Whirlpool ADP 650 Operating instructions

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Dear Customer,
Please carefully read this manual bef ore using the
dishwasher, it will help you to use and maintain the
dishwasher properly.
Keep it to refer to it at a later date.
Pass it on to any subsequent owner of the appliance.
This manual contains sections on safety Instructions,
Operating Instructions, Installation Instruc tions and
Troubleshooting Tips, etc.
Control Panel...................................................3
Dishwasher Features.................................... ...3
A、Water Softener..................... .. ....................4
B、Loading the Salt in to the Softener.................5
C、Fill the Rinse Aid Dispenser............. ..... .. ... ..5
D、Function of Detergent ........ .........................6
How to use the 3 in 1 fun ction............................8
Attention before or after loading the Dishwasher
Baskets..........................................................9
Loading the upper Basket ...............................9
Loading the Lower Basket ...............................10
Cutlery Basket........................................... ...11
To review the section on troubleshooting Tips
will help you to solve some common problems
by yourself .
If you can not solv e the problems by yourself ,
please ask for the help of professional technicians.
Wash Cycle Table...........................................12
Turning on the Appliance................................13
Change the Programme.............. .... ................13
At the End of the Wash Cycle...........................13
Filtering System.............................................14
Caring for the Dishwasher..................... . .........15
Positioning the Applian ce................... .. ..........16
About Power Connection........................ . .......16
Water Connec tion.................................. . .......1 7
Start of dishwasher................................ .. ......18
The manufacturer, following a policy of constant
development a nd u pdating of the product, may
make modifications without giving prior notice.
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Be fore calling for service........................... . .....19
Error codes..................................... ..............2 0
Technical information.............................. .. .....21
When using your dishwasher, follow the precautions listed below:
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a
malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce
the risk of anelectric shock by providing a path of
least resistance of electric current. This appliance
is equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet
that is installed and grounded in accordance with
all local codes and ordinances.
Do not abuse, sit on, or stand on the door or dish
rack of the dishwasher.
Do not operate your dishwasher unless all
enclosure panels are properly in place. Open
the door very carefully if the dishwasher is
operating, there is a risk of water squirting out.
Do not place any heavy objects on or stand on the
door when it is open. The appliance could tip
forward.
When loading items to be washed:
1) Locate sharp items so that they are not likely
to damage the door seal;
2) Warning: Knives and other ute nsils with
sharp points must be loaded in the basket
with their points down or p lace d in a
horizonta l position.
When using your dishwasher, you should
prevent plastic items from comin g into contact
with the heating element.(This instruction is only
applicable to machines with a visual heating
element.)
Check that the detergent comparment is empty
after completion of the wash cycle.
Do not wash plastic items unless they are marked
dishwasher safe or the equivalent. For plastic items
not so marked, check the manufacturer's
recommendations.
Use only detergent and rinse additives
designed for an automatic dishwasher.
Never use soap, laundry de terg ent, or hand
washing detergent in your dishwasher. Keep
these products out of the re ach of children.
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Improper connection of the equipment-grounding
conductor can result in the risk of an electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service
representative if you are in doubt whether the
appliance is properly grounded. Do not modify the
plug provided with the appliance; If it does not fit
the outlet. Have a proper outlet installed by a
qualified electrician.
Keep children away from detergent and rinse aid, keep
children away from the open door of the dishwasher,
there could still be some detergent left inside.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children )with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge ,unless they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
Dishwasher deterge nts are strongly alkaline, they
can be extremely da ngerous if swallowed. Avoid
con tact with skin and eyes and keep children away
from the dishwasher when the door is open.
The door sh ould not be left o pen,
since th is could increase the risk of tripping.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer or its service agent or a
similarly qualified person in orde r to avoid a
hazard.
Remove the door to the washing compartment when
removing an old dishwasher from service or discarding it.
Please dispose of pack ing materials properly.
Use the dishwasher only for its intended function.
During installation, the power supply must not
be exce ssiv ely or dangerously bent or flattened.
Do not tamper with controls.
The appliance is to be connected to the water
mains u sing new hose sets and that old hose-sets
sho uld not be reused.
The maximum numb er of place settings to be
washed is 9.
The maximum permissible inlet water pressure is
1Mpa.
The minimum permissible inlet water pressure is
0.04Mpa.
Dispo se of the dishwasher packaging material correctly.
All pa ckaging materials ca n be recycled.
Plastic parts are marked with the standard international abbreviations:
PE
for polyethylene, e .g. sheet wrapping material
PS
for polysty rene, e.g. padding material
POM
PP
ABS
po lyoxymethylene, e.g. pla stic clips
polypropylene, e.g. Salt filler
Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, e.g. Control Panel .
WARNING!
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„ Pa ckaging material could be dangerous for children!
For disposing of package and the a ppliance ple ase go to a recycling cen tre. Therefore cut
„ off the power s upply cable and mak e the door closin g device unusable.
Cardboard pac kaging is manufactured from recycled paper and should be dispos ed in the
„ waste paper c ollection for recycling .
