Check for popper operation of the circulation pump, see F14 par. 1e. Clean and
remove any blockage that may be present.
2. The speed sensor B3/9 may be defective. Replace speed sensor.
A Slide shutter fault is registered (F63)
Even though the slide shutter motor has been activated, there is no signal change at
the position switch. The slide shutter motor will be activated again whenever
repositioning is required.
1. Check to see if water is alternating between the upper/lower spray arms and the
middle spray arm. This can be done by removing the side panels, selecting a
wash program and observing the water flow between the upper spray arm and
middle spray arm water paths. If the water flow is alternating go to section “a”
below. If not go to section “b” below.
2. Check the position switch B3/12 at connection ST14 (using a multi-meter) for low
DC pluses at 30 sec. intervals.
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a. If pluses are present, the electronic board needs to be replaced.
b. If pluses are not present, first check wire connections for an open or short
circuit. Replace the slide shutter drive if necessary.
3. If the slide shutter gearing or the drive (synchronous motor) is defective. Replace
the drive.
Circulation pump speed too low fault is registered (F67).
The check is carried out 10 sec. after the circulation pump has started.
1. Perform a circulation pump test as shown (F14, 1e,f,g,i, and j).
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If the circulation pump is good, replace the speed sensor (5.4.15.8).
Sensor softener fault is registered (F87).
If this fault is registered, an emergency program operates in which the reactivation
start time and the switching points for the EGS (electronically controlled water
softener) valve are given.
1. Check for approx. 9 VAC to the sensor softener 10N1 electronic module or the
data connection open-circuited.
2. Check the Sensor softener electronic module conductivity measurement. If no
connection faults exist, replace the water inlet mixer.
Turbidity sensor fault is registered (F88).
If this fault is registered, the program continues with default settings.
1. Check connections to electronic board and the turbidity sensor B3/10 and
perform a continuity check.
2. Check the turbidity sensor for correct function. Replace the spray arm feed pipe
with turbidity sensor if necessary
3. Check for foreign objects in the measurement path. Remove blockage or replace
feed pipe if it is necessary.
Load size registration inactive (F91)
If this fault is registered, the water intake block will operate by taking in the default
water quantity. In the subsequent additional fill, the quantity of which will normally
depend on the size of the load, will be replaced by a water intake block with fixed
water quantity.
1. Check the speed sensor for proper operation. See F53 Speed sensor
fault.
Revised: 12-2006 - LG
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