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential n egative
consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused
„ by inappropriate waste han dling of this prod uct.
For more detailed information about rec ycling of this product, please con tact your local
city office and your household waste disposal service.
DISPOSAL: Do not dispose this product as unsorted municipal waste. Collection of such
waste separately for special treatment is necessary.
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To get the best performance from your dishwasher, read all operating instructions
before using it for the first time.
Control Panel
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3in1 indicator lig ht / 3in1
function button: To select and show 3in1 .
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Display window: Program remaining time, delay time,
running indicator, temperature of water, Error codes, etc.
Delayed Start Button: To preset the wash timer and delay
the starting time up to 9.5 hours. Every press of this button
increases the time by 30 minutes.
(for example: one press for half an hour, two for one
hour... ...)
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Program indicator lights and button: To select
one of the seven and show the washing program.
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Start and reset button: To s tart the selected washing
progra m or reset th e washing program when the
machine is working.
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Salt a nd rinse aid warning lights: To show
when the salt container or dispense r need to be
refille d
Powe r indicato r light and switch: To turn on/off
and sh ow the p owe r supply.
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Dishwasher Features
Ba ck View
Front view
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Upper Basket
Spray Arms
Lower Basket
Salt Container
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Main Filter
Detergent Dispenser
Cup Shelf
Cutlery Basket
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Coarse Filter
Rinse Aid Dispenser
Drain pipe connector
Inlet pipe connector
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Tray ass
Before using your dishwasher for the first time:
A. Set the water softener
B. Pour 1/2 litre of water inside the salt container and then fill with d ishwash er salt
C. Fill the rinse aid dispenser
D. Fill in detergent
A. Water Softener
The water softener must be set manually, using the water hardness dial.
The water softener is designed to remove minerals and salts from the water, which would have
a detrimental or adverse effect on the operation of the appliance. The h igher the
content of these minerals and salts, the harder your water is. The softener should be
adjusted according to the hardness of the water in you r area. Your local Water Authority
can advise you on the hardness o f the water in your area.
Adjusting Salt Consumption
The dishwasher is designed to allow for adjustment in the amount of sa lt co nsumed bas ed on the ha rdness of
the water used. This is intended to optimise and customise the level o f salt consumption.
Please follow the steps below for a djustmen t in salt consumption.
1. Unscrew the cap from the salt container.
2. There is a ring on the container with an arrow on it (see figure
on the side), if necessary, ro tate the ring in the anticlockwise
dire ction fro m th e "-" Setting toward the "+" sign, based on the
hardness o f the water being used.
It is recommended that adjustme nts should be made in
accordance with the following scheme:
WATER HARDNESS
dH
fH
Clarke
mmol/l
Selector Position
Salt consumption
(gram/cycle)
Auto nomy
(cycles/1kgs)
0~8
0~14
0~10
0~1.4
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0
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8~22
14~39
10~28
1.4~3.9
-
20
50
22~45
39~80
28~56
3.9~8
Mid
40
25
8~11
+
60
16
45~60
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80~107
°dH=1.25
56~75
°Clarke=1.78 °fH=0.178mmol/l
°DH:
German degree
°fH:
French degree
Note:2
" /"
"-"
"+"
"Mid"
° Clark: British degree
No salt need added
Setting toward the"-" sign
Setting toward the"+" sign
Setting toward between
the "-" sign and "+" sign
Contact your local water board for information on the hardness of your water supply.
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B. Loading the Salt Into the Softener
Always use the salt intended for use with dishwasher.
The salt contain er is located beneath the lower basket and should be fill ed as explained in the
following:
Attention!
Only use salt spe cif ically desi gne d for t he use i n dishwashers! Every other type of
salt not speci fically de sig ned fo r the u se in a d ishwasher, espe cially table salt, will
damage the w ater sof tener. In case of damages caused by the use of unsuitable
salt the ma nuf act urer does not give any wa rranty nor is liable for any damages caused.
Only fil l wi th salt just b efore starting one of the co mp let e washing p rograms.
This wi ll prevent any g rains of salt or salty wate r, which ma y have been spilled,
remaining on the bottom of the machi ne for any period of time, which may cause
corrosi on.
A Remove the lower basket and then unscrew and remove the cap from the salt container.
B Before the first wash, fill 1lt. of water in the salt container of your machine.
C Place the end of the funnel (supplied) into the hole and introduce about 1kg of salt.
It is normal for a small amount of water to come out of the salt container.
D After filling the container , screw the cap tightly back clockwise.
E Usually, the salt warning light will stop being illuminated within 2-6 days after the salt container has been filled with
salt.
F Immediately after filling the salt into the salt container, a washing program should be started (We suggest to use the
soak or rapid program). Otherwise the filter system, pump or other important parts of the machine may be damaged
by salty water. This is out of warranty.
1. The salt container must only be refilled when the salt warning light in the control panel comes on.
Depending on how well the salt dissolve s, the salt warning light may still be on even though the
salt container is filled.
If there is no salt warning light in the con trol panel (for some Mode ls),you can estimate when to fill
the salt into the softener by the cycles that the dishwasher has run.
2. If there are spills of the salt, a soak or a rapid program should be run to remove the excessive sa lt.
C. Fill the Rinse Aid Dispenser
Rinse Aid Dispenser
The rinse aid is released during the final rinse to prevent water from forming droplets on your dishes, which can leave
spots and streaks. It also improves drying by allowing water to roll off the dishes. Your dishwasher is designed to
use liquid rinse aids. The rinse aid dispenser is located inside the door next to the detergent dispenser. To fill the
dispenser, open the cap and pour the rinse aid into the dispenser until the level indicator turns completely black.
The volume of the rins e aid container is about 110ml.
Function of Rinse Aid
Rinse aid is automatically added during the last rinse, ensuring thorough rinsing, and spot and streak free drying.
Attention!
Only use branded rinse aid for dishwasher. Never fill the rinse aid dispenser with any other substances
(e.g. Dishwasher cleaning agent, liquid detergent). This would damage the appliance.
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When to Refill the Rinse Aid Dispenser
If there is no rinse-aid warning light in the control panel, you can estimate the amount from the colour
of the optical level indicator " C "located next to the cap. When th e rinse-aid c ontainer is full, the whole
indicator will be dark .As the rinse -aid diminishes, the size of the dark dot decreases. You should never let
the rinse aid leve l fall 1 / 4 full.
C (Rinse-Aid indicator)
As the rinse aid d iminishes, the size o f the black dot
on the rinse aid level indicator changes, as illustra ted below.
Full
3 / 4 full
1 / 2 full
1 / 4 full - Should refill to eliminate spotting
Empty
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To open the dispenser, turn the cap to the "open" (left) arrow and lift it out.
Pour the rinse aid into the dispenser, being careful not to overfill.
Replace the cap by inserting it aligned with "open" arrow and turning it to the closed (right) arrow.
Clean up any rinse aid spilled while during filling with an absorbent cloth to avoid excessive foaming
during the next wash. Don't forget to replace the cap before you close dis hwa sher door.
Adjusting Rinse Aid Dispenser
The rinse aid dispenser has six or four settings. Always start with the dispenser
set on "4". If spots and poor drying are a p roblem, increase the amount of rinse
aid dispensed by removing the dispenser lid and rotating the dial to "5". If the
dishes still are not drying properly or are show spots, adjust the dial to the next
higher lever until your dishes are spot-free. The recommended setting is "4".
(Factory value is "4".)
Adjust lever
(Rinse)
NOTE:
Increase the dose if there are drops of water or lime spots on the dishes after washing.
Reduce it if there are sticky whitis h stains on your dishes or a bluish film on glassware or
knife blades.
D. Function of Detergent
Detergents with its chemical ingredients are necessary to remove dirt, c rush dirt and transport it out of the dishwasher.
Most of the commercial quality deterge nts are suitable for this purpose.
Detergents
There are 3 sorts of d etergents
1.With phosphate and with ch lorine
2.With phosphate and without chlorine
3.Without phosphate and without chlorine
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Normally new pulverised detergent is with out phosphate. Thus the water softener function of
phosphate is not given. In this case we recommend to fill salt in the salt con taine r even when
the hardness of water is only 6 °dH. If dete rgents witho ut phosphate are used in the case of hard water
often white spots appear on d ishes and glasses. In this case please add more detergent to reach
better results. Detergents without chlorine do only bleach a little. Stron g and coloured spots will not
be removed completely. In this case please choose a program with a higher temperature.
Concentrated Detergent
Based on their chemical composition, deterge nts can be split in two basic types:
conventional, alkaline dete rgents with caus tic comp onents
low alkalin e co ncentrated detergen ts with n atural enzymes
The use of“normal” washing progra ms in combination with concentrated detergen ts
reduces pollution and is good for your dishes; these wash p rograms are specifically matche d
to the dirt-dissolving properties o f the enzymes of the concentrated de terg ent. For this reason
“normal”wash programs in which conce ntrated detergents are used can achie ve the same
results that c an otherwise only be ach ieved using “intensive” programs.
Detergent Tablets
Detergent tablets of diffe rent brands disso lve at different speeds. For this reason some
detergent tablets cannot dissolve and develop the ir full cleaning power during short
programs. There fore please use long programs wh en u sin g deterg ent tablets, to
ensure the complete removal of detergent residua ls.
Detergent Dispenser
The dispenser must be refilled before the start of each wash cycle following the instructions
provided in the wash cycle table . Your dis hwa sher uses less de tergent and rinse aid than
Conventional dis hwa sher. Generally, only one tablespoon of detergent is needed for
a normal wash load. More heavily soiled items need more detergent. Alway s ad d the
detergent just be fore starting the dish was her, otherwise it could get damp and will not
dissolve properly.
Amount of Detergent to Use
If the lid is closed: press release button. T he lid will sp ring open.
Always add the detergent just before starting each wash cycle.
Only use branded detergent aid for dishwasher.
WARNING!
Dishwasher detergent is corrosive! Take care to keep it out of reach of c hildren.
Prop er Use of De terg ent
Use only deterge nt specifically made for the use in dishwashers. Keep your detergent fresh and dry.
Don't put powdered d etergent into the dispenser until you're ready to wash dishes.
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Fill in Detergent
Fill the detergent dispenser with detergent.
The marking indicate s the dosing levels , as
illustrate d on the righ t:
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B
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The place of main wash cycle deterg ent placed ,
“MIN”me ans approximately 20g of detergent.
The place of pre-wash cycle deterge nt placed ,
approximately 5g o f detergent
Plea se o bserve the manufacturers dosing and storage
Recommendations as stated on the detergent pac kaging.
Close the lid and press until it locks in place.
If the dishes are heavily soiled, place an additional
detergent do se in the pre-wash detergent chamber. This detergent will take effect during the pre-wash phas e.
You find information about the amount o f detergent for th e single programme on the last page .
Please aware, tha t according to the level soiling and the specific hardness of water differences are possible.
Please observe th e manufacturer's rec ommendations on the de tergent packaging.
How To Use The 3IN1 Function
Your dishwasher has a 3in1 function which needs no salt and rinse aid but a 3In1 tablet.
This dishwasher comes with a 3in 1 tablet container as an accessory.
Only the 3in1 fun ction(for the program: intensive/Normal/Eco.) Can be used with 3in1 tablets.
If you use 3in1 ta blets in other programs, the appliance will not achieve a good performance.
1. The figure below shows how to hang the 3in1 tablet container on the upper basket.
2. Rotate the up per sprayer an d ch ange the location of the container to ensure the upper sprayer is not
obstructed by the 3in 1 tablet container. Refer to the figure below for reference.
3. Put the 3in1 tablet into the container ,then start the 3in1 pro gram.
When us ing 3in1 combination / compact Detergents ,please pay attention to make sure that
the size of the combination detergents fits to the dispenser,so that combination
detergents can be ea sily put into the dispenser, and the dispenser would not be broken.
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For best performance of the dishwasher, follow these loading guidelines. Features and
appearance of baskets and cutlery baskets may vary from your model.
Attention before or after Loading the Dishwasher Baskets
Scrape off any large amounts of leftover food. Soften remnants of burnt food in pans.
It is not necessary to rinse the dishes under running water.
Place objects in the dishwasher in following way:
1.Items such as cups, glasses, pots/pans, etc. are faced downwards.
2.Curved items, or ones with recesses, should be loaded aslant so that water can run off.
3.All utensils are stacked securely and can not tip over.
4.All utensils are placed in the way tha t the spray arms can rotate freely during washing.
Very small items should not be washed in the dishwasher as they could easily fall ou t of the baskets.
Loading the Upper Rack
The upper rack is designed to hold more d elicate and lighter dishware such as glasses, coffee
and tea cup and saucers, as well as plates, small bowls and shallow pans (as long as they are
not too dirty).
Position the dishes and cookware so that they do not get moved by the spray of water.
Bowl(M)
Bowl( L) Cups
Gravy ladle
Glasses
Dessert plate Saucers
Front
(Eg g)
Adjusting the Upper Basket
The height of the upper basket can be adjusted in order to create more space for large utensils
both for the upper/lower basket. The height of the upper basket can be adjusted by placing the
wheels on different height of the rails. Long items, serving cutlery, salad servers and knives
should be placed on the shelf so that they do not o bstruct the rotation of the spray arms.
The shelf can be fold ed back or be removed when not required for use.
Upper wheels
Lower wheels
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Loading the Lower Basket
We recommend that you p lace large items which are most difficult to clean into the lower basket:
pots, pans, lid s, serving dishes and bowls, as s hown in the figure to the right.
It is preferable to place serving dishes and lids on the side of the racks in order to avoid blocking
the ro tation of the top spray arm.
Pots, serving bowls, etc. must always be placed top down.
Deep pots should be s lanted to allow water to flow out.
The bottom basket feature fold down tine rows so that larger or more pots and pans can be lo aded .
1. Cutlery basket
2. Dessert plates
3. Soup plates
4. Dinner plates
5. Oval platter
6. Saucer
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Cutlery Basket
Cutlery should be placed in the cutlery basket with the handles at the bottom. If the rack has side baskets, the
spoons should be loaded separately into the appropriate slots, especially long utensils should be placed in the
horizontal position at the fron t of the uppe r basket as s hown in the picture.
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Tea spoons
Dessert spoons
Soup spoons
Forks
Knives
Serving forks
Serving spoons
Do not leave any item extend thro ugh bottom.
Knives and other utensils with sharp points
must be loaded in th e basket with their points
down or placed in an horizontal position.
Always load sharp utensils with the sharp
point down!
For washing in th e dishwashe r the following cutlery/dishes
Are not suitable
Are of limited suitability
Cutlery with wooden, horn china or
mother-of-pearl handles
Plastic items that are not heat resistant
Older cutlery with glued parts that are not
temperature resistant
Bond ed cutlery items or dishes
Pewter or cooper items
Crystal glass
Steel items subject to rusting
Wooden platters
Items made from synthetic fibres
Some types of glasses can become
dull afte r a large numbe r of washes
Silver and aluminum parts have a
tendenc y to discolour du ring washin g
Glazed patterns may fade if machine
washed freq uently
NOTE:
Do not put in items that are dirty of cigarette ash, c andle wax, lacquer or paint.
If you buy new dishes please make sure that they are suitable for dishwashers.
NOTE:
Plea se do no t overload your dishwash er. There is only space for 8 standard dishes. Do not
use dish that is no t suitable for dishwa shers. This is important for good resu lts and for
reasonable e nergy consu me.
Loading cutlery and dishes
Before loading the dishes, you should:
Remove large left-over
Softe n re mnants of burnt food in pans
When loading the dishes and cutlery, please note:
Dishes and cutlery must n ot imped e th e rotation of the s pray arms
Load hollow items such as cup s, glass es, pans etc. with the opening downwards so that
water cannot collect in the con tain er or a deep base
It is dangerous to open the door when washing, b ecause the hot water may be scalded to y ou. The door should not be
left in the open position since this could present a trip ping hazard.
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Wash Cycle Table
( ) Meaning: need to fill rinse into the Rinse-Aid Dispenser.
*En50242: This program is the test cycle, the rinse-aid dispenser
setting is recommended to be set to position 6.
Intensive
Daily
EN 50242
Sani rinse
Eco.
Express
Delicate
Fo r the heaviest so iled loads,
such as pots, pans, casserole
dishes and dishes that have
been sitting with dried food
on them for a while.
Fo r normally soiled loads,
such as pots , plates,glasses
and lightly soiled pans.
Standard daily cycle.
Pre-wash(50℃ )
Pre -wash
Wash (60 ℃)
Rinse
Rinse
Rinse (70 ℃)
Drying
5/22g
173
1.4
18.4
Pre-wash
Wash (50 ℃)
Rinse (60 ℃)
Drying
5/22g
171
0.81
13.0
98
0.8
8.0
22g
111
0.7
11.0
Fo r dishes that need to be
rin sed and dried only.
Wash(45℃)
Rinse (70 ℃)
Drying
Fo r lightly soiled loa ds,such
as plates,glasses,bowls and
lightly so iled pans.
Pre-wash
Wash (45 ℃)
Rinse (60 ℃)
Drying
A shorter wash for lightly
soiled loads that do not
need drying.
Wash (40 ℃)
Rinse (45 ℃)
15g
28
0.35
7.0
For lightly so iled loads,
such as glasses, crysta l and
fine china.
Pre-wash
Wash (40 ℃)
Rinse (70 ℃)
Drying
15g
118
0.8
11.0
11
0.01
6.0
To rinse dishes that you
plan to wash later that day.
Pre-wash
Pre -wash
+
Intensive
+
3in1
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Daily
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3in1
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Eco.
+
3in1
For the h eaviest soiled loa ds,
such as pots, p ans, casserole
dishes and dishe s that have
been sitting with dried food
on them for a while.
Pre-wash(60℃)
Wash (70 ℃)
Rinse
Rinse
Rinse (70 ℃)
Drying
3in1
161
1.5
15. 1
For normally soiled loads ,
such as pots, plates, glasses
and lightly soiled pans.
standard daily cycle .
Pre-wash
Wash (50 ℃)
Rinse (70 ℃)
Drying
3in1
148
1.0
12.7
3in1
128
0.8
12.7
Pre-wash
For lightly soiled loads,such Wash (45 ℃)
as plates,glasses,bowls and Rinse (70 ℃)
lightly soiled pan s.
Drying
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Turning On the Appliance
Starting a cycle wash
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Draw out the lower and up per b asket, load the dishes and push them back.
It is commended to lo ad the lower bask et first, then the upper one (s ee the sectio n entitled
“Loading the Dishwasher”).
2 Pour in the detergent (see the section e ntitled“Salt, Detergent and Rinse Aid”).
3 Insert the plug into the socket. The power supply is 220-240 VAC /50 HZ, the specification of th e
socket is 10A 250VAC. Make sure that the water supply is turned on to full pressure.
4 Close the door, press the ON/OFF button, a nd the ON/OFF light will turn on. Press the program
b utton to select a desired wash cycle, After 3 seconds, the machine will work.
Change the Program...
Premise:
1 A cycle that is underway can on ly be modified if it has on ly been running fo r a short
time. Otherwise, the d etergent may have already b een released, and the a ppliance may
have alread y drained the wash water. If this is the case, the detergen t dispenser must
be refilled (see the section entitled " Loading the Detergent " ).
2 Wh en you press the start/reset button mo re than 3 sec onds, you can cancel the running
programme and selec t other pro grammes (see the section entitled " Starting a wash cycle. . . " ).
3 Wh en you select Intensive/Normal/Eco.Programmes, you can select the 3in1 fu nction.
If you open the door during a wash cycle , the machine will pause. When you close the door , the machine
will continue working after 10 seconds.
Forgot to Add a Dish?
A forgotten dish can be added at any time before the detergent cup opens.
1
2
Open the door a little to stop the washing.
3
Load the forgotten dishes.
After the spray arms stop working,you can open the door
completely.
4
Close the door, the dishwasher will start running again
after 10 seconds.
At the End of the Wash Cycle
When the wo rking cycle has finished, the buzzer of the dishwasher will sound for 8 seconds, then stop. Turn off
the appliance using the ON/OFF button, shut off the water supp ly and open the door of the dishwasher.
Wait for a few minutes before unlo ading th e dishwasher to avoid ha ndlin g the dishes and utensils while they
are still hot and more susceptible to break age. The y will also dry better.
Switch Off the Dishwasher
The program has ended, only if there appears a 0 in the digital display (remaining program time).
1.Switch off the dishwasher by pressing the ON/OFF button.
2.Turn off the water tap!
Open the door carefully.
Hot dishes are sensitive to knocks. The dishes should therefore be allowed to cool down around 15 minutes
before removing from the appliance.
Open the dishwasher's door, leave it ajar and wait a few minutes before removing the dishes. In this way they
will be cooler and the drying will be improved.
Unloading the dishwasher
It is normal that the dishwasher is wet inside.
Empty the lower basket first and then the upper one. This will avoid water dripping from the upper Basket onto
the dishes in the lower one.
WARNING!
It is dangerous to open the door when washing, because the hot water may scald you.
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Filtering System
The filter prevents larger remnants of food or other objects from getting inside the pum.
The residues may block the filter, in this case they must be removed.
The filter system consists of a coarse filter,a flat (Main filter)
And a microfilter(Fine filter).
Main filter
2
1
Fo od and soil particles trap ped in this filter are pulverized by a
specia l jet on the lower spray arm and washed down to drain.
1
Coarse filter
2
La rger ite ms, such as p ieces of bones or glass, that could block
the drain are trapped in the coarse filter. To remove the items
caught by the filter, gently squeeze the tap on the top of this
filter and lift out.
3
Fine filter
3
This filter holds soil and food residues in the sump area a nd
preve nts it from being redeposit on the dishes during wa sh cycle.
Filter assembly
The filter efficiently re mo ves food particle s from the wash water, allowing it to be rec ycled during the cycle.
For best performance and results, the filter must be cleaned re gularly. For this reason, it is a goo d idea to
remove the larger food particles trapp ed in the filter after e ach was h cycle by rinsing the semicircular filter and
cup under runnin g water. To remove the filter device, pull the cup handle in the upward d irection.
WARNING!
The d ishwasher must never b e used without the filters.
Improper replacement of the filter may reduce the performance level of the appliance
and damage dishes and utensils.
Step 1:Turn the filter in anti-clockwise direction,
then lift it u p.
Step 2:lift the Main filte r up
Step 3: lift the F ine filter up
When following this procedure from step1 to step 3, the filter system will be removed;
when following it from Step 3 to Step 1, the filter system will be installed.
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Remarks:
- Inspect the filters for blo cking a fter e very time the dishwa sher has been used.
- By unscrewing the coarse filter, you can remove the filter system. Re move any foo d remna nts and
clean the filters under running water.
The entire filter assembly should be cleaned once a week.
Cleaning the Filter
To clean the coarse filter and the fine filter, use a c leaning b rush. Reassemb le the filter p arts as shown in the figures
on the last page and reinsert the entire assembly in the dis hwa sher, positio ning it in its seat and pressing downwards.
WARNING!
When cleaning the filters, don't knock on them. Otherwise, the filters could be
contorted and the performance of the dishwasher could be decreased.
Caring for the Dishwasher
The control panel can be cleaned by using a lightly dampened cloth.
After cleaning, make sure to dry it thoroughly.
For the exterior, use a good appliance polish wax.
Never use sharp objects, scouring pads or harsh cleaners on any part of the dishwasher.
Cleaning The Door
To clean the e dge around the door, you should use only a soft warm, damp cloth.
To avoid pene tration o f wa ter into the door lock and electrical components, do not
use a spray cleaner of any kind.
WARNING!
Never use a spray cleaner to clean the door panel as it may damage the door loc k
and electrical components.
Abrasive agents or some paper towels shou ld not be used becau se of the risk of
scratching or leaving spots on the stainless steel surface.
Protect Against Freezing
please take frost protection measures on the dishwasher in winter. Every time a fter washing cycles,
please operate as follows:
1.Cut off the electrical power to the dishwasher.
2.Turn off the water supply and disconnect the water inlet pipe from the water valve.
3.Drain the water from the inlet pipe an d water valve. (Use a pan to catch the water)
4.Reconnect the water inlet pipe to the water valve.
5.Remove the filter at the bottom of the tub and use a sponge to soak up water in the sump.
If your dishwasher cannot work because of the ice, please contact professional service person s.
Cleaning the Spray Arms
It is necessary to clean the spray arms regularly in order to
remove the accumulation of scale from the hard water
and thus prevent blocking of spray arm jets and bearings.
We Suggest to poke the blocked spray arm jets with a needle
to ensure good washing effect.
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After Every Wash
When not in Use for a LongTime
After every wash, turn off the water supply to the
appliance and leave the door slightly open so that
moisture and odours are not trapped inside.
It is recommend that you run a was h cy cle with the
dishwasher empty an d the n remove the plug from the
socket, turn off the wa ter supply and leave the door of
the appliance slightly open. This will help the d oor
seals to last longer and prevent odours from forming
within the appliance.
Remove the Plug
Before cleaning or performing maintenance, always
remove the plug from the socket.
Moving the Appliance
No Solvents or Abrasive Cleaning
To cle an the e xterior a nd rubber p arts of the dishwasher,
do not use solvents or abrasive cle aning products.
Only use a clo th with warm so apy water.
To remove spots o r stains from the surface of the
interior, use a cloth da mpened with water a n a little
vinegar, o r a cleaning pro duct mad e specifically for
dishwashers.
If the appliance must be moved, try to keep it in the
vertical position. If absolutely necessary, it can be
positioned on its back.
Seals
One of the factors that cause odours to form in the
dishwasher is food that remains trapped in the seals.
Periodic cleaning with a damp sponge will prevent this
from occurring.
Positioning the Appliance
Position the appliance in the desired location. The back should rest against the wall behind it, and the sides,
along the adjacent cabinets or walls. T he dishwasher is equipped with water supply and drain hoses th at can
be positioned either to the righ t or the left sides to facilitate proper installation.
Once the appliance is positioned for levelling, the height of the dishwashe r
may be altered via adjustment of the screwing level of the feet. In any case,
the applia nce should not be inclined more than 2 .
About Power Connection
for personal safety:
WARNING!
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD OR AN ADAPTER PLUG WITH THIS APPLIANCE.
DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR REMOVE THE EARTHING
CONNECTION FROM THE POWER CORD.
Plea se look at the rating label to know the rating voltage and connect the dishwasher to the appropriate power supply.
Use the required fuse 10 amp , time delay fuse or c ircuit breaker recommended and provide separate circuit serving
only this appliance.
Ensure the voltage and frequency of the power being correspond s to
those on the rating plate. Only in sert the plug into an electrica l socke t which is earthed
prop erly. If the electrical socket to which the appliance must be connected is not
appropriate for the plug , replace the socket, rather than using a a daptors or the like as
they could cause ove rheating an d burns.
This appliance must be earthed. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, earthing will reduce the risk of
electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for the electric current. This appliance is equipped with a
cord having an equipment-earthing conductor and an earthing plug. The plug must be plugged into an
appropriate outlet that is installed and earthed in accordance with all local standards and requirements.
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WARNING!
Improper connection of the equipment earthing conductor can result in the risk of an electric shock.
for personal safety:
Check with a qualified electrician or service representative if you are in doubt whether the
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD OR AN ADAPTER PLUG WITH THIS APPLIANCE.
appliance
properly
earthed.
DOisNOT,
UNDER
ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, CUT OR REMOVE THE EARTHING
Do not modify
the plug FROM
provided
with
the appliance.
CONNECTION
THE
POWER
CORD. If the plug does not fit properly to the outlet,
please have a qualified electrician to install a proper outlet.
Water Connection
Connect the cold water supply hose to a threaded 3/4(inch) connector and make sure
that it is fastened tightly in place.
If the water pipes are new or have not been used for an extended period of time , let the
water run to make sure that the water is clear. This precaution is needed to avoid the
risk of the water in let to be blocked and damage the a ppliance.
Th e water supply to the applianc e can also be connected to the house hold hot water
line (such as, central system, heating system),as long as it does not exceed a
temperature of 60 C. In this case, the wash cycle time will be shortene d by about 15
minute s and the wash efficiency slightly reduced .
Th e co nnection must be made to the hot water line following the same procedures as
described in the sec tion for the c onnection to the cold water line.
WARNING!
In or der to avoid that there is more water staying in the inlet hose, please close
the hydrant after using.(Not applicable to appliances without aqua-stop.)
Insert the drain hose into a drain pipe with a minimum diameter o f 4 cm, o r let it run into the sink, making sure to
avoid bendin g or crimping. Use the special plas tic support that comes with the appliance. The free end of the hose
must be at a height between 40 and 100 cm and must not be immersed in water.
Water Outlet
Connect the water drain hose. The drain hose mu st be correctly fitted to avoid water leaks.
Ensure that the water inlet hose is not kinked or squashed.
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Extension Hose
If you need a drain hose extension, make sure to use a similar drain hose.
It must be no longer than 4 metres; otherwise the cleaning effect of the dishwasher could be reduced.
Syphon Connection
The waste connection must be at a height of be tween 50 cm (minimum) and 100 cm (maximum)
from the bottom of the dish. T he water drain hose should be fixed by a hose clip.
Start of Dishwasher
The following things should be checked before starting the dishwasher.
1 The dishwasher is level and fixed properly
2
3
4
5
6
7
The inlet valve is open
There is a leakage at the connections of the conducts
The wires are tightly connected
The power is switched on
The inlet and drain hoses are knotted
All packing materials and printings should be taken out from the dishwasher
After installation, please make sure to keep this manual.
The content of this manual is very helpful to the users.
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Before Calling for Service
Technical
problems
Fuse blown, or the
circuit breaker acted
Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker. Remove any other
appliances sharing the same circuit with the dishwasher
Power supply is not
turned on
Make sure the dishwasher is turned on and the door is
closed securely.
Make sure the power cord is properly plugged into the
wall socket.
Error code:E1;
Water pressure is low
Check that the water supply is connected properly and
the water is turned on.
Door of dishwasher
not properly closed.
Make sure to close the door properly and latch it.
Kink in drain hose
Check drain hose.
Filter clogged
Check coarse the filter
(see section titled " Cleaning The Filter ")
Kitchen sink clogged
Check the kitchen sink to make sure it is draining well.
If the problem is the kitchen sink not draining ,you may
need a plumber rather than a serviceman for dishwashers.
Improper detergent
Use only the special dishwasher detergent to avoid
suds. If this occurs, open the dishwasher and let suds
evaporate. Add 1 gallon of cold water to the tub. Close
and latch the dishwasher, then Start the "soak" wash
cycle to drain out the water . Repeat if necessary.
Spilled rinse-aid
Always wipe up rinse-aid spills immediately.
Detergent with
colourant was used
Make sure that the detergent is the one without
colourant.
Hard water minerals
To clean the interior, use a damp sponge with
dishwasher detergent and wear rubber gloves.
Never use any other cleaner than dishwasher
detergent for the risk of foaming or suds.
General
problems
The affected items are
not corrosion resistant.
Always run the quick wash programme .
A programme was not
without any crockery in the dishwasher and
run after dishwasher
salt was added.
without selecting the Turbo function (if present),
after adding dishwasher salt.
Traces of salt have
gotten into the wash cycle.
Noise
The lid of the softer
is loose
Check the lip .Ensure the fix is fine.
A spray arm is
knocking against
an item in a basket
Interrupt the programme, and rearrange the items
which are obstructing the spray arm.
Items of crockery
are loose in the
wash cabinet
Interrupt the programme,
and rearrange the items of crockery.
This may be caused
by on-site installation
or the cross-section of
the piping.
This has no influence on the dishwasher function.
if in doubt, contact a suitably qualified plumber.
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Unsatis
-factory
washing
result
Unsatis
-factory
drying
result
The dishes were not
loaded correctly.
See notes in " Loading the Dishwasher Baskets ".
The programme was
not powerful enough.
Select a more intensive programme.
See" Wash Cycle Table ".
Not enough detergent
was dispensed.
Use more detergent, or change your detergent.
Items are blocking
the path of spray arms.
Rearrange the items so that the spray can rotate freely.
The filter combination
in the base of wash
cabinet is not clean or
is not correctly fitted.
This may cause
the spray arm jets
to get blocked.
Clean and/or fit the filter combination correctly.
Clean the spray arm jets. See "Cleaning the Spray
Arms".
Combination of soft
water and too much
detergent.
Use less detergent if you have soft water and select
a shortest cycle to wash the glassware and to get
them clean.
Aluminum utensils
have rubbed against
dishes.
Use a mild abrasive cleaner to eliminate those marks.
Dishes block
detergent cups.
Re-loading the dishes properly.
Improper loading
Load the dishwasher as suggested in the directions.
Too little rinse-aid
Increase the amount of rinse-aid/refill the rinse-aid
dispenser.
Dishes are removed
too soon
Do not empty your dishwasher immediately after
washing. Open the door slightly so that the steam can
escape. Begin unloading the dishwasher only once t
he dishes are barely warm to the touch. Empty the low
basket first. This prevents water form dropping off
dishes in the upper basket.
Wrong program
has been selected
In short program the washing temperature is lower.
This also lowers cleaning performance. Choose
a program with a long washing time.
Use of cutlery with
a low-quality coating
Water drainage is more difficult with these items.
Cutlery or dishes of this type are not suitable for
washing in the dishwasher.
Error Codes
When some malfunctions come on, the appliance will display error codes to warn you:
Longer inlet time.
Tap is not opened, or water intake is restricted,or water pressure
is too low.
Longer heating time,
but not reaching required temperature
Malfunction of temperature sensor or of heating element.
Overfilled.
Too much inlet water.
Failure of temperature sensor
Open circuit or break of temperature sensor
Failure of temperature sensor
Short circuit or break of temperature sensor
WARNING!
If overflow occurs, turn off the main water supply before calling a service.
If there is water in the base pan because of an overfill or small leak,
the water should be removed before restarting the dishwasher.
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Technical Information
Height :
Width :
Depth :
850mm
445mm
580mm
Water pressure:
Hot water connection :
Power supply:
Capacity:
0.04-1.0MPa
max 60 ℃
see rating label
9 place settings
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